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 How To Move A Mountain 
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How To Move A Mountain
By Beth Hitesman

If you’re like most people, you’ve likely had a goal or a dream
that you’ve longed to turn into a reality. And, if you're like
most people, it's equally probable that a little voice inside
your head immediately dismissed these goals as crazy,
unrealistic, childish and even stupid.

Soon, you gave up your dreams because, after all, who are you
to believe you could do this?

Let’s examine this. Is it possible that those little voices are
wrong? Is it possible we have those dreams for a reason?

The answer is a resounding, YES! Most Likely, your dreams were
put there by God. Fortunately, God doesn’t waste His time by
giving you the desire to do something, without giving you the
potential to accomplish it.

It won’t be easy. As you reach for your goals, you will face
many trails, frustrations and setbacks before reaching victory.
True dreams and goals are always bigger then our natural ability
to handle it, but; we can handle it.

How? The same way you move a mountain: one shovel full at a
time. One small step at a time-- It's the true secret to
reaching our goals. So when that little voice starts telling
that you’re not good enough, that you don’t have what it takes
or that your dream is too big: refuse to listen, pick up your
shovel and start digging.

About the Author: Beth is a certified life coach and founder of
reallifestrategies.com She partners with brilliant women turning
dreams and callings into realities. For free coaching and tips
visit Beth @ www.reallifestrategies.com

Source: http://www.isnare.com

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