Are you a ‘can do’ or a ‘can’t do’ type of person? Do you believe you can achieve everything that life places in front of you, and go after it with a vengeance?
Habstritt, a world-renowned Canadian entrepreneur, gives us cause to say yes! He shares some powerful information that reinforces the fact that we can all be “can do” people, if we choose. I watched his 5 Engaged Entrepreneur videos, and I knew I had found recipes that aid in overcoming struggle and being a successful business person. I was reminded of life and leadership strategies I had all but forgotten, and even learned new ones.
Maybe it’s the stroke that opened me up to his message. Maybe I was drawn to him because of his success, or the fact that he is a commanding presenter. Regardless, I am compelled, without thought of recompense, to share these powerful resources including: an overview of the engaged entrepreneur’s blueprint, right mindset, managing your time and your team, and attracting the money you want.
For any of these training tools to work, we must believe, with confidence, that we can be successful, and work hard to apply what we are being given. To get the information, yet not to apply it or integrate it in our life, is to accept that we will not achieve the success that is ours to have.
A “can do” attitude saved my life. After being in the hospital for 5 months, following the stroke, I was told it was time to go home. “My can’t do mind” feared that I had to leave my protected environment and re-enter a world where I believed I would be seen as a cripple. I heard no encouragement, no hope from the doctors and therapist, that I would regain the ability to walk with some degree of strength or ever work again. I made up that I would be reduced to nothing, by the sorrowful, pitiful, eyes of the outside world. In my mind’s eye, I had lost my power to be independent, to move at will, to achieve my dreams. I went home and cried for a week.
Then, God must have knocked some sense into my head, because I got that I can do. I declared then that I will heal again and I will work again. At that moment, I believed that I could do anything I set my mind to. I knew I could achieve any dream that God has placed in my heart.
I have since undergone significant healing. Furthermore, despite my doctor’s assessment of my permanent disability and inability to work, I am back to work with a renewed and wonderful vengeance. Will I always get things right? Absolutely not! Will I keep going as long as I have breath? Absolutely! Even with the inevitable hiccups, I know I can do.
Can do people believe they can achieve what they want, work hard to get it, and grab hold of helpful resources, which are there to help us go where they want to go. How are you showing the universe you can do?