A limitless life style is about being free to dream and pursue what you want or need in
your life without having restrictions or limitations.  Being limitless is pursuing some or
all of your dreams by taking action every day to improve the quality of your life.  It is
the constant process of challenging yourself, setting and reaching personal goals.  

Everyone has thought about or established some personal goals, needs and wants.  
The limitless life style promotes the process taken to reach these goals.  Reaching
your goals and determining what you want is rewarding.  The actions taken are
designed to improve the quality of your life.  The end result of this process is to help
everyone reach a happy and healthy state of mind.

We always say, small steps will get us closer to a big goal. Truth is an important step
to communication.   Honesty is important in communication to create trust. Trust is
important in maintaining communication.  Fearless trust and communication can
create a bond (friendship, relationship, family, sports team, etc). A bond can create a
sense of loyalty.

Fear is caused by the lack of control for the outcome of a given situation. If you know
the outcome it still does not give you control over the outcome which can create a
fear of  action. The more rules accepted the more uncertainty there is around you
doing "something you want to do" or "something you want to say" or "something you
feel is natural. It does not become a fear of trying to change your situation it becomes
a fear of being yourself.

If you learn not to set restrictions regarding what you want to accomplish, there is
nothing to stop you from reaching your full potential.  The information provided will
establish tips and guidance on how you can achieve the
limitless life style mindset.  

Let us help you learn how to become limitless and find your daily dose of happiness.   
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Limitless Personality Traits:

Motivated - Set and pursue goals for yourself/others.              
Inspired - To improve yourself and friends and the world.
Positive - Support the best of everything                        
Fearless - Taking and facing things that you fear
Imaginative - Listening and thinking of new concepts
Creative - Finding unusual or different ways to doing things    
Relentless - Even if you fail, still going after an idea         
Truthful - At any cost being honest with friends/family

limitless - seemingly boundless in amount, number, degree, or especially extent; "unbounded enthusiasm"; "children
with boundless energy"; "a limitless supply of money" , boundless, unbounded infinite - having no limits or boundaries
in time or space or extent or magnitude; "the infinite ingenuity of man"; "infinite

The Movember Foundation:
Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Canadian men.  Know the facts and take action

Men are facing a health crisis that isn’t being talked about. They are dying too young, before their time. We’re
taking action and we need your help.

It is estimated that in 2017:

• 21,300 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. This represents 21% of all new cancer cases in men in 2017.
• 4,100 men will die from prostate cancer. This represents 10% of all cancer deaths in men in 2017.
• On average, 58 Canadian men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer every day.
• On average, 11 Canadian men will die from prostate cancer every day.

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FRIENDSHIPS:  (Are your friends good for you???)

Remember good friends inspire you enhance your life.   I think friendship
should be easy. It should not be hard to be yourself and have someone
enjoy your company.  A friend is open to new ideas and provides some
of their own.   They are someone who supports you because they have
to, but because they want to. A friend enjoys the things you do with them
instead of for them.  They are someone who listens instead of waiting to
talk.  A friend is someone who understands you to a level where words
need not be exchanged.


Limitless people seek others who have a positive energy in which they
can exchange. The two people feed off of each other (use each other)
taking and giving positive energy when needed. As long as the energy is
exchanged (give and take) the two people may use each other continuously,
while never depleting each others source of positive energy. By continuously
exchanging positive energy neither person needs to be concerned with taking
advantage of the other for selfish purposes.

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Here are a few great quotes from Dale Carnegie;

Are you bored with life? Then throw yourself into some work you believe in with all your heart, live for it, die for it, and you
will find happiness that you had thought could never be yours.
Dale Carnegie

Develop success from failures. Discouragement and failure are two of the surest stepping stones to success.
Dale Carnegie

Do the hard jobs first. The easy jobs will take care of themselves.
Dale Carnegie

Do the thing you fear to do and keep on doing it... that is the quickest and surest way ever yet discovered to conquer fear.
Dale Carnegie

Feeling sorry for yourself, and your present condition, is not only a waste of energy but the worst habit you could possibly
Qualities of Effective People

Ever wondered what it takes to be a really effective person? I know you want to
improve yourself and become the person you know.  Think of someone you know who is successful in one way or another
and focus on what it is about them that makes them effective as people.

