So many people are so incredibly talented, but they’re not living at their full potential. The one thing that seems to be holding them back is their lack of faith – faith that they can do it and that everything that is around can be just the way that they want it to be. On today’s show, Brendan Meyers shows us how we can break through our glass ceilings and start taking control of our life. If you need that extra push to get past the barriers, you wouldn’t want to miss this episode.
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I have something deep in my heart. I feel like it’s going to hit home for a lot of people. I have a personal videographer that they came in to work with myself and the CreateU media team and everything that we’re doing. The one thing that I noticed immediately is how smart and incredibly talented he is. This is not to push towards him, poke at him or anyone for that matter. The one thing that I realized is he doesn’t believe in himself to the standard that he wants to believe himself to. I see this everywhere. I see this in society, commercials and magazines. I see it the way people post on social media. I see it with my friends. I see it in “colleagues,” I see it everywhere. Many people are incredibly talented. The one thing holding them back is faith. Faith that they can do it. Faith that it is possible. The capabilities and possibilities, everything that is around can be the way that they want it to be.
I don’t look at people as being dumber or less smart or any of that stuff. I can’t even say it. My vernacular doesn’t even allow me to grammatically say it correctly. I don’t even know if that’s being said correctly but the fact is, what I believe holds people back is this very thin line, this little barrier and the majority of us never see past the barrier. We have these ceilings and walls. It’s like we’re sitting in a podcast room there are walls all around us and we can’t get out, but yet the door’s right there and it’s open. In our lives, it seems to be like the same thing over and over again with new situations. It’s like, “The door is right there.” Let’s say it’s a double door, we tend to grab the wrong handle and then give up rather than trying the other handle. Most likely, the other handle is open so we can get out the door, we can live, get past that barrier and achieve things that we’ve always wanted to achieve.
Push the boundaries, trust ourselves and experience the creativity that we’ve felt that has been lacking for so long. We felt like we’ve been wanting to get out of us. It’s like a punching bag. How hard can you punch that punching bag for five minutes? It’s a lot harder than you believe. You’re going to punch it and you’re going to stop at two minutes and 30 seconds. What’s the difference between someone that is at the same level as you doing it for five minutes rather than two and a half? It’s belief and faith. At the end of the day, how willing are you to take that next step? Are you giving up and discounting yourself in all other areas of your life? I want you to start with one thing and that is posture. I want your posture to represent how you want to feel every single moment that you’re living. Bring and embody the faith and belief that you’ve already done all the things that you’ve ever wanted to do. A perfect example is Conor McGregor with the way he walks, big chest and chin high.
It doesn’t even matter how he feels at that moment. It’s almost like his body completely empowers his mind and generally, the mind is supposed to empower the body. Chin back, shoulders, straight spine, walk with purpose, walk like you know where you’re going, even when you don’t even know where you’re going. That right there is beauty. That right there is where you, all of your goals and all the things that you want in your life come true. You don’t believe me? Try it out for yourself. Your word and your posture is your world. Everything that we have that we embody in our world. How are you looking at yourself in the mirror in the morning? What are you doing when you’re driving in the car and you’re playing music? What music are you listening to? Who do you talk to daily? Who’s surrounding you? There’s quarantine, you can’t have people around you but who are you Zoom calling? Who are you FaceTiming? What projects are you working on?At the end of the day, how willing are you to take that next step? Click To Tweet
Do you feel sorry for yourself more times than not, the majority? It’s okay to feel sorry for yourself sometimes. What’s not okay is dwelling on it. Is it the majority? I guarantee you the way you’re doing that thing, the majority with the dwelling, the way you’re doing everything else and you’re wondering why. It’s like a hamster wheel. You’re going in circles and circles, you’re still in the box. You’re still in the podcast room. You look at yourself in the mirror in the morning, you don’t want to get up in the morning. You don’t want to go to sleep. You wonder why because you’re waiting for something to happen when all you need to do is try the other doorknob at the front of that room. It’s your choice. Who is going to define your purpose? Who is going to define your passion? Who is going to define everything you’ve ever wanted to embody? Thanks for reading this QuickTime Friday episode. Check out my bodyweight workouts every single day on my YouTube and my Instagram. I’ll see you next time.
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