How to Unlock Your Inner Treasure

by Bamboo Forest

If you’re constantly oblivious to the truth, then what good is it?

If you don’t know what you’re capable of, then how would you pursue anything of greatness?

Successful people are constantly aware of their aptitude. They know they’re capable of great things and that’s why they pursue accomplishing great things with vengeance.

Some examples:

  • Those who’ve become proficient martial artists believed they had that capability before they put in the hard training.
  • Those who’ve become professional athletes believed they could make it to the highest level before investing years of their life into perfecting their craft.
  • Those who’ve overcome debilitating habits believed they could do it before they actually overcame them.

Whatever you want in life, whether it’s to be happy, to start your own online business, or anything else, the truth is you’ll never get there unless you first know that you can.

Within you is a giant treasure chest filled with sparkling gold, silver, and gems all representing the many incredible things you’re capable of.

But if you don’t know that treasure chest lies within, it will forever remain closed.

Don’t waste another second being ignorant of your true capacity.

In this moment acknowledge that you’re capable of accomplishing incredible things in all areas.

Now go after what you know you can do.

Bamboo Forest is an Email Life Coach, helping people work on something in their life over the course of a month through email. He’s also the founder of Tick Tock Timer.

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Scott McIntyre | Vivid Ways April 3, 2011 at 11:31 am

Hi Bamboo Forest,

Believing in our potential to achieve things is the first step to actually realizing it. This might mean forgetting previous failures – or at least – learning from them.

Otherwise, what’s the point in even trying in the first place if we don’t believe our efforts might just work out?


Bamboo Forest April 4, 2011 at 2:30 pm

Good point.

You’re right… there really isn’t any point in going forward if we don’t believe our efforts might work out.


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