Have you watched a movie called “Limitless” starring Bradley Cooper? I did last year and as a behavioural Change Expert I asked myself “IS IT POSSIBLE TO LIVE A LIMITLESS LIFE?” In the film, Bradley Coopers character, Eddie is facing unemployment, looses his girlfriend and his life is in the toilet. He has poor self-esteem, is lacking in confidence, and just doesn’t have the self-belief needed to get his life in order. Then a friend offers him something that changes his life forever. A pill that enhances mental acuity. A drug that improves the ability to think, to concentrate, to focus, and to better understand the world around him. Instantaneously, Eddie acquires unimaginable and enhanced mental abilities that give him more clarity of mind. He develops superior memory and recall and seems to have an unlimited supply of energy to expend any-which-way he chooses. And what’s more, he now has this supreme confidence and the self-assurance that he needed to be successful. All of a sudden his beliefs have suddenly flipped in reverse and anything he sets his mind to, he believes he can achieve. This mental, psychological and physical state gives him the experience of being LIMITLESS. And that’s, of course, the title of the movie. OK so this is a movie However the important question here is, whether or not being limitless is actually possible? Well, it just might be! First of all, there is “NO MAGIC PILL” or “SECRET”. Instead it requires that you work on mastering five key areas of your life. These areas include:
– Mastery over your mindset.
– Mastery over your actions.
– Mastery over your growth and development.
– Mastery over the influence you have over others.
– Mastery over your physical body.