Why can’t you be the best?

At work.

In relationships.

On the field.

Why can’t you be the best?

What limiting beliefs hold you back?

Are you afraid of the work it takes to become the best? If so, what joy do you derive from mediocrity?

You honestly might not be able to be the best. Chances are you can’t beat Michael Phelps in the pool.

But there is nothing wrong with believing you can be the best.

This belief establishes good habits. It orients your focus. It drives you forward. It creates results.

It gets you out of bed.

You can be the best, nothing is holding you back.