The first quality of effective people is that they have a high level of self esteem.   (Go to;, a
site that contains more information about self esteem.   

Basically, self esteem is how much value you place on yourself and this includes your self image, your personality, job and
many other factors.  Effective people believe that they have something positive to offer others because of who they are and
what they do. A high level of self esteem brings with it high self confidence and as the saying goes if you believe you CAN do
something then you CAN. The opposite is also very true.

Self esteem is at the heart of every success because without it you will be likely to
give up on your efforts and listen to the negative comments of others as well as feel
negative about your own ability to achieve whatever you want to achieve.

Having a high level of self esteem also helps to increase motivation and when any
challenge becomes difficult or when you face an obstacle you really then need self
motivation. This is also where depression also surfaces because if you have low self
esteem and low motivation depression can be very close
Very good article that confirms the power you have if you stay positive.

Men Have a Harder Time With Aging Than We Thought.

Frail, powerless, alone. Mention any of these words to an average guy — particularly a man in a certain age range — and you might see him shudder. It’s fair
to assume that few people — male or female — look forward to getting older, but men in particular are finding it difficult to deal with. In fact, it’s the very ideals
of masculinity that make aging difficult for many men.

“Manly” stereotypes can lead to lonely and difficult years for men as they age.  According to an article in the Wall Street Journal, these masculine ideals are
creating distinct challenges for men as life expectancy increases and gender roles continue to evolve in society. Trying to hold on too dearly to “manly”
stereotypes can lead to painful, lonely, and difficult years for men as they age. In response, many in the research, medical, and psychology fields are seeking
new ways to help men grow old healthfully and change their ideas of what it means to be a man in their twilight years.

Research on men and aging looks at the concept of “masculine norms,” of which there are 11 typically cited. As the WSJ article highlights, these are some of
the key aspects of masculinity that men tend to want to hold on to as they age — notably, physical strength, self-reliance, taking risks, and emotional control.
And while the WSJ article explored these concepts among experts and subjects in their later years, these fears and anxieties about aging can pop up long
before retirement is even on the horizon.

“Ultimately, it comes down to a feeling of a loss of control,” Laura Hsu, an assistant professor at Merrimack College whose research explores the psychological
process of aging and how it can affect physical and mental health. “The norms of masculinity have an undercurrent of being in control and having some
element of power, including a feeling of power and control over their own decisions, physical fitness, and ability to generate an income. When one’s body or
social position can no longer reinforce those feelings, increasing feelings of helplessness can ultimately take a toll on one’s mental and physical health.”

Yahoo explored this topic with a few middle-aged men to see how deeply these concerns resonated. “It’s the ongoing ‘breakdown’ of my body that I notice and
dread,” explains Robert Haynes-Paterson, a 51-year-old writer based in New York City. “I’m healthy so far: no prescription meds, no heart trouble, etc. But I
notice how much things have changed in the past couple of years — hair thinning, strength diminishing, muscles randomly pulling for no major reason.”    
“The physical stuff — that’s what worries me a great deal,” chimes in Greg Simms Jr., a writer based in Ohio. “For years — from age 38 and back — I thought I
was invincible. Now, at the age of 43, I realize, starkly, that I’m mortal.”   For Bart Irace, 45, a project manager who lives in Brooklyn, the importance of work in
a man’s life is top of mind. “A change to active working life concerns me the most at the moment,” says Irace. “With the exception of senior executives, age is
not typically seen as an asset, and aging workers are eased, or in some cases forced, out of their positions. I hope that I’m about 10 years away from
advanced age making me a target for job loss, but in the meantime I’m trying to prepare for the possibility by thinking of occupations and/or skills that are
more immune to this pattern.”
Haynes-Paterson shares this concern. As a father of a special needs child, now 13 years old, he’s been a freelancer for the last decade: “I’m watching full-
time job opportunities dry up fast and wondering what I could possibly be doing in five or 10 years that will produce income, insurance, retirement.”

