posted on Nov, 22 2013 @ 05:32 PM
Yeah....that is nice in concept. Reality is, people have limits. I was a blue chip prospect in high school, receiving birthday/christmas cards from
all the big schools of the day (UT, OU, Okla St., Texas Tech, etc). I was a very finely tuned athlete that could compete at a high level. But no
matter how hard I worked, how many hours I dragged that 100lb sled around the field, how many hours I ran up and down bleachers and did agility
training, I could never in my life run a 40 yd dash in under 5 seconds. 5.06 was my best ever, with some wind at my back.
I have worked with people that would have no possible way of understanding the work I try to show them. They just do not have the aptitude to do what
I do, or work in my department. Conversely, put me in a sales position and you will see me flounder. It just isn't my aptitude.
There is no such thing as "limitless". The closer you get to your limits, the smaller the gains become.