“Get Real”


We live in a world where limitations are not only accepted, but also encouraged. As soon as we’re born, we are taught who we can be and who we can’t be. We are conditioned to believe that we are destined to go through life, not to create it.

That’s why people make the choice to live in grounded “realism,” and never even attempt to generate new circumstances in life.

“Get Real”

Have you ever heard someone say this to you? Even if the person telling you to “get real” means well, this statement is bad advice. It’s what you don’t think is possible that keeps you for the reality you actually want.

The truth is: “realism” holds you back. If a dream seems silly, out of reach, or undeserved, it can never manifest into your reality.

Then the real pain of reality sets in: you may end up believing that:

  • You aren’t good enough to have the life you want.
  • You aren’t worthy enough to create your reality—including how much you get paid, where you live, your career, anything you want in life.
  • You aren’t smart enough to create an abundant and happy life.
  • You don’t deserve your true ambitions.

As we mature into adults, the problem of limitations becomes more severe. We give up on our dreams. We settle for less than what we want. Because we’re taught to think that failure is a bad thing, we take the road of safety and security.

And taking the “safe” path keeps you from the true freedom you desire in your life. It’s not a wise decision to be realistic.

You were born a dreamer and that power was taken away. But you can be a dreamer once again! That is my goal with you.  You can bend reality… I can teach you how!

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  1. Get real! Yeah, sometimes we should get a little weird too. Good stuff.

  2. Hello
    I would like to say this is a great front page…the words are so real that they make what to work harder at my Dreams. Thanks… Also your video was real to I liked it very much.

  3. Dr. Jussi, your article sure was thought provoking! It made me think of all the many ways I “hold myself back from success”. For example, I used to tell myself, “I can’t compete because I am too old, too poor, lacking expertise, etc.

    I have made up my mind to stop my excuses and negative ‘self-talk’, right here, right now! No longer will I tell myself, “I am not good enough” (for one reason or another). No longer, am I going to worry, “What will my friends and family think about me if I am successful?”

    It is “NOW or never!” I have decided that I am going to redefine”getting real!” I will still work hard to accomplish my goals, when necessary; however, I will keep telling myself, “I truly deserve to accomplish my dreams!”

    Thanks again, Dr. Jussi, for writing such a great post!

    • Thanks Stephanie.
      Will love to here from you and most importantly how you are doing with what you learn!!

  4. Hi, its Steven here from QSC,

    Welcome to the challenge. Reality is painful if we focus on the negative side. Let’s always stay positive and be true to ourselves.

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