When queried on what they’re doing to combat their aging woes, most of the men we spoke to confessed that it takes a great deal of focus and thinking about
consequences. Says Simms, “Since I can’t drink my misery away, I’m being more healthy all around. I’m eating clean meals, trying my best to stay away from
fast food. I’m also working out at a gym, and walking outside when I can. My aim isn’t to look sexy for the summer … I’m working out so I don’t drop dead.”

Alan Rosenblatt, a 46-year-old investment compliance office in Los Angeles, says he’s more aware than ever that his ability to recover from injury and exertion
will never be what it was a decade or two ago. “I’ve always done sports and other activities in my adult life, and I don’t enjoy seeing them slip away,” he
explains. “I especially see it on the soccer pitch, when my brain wants my legs to go a certain way, but the legs simply won’t listen. Sure, I can chase a 30-year-
old around the field, but the difference is that he’s recovered in 20 seconds to start running again, while I’m gasping for breath for the next five minutes. To
address this, I keep playing and being active, to hopefully keep things at this minimum level for as long as possible.”According to Hsu, staying physically active
is important, but mental shifts can often be much more powerful and effective in adding more healthy years to your life. “Having a positive view of aging, which
many don’t, regardless of one’s sex, is important,” she says. Hsu points to a study from 2002 that found “individuals with more positive self-perceptions of
aging measured up to 23 years earlier lived an average of 7.5 years longer, compared to individuals with less positive self-perceptions.”

So despite the very real physical effects of getting older, it appears that mental fortitude may be the ultimate defense for men (and women) against the frailties
of getting older. Something that men, no matter where they fall on the spectrum of masculinity, should be able to get their heads around. Fear is, after all,
merely a state of mind.

Has this ever happened?   I waved to my friend yesterday, but she did not see me.  Her head was down texting and she did not even know I was
there.  Her world had disappeared onto her phone.  Months ago, my buddy and I stopped at Tim Horton’s for a coffee.  At one point I looked
around and we were the only two people in Tim Hortons actually talking.  Everyone else was texting or on their phone.  I noticed that even two
people and/or couples having coffee were texting.  I said, wonder if they were texting each other across the table.  This led me to watch for the
next month to notice who was talking vs texting.  


Communication is based on speaking and listening.  The aspect of listening is a key to your success.  Think about having a 10 minute rule.  
When someone is talking to you, give them the courtesy of listening for 5 to 10 minutes.  At that point, think and respond to them.  This shows that
you respect their opinion or thought.  You can then truly hear what they have to say and respond with your thoughts or questions to clarify what they
have stated.  This is a learning process for you, your family and friends.  

Discussion between two people should be frank.  Do not judge or assume you know what is being communicated.  If you can do this, you can
gain an understanding of what the other person thinks.  Opening yourself up to another person’s views may help you see something that you did
not realize when you set your goals or an aspect of your personality that you may have ignored.   This process can also remove the anger aspect
to a discussion.  We may not always like what a person is saying but part of this challenge is to listen and learn.  Try not to react with anger.  

A limitless person is open to new ideas.   If the ideas match your vision,
then they are incorporated into our goals and this process
JUST A THOUGHT - For centuries males have placed a high importance on women’s physical appearance.  We evoked a
tremendous pressure on women to not only run a household, raise out children but maintain a wonderful and perfect
appearance.  This expectation was passed from generation to generation.  As women achieved equality, it appears that they
have started to evoke the same expectation on males.  

I would like to think that a man who works hard, has some intelligence and a sense of humor is taken seriously.  We all need
to have a reasonable level of fitness to maintain our health.  There is nothing wrong with trying to gain more strength and
tone your muscle.  This helps you perform better on a daily basis.  What I see is men with all the previous mentioned
attributes are no longer satisfied.  They are spending three hours a day, 6 days a week to reach and maintain a level of
fitness that may not be necessary.  They have bought into the idea that along with everything else, they need to have abs.  

