When we usually reach to a point where the road that we’re traveling turns out to be bumpy, winding and twisting, many great people would turn back, look for a detour or worst would stop in their tracks and would not move forward at all.
However, Adv. Mary Bosiu, a life coach, speaker, and author of the recently published book, “Success Fundamentals Vol. II: Nuggets & Pearls of Wisdom to Help You Pump the Greatness in You!” pushes and encourages us to create a road when there in none, or otherwise become a possibility thinker, in her latest article with SheSavvy.
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Mary advises that in order to build up success and greatness, a person needs to be a ‘possibility thinker’ and seek out other possibility thinkers who can inspire and motivate. As Mary stresses the significance of being bold as one pursues what is right for him/her, she additionally encouraged that our noble dreams should not be sacrificed at the altar of conformity.
Sharing her personal story on how her own boldness to pursue her dream despite being deterred by her father (out of his love and desire to protect her), would have not enabled her to reach and experienced the success that she is having now such as; having written three (3) personality development books, designed and facilitated her own personality development training modules, meeting amazing people and being able to gain their wisdom through her trainings and speaking engagements, and much much more.
According to Mary, “Be bold and strong enough to believe in what is right for you and politely reject what others tell you to do or believe, particularly, when what they say and believe puts a lid on your potential for success, significance and greatness.”
Learn how to create a path when there is none by being a possibility thinker HERE.
Great thoughts on all the possibilities that we can achieve by being a possibility thinker! Awesome article, Mary!
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