There’s No Limits

Anyone remember the repetitive, yet slightly addictive, song “No Limits” from the 90s? If not, please allow me to introduce you (you probably won’t be thanking me)…
No Limits on You Tube.
With it’s repetitive use of the word ‘no’, was the song trying to contradict it’s own message of potential freedom of spirit and will? Was it trying to brainwash our susceptible minds with that short but powerful negative word (72 nos apparently), to undermine the idea that we are possible of achieving anything we set our minds to????
Nope! It really was just catchy euro pop nonsense! But back to the words – the idea of there being no limits to life is something I became familiar with years ago when I started reading books on self improvement. The term ‘Self Improvement’ does always sounds like something you should to at a French finishing school, but ‘Self-Help’ as a description tends to have an even bigger stigma… ‘Personal Development’ maybe? Or does that sound like a class at school to tell you about how your body is maturing? ANYWAY, forgetting the labelling, one of the key notions of any good book or lecture on being the best you and being successful is that you have to believe that you have no limits.
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