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Activity #3                         Before you can recognize your true contributions to yourself, your loved              ...
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The Art of Possibility - Activity 3

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As I read through this chapter (I read it 3 times), I came away with four top messages:
• The drive to be successful often makes us the most fearful.
• An attitude of scarcity blocks us from adopting a viewpoint of abundance.
• Telling our story vs. the story we elect to tell can cause us to hear a busy signal of obstacles instead of hearing opportunities.
• The model of measurement, where we equate success with identity and possessions, is the path to mental defeat – not the open road to possibilities.

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The Art of Possibility - Activity 3

  1. 1. Activity #3 Before you can recognize your true contributions to yourself, your loved ones, and the world – you have to dismantle the story you are telling yourself about your failures and success. Let’s go! I feel most successful about: If I had unlimited time, I would spend more time exploring:KaneshaBaynard.com page 1
  2. 2. If I didn’t have to worry about educational degrees or specific trainings, I would try to: The scariest thing about failure for me is: Go back: Put a RED “x” through the items that are not true or that are not based on your TRUE reality.KaneshaBaynard.com page 2
  3. 3. Based on what you wrote on the previous pages, fill in the Venn diagram below: Gifts you Gifts you provide to Success provide to yourself others Summary: list all the abundance (based on this worksheet) that is currently present in your life.KaneshaBaynard.com page 3

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