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Feeling Bored or Restless? That’s Actually a Good Sign!

By Guest blogger Dr. Jill Ammon-Wexler

The brilliant Benjamin Franklin once said, “When you’re finished changing, you’re finished.”

Interestingly, change often begins with a feeling of being bored, restless, or dissatisfied with the direction or circumstances of your life.

SO — if YOU are feeling bored, restless, or dissatisfied – this may actually be a very positive thing. It may be a signal you’re at a major turning point in your life.

Why? Because your “box” has become too small.

You know what a box looks like. It has four sides, a bottom and a top, and is made to contain something within its limits.

Each of us creates our own box, or set of limits, for our life. These limits are based on beliefs about our past experiences – and the internal “rules” we create to avoid future pain and failure. This box then becomes our reality – a comfort zone that lulls us to sleep.

The problem? Your box then sets the boundaries of what is possible for you. So… if you feel sick and tired of feeling boxed in, that’s actually a great sign. It’s time to bust out. You may, in fact, be ripe for a quantum leap!

Here’s the BIG SECRET you need to know about busting out and creating new levels of success in your life: Achieving a goal is NOT what makes you a success. Success is created by *becoming the person* to whom your goal belongs.

Think about that for a moment.

Rather than struggling to achieve a goal, what if you instead committed to focus your daily life on *becoming* the person that goal belongs to, and let the goal achievement come to YOU.

If you are ready for to break out of the box, I’ve got an amazing solution for you. Go take a look at what these very real people accomplished in only 6 short weeks: Click here to see these amazing solutions!

I suggest you jump on this. The number of participants is limited, and the doors WILL be shut when the program is full.

Quantum-Self - Smash Your Limits

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