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small words BIG thought!!!
Whenever anything happens to you, your brain asks two questions:
Will this mean pain or pleasure? What must I do now to avoid pain and/or gain pleasure? The answers are based on generalizations - the beliefs you've formed about what leads to pain and pleasure.
While such shortcuts allow us to function, they can also severely limit our lives. Some people, for example, have generalized that they're incompetent because they've occasionally failed to follow up, and unfortunately, generalizations can become self fulfilling prophecies.
Think of a limiting characterization you may have made about yourself or someone else. Do you really have sound reasons for it? What exceptions are there? Is it possible that your generalization is too general?
"The trouble for most people is they don't decide to get wealthy, they just dream about it. "
- Michael Masterson