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Be sincere; be brief; be seated.
-- Franklin D. Roosevelt


Wednesday, September 7, 2005

Leave doubt behind

Doubt is nothing but a thought you choose to have. Just as easily as you choose to have doubt, you can choose to let it go.

Doubt has no power other than the power you give it. Yet the power you give it can be enormous.

When you focus on doubt, your problems and limitations become greatly multiplied. When you give yourself to doubt, your resources and abilities lose much of their value.

So why would you want to hold yourself back in this way? There’s really not even a single good reason.

As soon as you sense that doubt is pulling you down, make the decision to leave it behind. Remember that each doubt is your own creation, and once you stop sustaining it, it will no longer be.

Choose to walk away from doubt. And you’ll set yourself free to achieve great things.

— Ralph Marston

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