You can’t build a kingdom if you are unwilling to look at all of the places that you may have gone awry. Millionaires, much like anyone successful at their job, know that the key to progression is to always fix past mistakes. Accountability is a core idea that is instilled upon successful business men and women from the first moment they step into the office until they decide to clock out and retire to enjoy their profits. Accept when you are at fault, listen to suggestions from other people, and never fail to make it known that you are the go-to guy whether you sink or swim to the finish line. Once you’ve learned to accept repercussions, both good and bad, you’ll have more well-rounded ideas as to where you want to go and who you want to be when you finally arrive there.
Outside of the physically impossible, like learning to fly by jumping, limitations are just artificial barriers you put on yourself before you even come to them. Creating limitations is the art of building your own bird cage so that you aren’t afraid of the outside world. Millionaires know that they can’t put a ceiling above them because their plan is to crack through and get to the next level. Don’t accept any limitations and certainly don’t create any of your own. The world is doing everything it can to drag you down, don’t offer to help out. When you get down and feel like you may have peaked you need to understand that life is a series of ups and downs and all of the moments in between. Where you are now isn’t your final destination and who you are now isn’t your final form. Understand that you are steering the only ship in the known universe that is made out of you and then captain that thing to where ever you want to be when it is all said and done.