Difficult Is Not Impossible


If you are experiencing a difficulty with one of your commitments and don't know how to go about it, it's often tempting to assume that your situation is not difficult at all. Difficult, however, should never be defined by the scope of what you do or the way you have chosen to accomplish it. Your commitment is really very difficult if you are unwilling to understand your commitment and how it can change your life in significant ways.


One of the most important activities that you can undertake with your life is the learning and development of yourself. Becoming aware of the necessary work that is required to develop your capabilities and understand the potentialities of the opportunities that are being created for you is one of the first steps in becoming difficult. You are not impossible; rather, you are necessary, and your reality is constructed by the work that you do and the actions that you take to bring those things into being.

The next step in becoming difficult is to recognize when you are doing something to prepare yourself for your commitment. Each time you make a decision about your future, or respond to a question that invites you to move forward with your ability and skills, you are making a choice to move towards a commitment. Your choices are not always easy, but they provide you with a variety of possibilities in which to use your abilities and bring your project or activity into being.

It is also important to ask yourself some easy questions. Most often, you will find that these easy questions will become the answers that you seek. The truth is that often the answers to these questions can be found by being aware of the decisions that you have made. Many times the answers to these questions become clear as you can see yourself moving toward your commitment.

Most often, the answers to these questions will reveal how much you want to move forward in your commitment. Often, you will find that you have some desires that may be disrupting the ability to move forward. When you work to become difficult, you will find that the need to move forward in your commitments is an essential part of your growth and development.

Most often, the answers to these questions will reveal how much you want to move forward in your commitment. Often, you will find that you have some desires that may be disrupting the ability to move forward. When you work to become difficult, you will find that the need to move forward in your commitments is an essential part of your growth and development.


We often talk about our differences as the definition of our being difficult. In fact, we rarely talk about our similarities. We do not think about how similar we are to the different people who walk through our doors, our meetings, our family, our neighbors, and our colleagues.

Sometimes, we may find ourselves wanting to do something that might help people who are unique opportunities that you may be able to enjoy. Being difficult is much more than recognizing the challenge that you face, or how difficult your commitment is. It is more than just feeling limited and stuck, it is about understanding and taking advantage of the opportunities that you create.


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