It’s stunning to me how often I hear these words “I can’t go any further” especially here on the Internet. But what really catches my attention are the situations when people use those words. I mean, sometimes I read some e-mails or something online where someone writes “… I don’t know how to do this and I can’t go any further…”, do you know what that really means? Is it something usually too simple too BIG that is holding you back?
Nothing is a problem as long as there’s a way through the other side.
When it comes to the Internet I see that many times there’s only one answer to most of those things people call a problem and that do not allow them to go further. Do you know what the answer is? ……… It’s Google! Yes, the answer to many of your questions and things holding you back here are just in front of you. Before you say “I don’t know how to do something” or “I can’t do something and can’t any further” go to Google and type in “How to do …”, whatever you do a research about you will usually find relevant answers to your questions.
It all comes down to “your” point of view, if you affirm to yourself that something is too big and too difficult to the point of stopping you, you’re right. So when you have a situation where something difficult comes your way, stop for a moment and ask yourself “Is there a way to through this and get to the other side?” if yes, that’s not a problem but an opportunity for you to grow your personal self.
I’ve been here online for a short period of time and I had to learn several different things that I didn’t have any knowledge about and one of my good friends here was Google. For instance, a few months ago I didn’t even know what WordPress was and let alone how to install it, so what I did, instead of saying “I don’t know how to work with that and I can’t go any further” I went to Google and did a little research and in just a few minutes I found out how I could do it. And soon it was me who recorded my own video showing how to do it, as you can see here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0tg-kS8MwQ .
But, there will be real situations that you may call a “problem” when you will really need help from someone you trust. I can say, that since I’ve been here online that situation occurred to me when I had my identity stolen by someone with evil in their intentions and I had to call my mentor and get all the help I could from the people around me. It was tough, you can’t image waking up one day and find out that all your passwords with services you use were changed, your website is down and now you need to run to prove that you’re yourself and get hold of your identity again. I can admit that stopped some of my activities for a while until I could put things back in order again, but that didn’t stop me from pressing forward.
I’m just 23 years old but I’ve been through many difficult situations in my life, including the loss of loved ones, financial difficulties, family and so on, that today I think twice before saying that I have a problem or that something is preventing me from going further.
To help you change your vision on things that life throws your way and see them as an opportunity instead of a problem I recommend that you visit “Tools to Life” at http://www.toolstolife.com, it’s a self-help and self-development program that can help you make big improvements in your life and show that you have NO limits, make your life what you want it to be and see difficult situations as an opportunity to grow. I forgot to mention, it’s Free!
So I hope this article gives you some insight on how to solve these little issues that you’ll find here online, that you have Google to help you deal with all those little technical stuff and that you also have your friends here to help you go through the “real” difficult situations.
I wish you success in all you do and also want to say that I am here to help go through any adversities you may find as I can.
P.S.: A warm “Thank You” to my friends and mentors Janet Legere and Don Legere, the folks at GVO (Global Virtual Opportunities) and all the friends who helped me go through this ordeal I faced here when I had my identity stolen two weeks ago.
Every adversity bares the seed of equal or greater opportunity. – Napoleon Hill