The Greatest Risk is to Not Live up to your Potential

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Posted June 13, 2014 by LA Scene in Culture
The Greatest Risk is to Not Live up to your Potential

Happy Friday, Folks!

We all have that burning desire to essentially create our own destiny. Each and every one of us has a set of pure and unique skills unmatched from anyone else. We are all masters of something so Great and Beyond comprehension that it can scare us. That unspeakable Power that generates so much momentum, and It asks to look within and uniquely find your path to attain this treasure (that is: Joy and Peace) which is and has always been yours. A simple game of hide and seek.

It hides, you seek and as you seek, you unfortunately may hurt people’s feelings by conflicting with their schedules, ideals, habits and beliefs. If that stops you, then your limiting yourself from your birthright and you directly allow them to rule over you. As Tony Robbins stated – “It’s not money that will make you happy, rather it’s what you become that will make you happy.” Be great and do great. Live to your potential and be motivated to help others to achieve their dreams. To help cultivate their skills to reach their potential. One of the greatest mottos known to man that essentially carries the blue print to Peace and Freedom is ‘Live and Let Live’.

Create your path, master your gift. That is your path of glory.

– The Los Angeles Scene team


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