For whatever reason, my consciousness told me to watch the last half hour of “Antwone Fisher” with Denzel Washington.
If you haven’t seen it, it is worth the download.
No spoilers here, other than to say their is a very complicated relationship between mother and son.
And to say the mother in the movie never found the capacity to love her son.
All of this merged with a post on the Facebook wall of Jeff Brown I happened to stumble upon. There’s a quote from one of his books…
Because some people cannot love- they just can’t. Some people cannot stop taking their misery out on others, and locking you in with their unresolved pain. The greatest act of self- love is to let them slip back into their darkness, and to walk towards your own light.
I’m not ready to say that mother couldn’t love. I’m not ready to say anyone “can’t” do something.
I AM ready to say it isn’t worth the patience of the effort to get anyone to do anything.
Not without sacrificing our own purpose. But when we live our own, it’s the best chance of inspiring others to love in ways we – and they – never knew.
And I’m certain that’s what Jeff means as well.
And if you want to take that same thought process and emotional freedom to your business, feel free.
You are totally, 100 percent not responsible for anyone else’s success or failure.
I don’t care if you’re their sponsor, their upline, their downline, they’re sideline or their fairy godmother.
Everyone who has the capacity to join a home business, whether network marketing, affiliate marketing, their own product or service, their own lemonade stand, anything…
They have the capacity to succeed.
They have access to all the how to’s in the world.
And they have access to the emotions that make the whole thing go.
Disgust with a current life situation.
Vision of something better.
Sense of humor.
It’s all there.
And it can get built in stages.
Just like you’re doing.
There simply is no can’t.
There’s just you. Your choices. Your outcomes. Your life.
Let go of regret and blame.
Right here. Right now.
What is it you told yourself you “can’t” do?
What have you waited on others to do before being willing to make a change in your life?
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