“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.” - Neale Donald Walsch

What’s keeping you in the box?  What goals would you like to achieve?

Some situations that may seem impossible to figure out, but all it just takes is a little creativity and imagination.

As children, we believe anything is possible.  As we age, we start creating boundaries and limits.  In other words, we begin to create invisible walls of impossibilities that lock up our dreams, aspirations, and goals.

What’s holding your dreams back?

Don’t let anything or anyone put you in a box.  Whenever you feel you are being limited or held back from accomplishing your goals, just assess your situation and step outside the box.

The box can be anything from a person to a thing that keeps us from growing.  Boxes are meant to contain things.  In reality, nothing is actually holding us back but ourselves.

You may be in the box right now, but how do you get out the box?

3 Ways to Step Outside of the Box

1.    Understand Your Gift.  What’s your gift?  Without knowing your gift, it makes it hard to be the best person you can be.  You will still be able to live and possibly prosper, but you may never reach your maximal potential unless you understand your gift.

2.    Act on Your Gift.  Are you making any efforts to get out of your box?  Once you have discovered your gift, then you must put some action behind your gift.  Don’t be afraid to live out the gift you have been blessed with and move forward with that gift by stepping outside of the box. 

3.    Grow Your Gift.  Once you have understood your gift and acted on your gift, then you should grow your gift.  It’s hard to grow your gift inside the box, so you will need to be outside the box to grow and expand our mind.

Don’t let any of your dreams, goals, aspirations, or future accomplishments suffer from due getting stuck in the box.  Find a way to step outside of the box and capitalize on your gift.  Break free of whatever is holding you back and live in the freedom in which you were created.

Please share your thoughts on stepping outside the box by leaving a comment below, send me a tweet on Twitter, or leave a comment on Facebook.  When was the last time you stepped outside the box?