My message is that I encourage men to realize that we do not have to look like Calvin Kline models.  We don’t have to give
up treats, beer and red meat but rather include activity as part of our regular routine .  I do support being strong and active as
it helps you perform on many levels.   I believe that we should never stop setting and achieving goals.  However, make them
based on your own wants and needs.   Make sure they improve your life and make you happier.   

Is life over at 50 or just beginning?  

Our kids have started to strike out on their own, leaving two people at the dinner table asking, “Well, who are you and what
do we do now?”  Our lives now have a gap where we no longer have to rush around driving our kids to sports events, their
friend’s homes or just to the mall.  Suddenly, we have spare time.   We are staying inside and may be watching more TV.  I
am suggesting that our job, or our children, cannot be the only way we define ourselves.  There has to be more to life.

Our parents took a different approach as they reached,  what was called middle age,   The 50+ stage of their life meant that
they acted differently, stopped certain activities and started saving for retirement.  Some of their activities were restricted to
lawn bowling, golf, reading and visiting with family.  While there is nothing wrong with these activities, I believe the new over
50’s crowd wants more.  

We are not going to be satisfied to put all of our toys away, stop having fun so we can behave and be “good grandparents”.   
There is a whole world to discover and activities that can peek your interest.

If you can establish and cultivate your ability to believe in yourself without limits, anything is possible.  Open yourself to the
fullness of life and possibilities. Take a step forward.    Life is making the choice to discover your limitless potential through
the relentless pursuit of your dreams and passions.

By sharing your dreams with others you not only strengthen and support your core beliefs, but you also perpetuate the power
of infinite possibilities through revealing their existence.  In simple terms, by sharing your dreams you create a cycle of
reinforcement between you and others that will not allow you to forget what you want to achieve.


This is a difficult process to complete.  In essence, we challenged everything about our lives.  It is a process that
requires total honesty with yourself and others.  Some of the aspects of our lives are deeply rooted and require a
lot of thought to sort out.  

In order to find yourself, you have to dig deep.  You have to ask yourself what actually makes you happy.  This is
a hard question and is usually restricted by what your family or friends think.  You have to figure out what makes
you happy and what you want to do with your life.  

Others will force rules upon you in order to control you, reduce your freedom and they will discard, disregard,
modify or dispose of the elements of you that are inconsistent with their set core. Submission is about choices.  
To surrender or forget about your essence is to surrender your freedom to live. Your choices are; to stand, fight,
and defend your core with every last breath, or to surrender, tolerate, and allow others to dominate your
freedom, choice
and independence.

Open yourself to the fullness of your possibilities. Try to step forward using what you have and what you know
about yourself at this moment.  Start from where you are. It may not be perfect but it is a starting point.   Make
full use of what you already have and know.  However, challenge everything in your life. Wishing or feeling
resentment because you don't have more, will only waste your precious time.

There's no guarantee that your actions will be effective.  Yet you can be certain that it will be better than
if you take no action at all.

The world if full of rules and laws.  In most cases you cannot change laws and usually have to follow them.  
Otherwise, life can become difficult.  Rules are imposed by family, friends and society.  Rules CAN BE
There are doers and talkers.  The doer thinks of an action and makes it
happen.  A talker thinks of great ideas and then makes up reasons why
they cannot do it or it cannot be done.  Be a Doer.

An important aspect of being limitless is to determine your needs vs wants.  In addition you have to
confirm what you have today that is good.  The old saying, “don’t fix what ain’t broken” comes to mind.  
There are likely aspects of your life that are good.  Evaluate them and enjoy the fact that they are
1.         "Want" refers to something that you don't really require but lust for or that you would
         prefer to obtain.
2.        A "need" refers to something that is absolutely necessary to your health (both physical
        and mental).  It is the necessities of life.

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