“Why fit in when you were born to stand out?” — Dr. Seuss
Dr. Seuss wasn’t afraid to be himself.
He wasn’t afraid to let his imagination roam wild and free…
His was a mind of endless possibilities and he brought joy and inspiration to generations of children — and adults — because of it.
But most of us don’t live like Dr. Seuss did.
Most of us live in a world of limits.
We’re constantly thinking about what we can’t do — not what we can do.
We place so many limits on who we are and what we’re capable of.
We place so many limits on what business is, what it can be and what it should be.
When the truth is we live in a world of endless possibilities.
And our personal potential? It’s limitless.
So why restrict your imagination to what’s possible?
Why pretend that your business has to be “a suit and tie” affair or that you need to follow certain “rules?” Why run your business like everyone else?
Why pretend to do all of that when your business can be 100% unique, 100% transformational…
Why not let your business rise up from your inspiration and imagination and create from ALL of who you are?
Why create products, programs and experiences that just immerse your people — your tribe — in information, knowledge and thinking, when you can create products, programs and experiences that immerse your people in feeling, being and experiencing?
Because here’s the thing…
Nobody cares about information anymore. Nobody cares about stuff anymore.
People care about what they’re here to do and experience and witness on this earth.
And there’s no way all the breathtaking beauty and diversity on this planet was created to put us in a place of limitation.
So why not go deep and start to imagine new possibilities for yourself?
When you do, you’ll start to imagine new possibilities for the world and that’s exactly what the world needs right now.
That’s exactly what your tribe needs right now.
New ways of being.
New ways of living.
When you do all of that for your tribe, you put them in a place of pushing past limited, constricted thinking and moving into a place of possibility and imagination.
They’ll start to play with what they can do, what they can create and the impact they can have on the world.
I want to live like Dr. Seuss did. I want to live in a world of endless possibilities and be who I am.
I’m tired of pretending like I’m serious, pretending like I’m boring, pretending like I need to be a certain way so I can fit in.
I’m kind of a wild and crazy human being… and I like that.
I’ve got a BIG imagination. I can still dream of what’s possible.
I’m 40-years-old and that childlike sense of wonder and imagination I had as kid has never gone away.
And if I can spark that in you — even just for a few minutes — who knows what it might ignite?
Perhaps a lifetime of creativity, imagination and wonder.
So, let me ask you…
What’s possible for you?
Share your wild, crazy, childlike, wondrous ideas, insights and imaginings in the comments below.
Remember: what’s possible isn’t limited to what IS, it’s only limited to what you can imagine…
In other words, there are no limits.
So, go out there, set your imagination free…
And Live Your Message.
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as len Philips said..you ‘ve brightened my day ..thanks a lot Marisa ♥
Thank you Marisa for posting this. Just like you, I’m 40 years old and after practicing psychotherapy for 15 years, I’ve developed an amazing model of therapy for helping people heal from childhood attachment wounds and traumas. Right now, my imaginative vision is to be able to offer these interventions to larger publics and groups (online and offline) rather then 1:1. My limited beliefs: I don’t have enough free time to put together such a program; will it really work for groups?; will the efforts pay off both for myself and the people in need of healing?