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(ushin) $our 'imits
%f you have ever found yourself holdin) ba k on somethin) you really wanted to do* you are familiar with self+limitation. 'imitations an serve us in some ways* like remindin) us that we don,t have the ability to fly off a roof and land safely on our feet- and they an onfine us in other ways* by reatin) doubt and fear about our ability to reate more fulfillin) ir umstan es.
'u kily* most of our self+limitations are easily identified as helpful or harmful- we need only spend some time e.aminin) them and de ide whi h we want to keep and whi h we want to dis ard.
/ake a moment to think about your own per eived limitations. 0hat do you believe you an,t do yet1 0hat do you believe you,ll 2#3#" be able to do1 0hy do you think so1 %f these on epts seem va)ue and you,re not sure what your own per eived limitations are* take some time to write them down. /ry phrases like this4 5% an,t 66666666666 be ause 66666666666.7 !ill in the blanks* and don,t hold anythin) ba k. #ven if one of your ideas seems ridi ulous and you lo)i ally know it isn,t true* yet your )ut onfirms it,s a stron) belief you hold* write it down anyway.
8n e you,ve identified as many of your limitin) beliefs as you an- take a loser look at them. 9re any of them hopelessly impossible* or do they :ust feel that way1 ;ave other people been able to a a omplish somethin) that you want to a omplish1 ;ave you omplished anythin) in the past that was diffi ult1 ;ow did you over ome the
obsta les you fa ed1 <ould you apply the same pro ess to any )oal1
/here are no ri)ht or wron) answers here* only what you honestly think and feel. 2ow set your list aside =we,ll be lookin) at it a)ain later in this report> + and let,s delve into beliefs a bit deeper.
Belief4 /he !oundation of $our 'ife
$our beliefs are the foundation upon whi h your entire life rests. /his foundation was formed by your hildhood onditionin)* the e.perien es you,ve had durin) the ourse of your life* and the on lusions you,ve drawn as a result of them. #very a tion =or non+a tion> you,ve taken durin) your lifetime has been en oura)ed or dis oura)ed by these beliefs. <onse?uently* most of the situations in your life are a result of your a tions =or ina tions>.
%n order to be)in pushin) your limits and in reasin) your potential* you need to e.amine the beliefs you have about your limitations. $ou,ve started the pro ess by makin) a list of your most obvious per eived limitations* but in order to effe tively and permanently han)e them* you,ll need to hallen)e them and a tively work on e.pandin) your on ept of what is possible.
0hether you reali@e it or not* you,ve )ot a ertain internal 5set point7 where you think your apabilities stop in any )iven arena. /hese set points an vary a ordin) to the intensity of your beliefs and they may be different for different a tivities. !or e.ample* you mi)ht know that you are )ood at one a tivity but feel you stink at another.
%t an be helpful to e.amine the reasons 0;$ you feel this way* be ause most often our limitin) beliefs hold no substan e whatsoever. Aaybe your older brother told you that you were too weak to be )reat at sports* so you never bothered to find out. 8r your friend lau)hed at your artwork and you de ided it was a stupid hobby anyway.
%t,s bad enou)h when other people set limitations for us* but the problem is ompounded when we be)in doin) it ourselves.
2o lon)er do we need others to tell us we stink at somethin)- we ome to the reali@ation all by ourselves.
2o lon)er do we need someone to tell us we,re a loser- one failure is enou)h to onvin e us.
2o lon)er do we need others to deflate our onfiden e- we an do it more effe tively ourselves.
0hat a shame this isB Co you see the pattern of destru tion and the dimmed potential that results from it1 !or most of us* it takes only 82# ne)ative e.perien e to start an avalan he of massive proportions. 8f ourse* it doesn,t usually happen ?ui kly but is rather the result of years of )radually de reasin) belief in ourselves.
Before we )o any further* it,s important to understand that your limitin) beliefs were !8"A#C* sometimes by others in your life and sometimes by you. #ither way* they an be unformed* smashed* rolled into a ball and formed into somethin) else entirely D :ust like a lump of lay. $our beliefs are malleable and fle.ibleB /hey may feel like 5fa ts7 but they are simply thou)hts that have )ained stren)th and solidity be ause of sheer repetition on your part.
0hen you really start to )et this* it be omes very e. itin)B &uddenly a whole new world opens up to you* a world in whi h anythin) is possible.
'imitations4 /he <eilin) on $our (otential
/hink of your limitations as a eilin) that hovers at a ertain hei)ht over your head. /he eilin) hei)ht is different for ea h of us* but all of our eilin)s have one thin) in ommon4 they determine our potential.
%f our eilin) is built up hi)h* we have )reat potential and an a hieve mu h in our lives. %f our eilin) is built down lose to our heads* we will only a hieve the bare minimum for omfortable survival =or even less>.
0ho is the raftsperson of your eilin)1 0hy* you are of ourseB =% know you knew that already.> $ou set the hei)ht of your eilin) based upon the thin)s others said to you* and the on lusions you drew about your apabilities.
Eust like your other beliefs* the hei)ht of your eilin) is very fle.ible and is onstantly on the move. 0hen you first set a )oal you mi)ht be fired up and motivated to make it happen. 9t that point* your eilin) is soarin) far above your head. 9s you be)in to stumble on obsta les and lose your initial motivation* your eilin) be)ins to drop steadily. 0hen you )ive up be ause it seems too hard* your eilin) pra ti ally rests a)ainst the top of your head.
%s motivation the only way to raise your eilin)1 2o* not at allB 9nother )reat te hni?ue involves honestly assessin) your true apabilities* and be)innin) to work on e.pandin) them. %f you,re pretty )ood at somethin)* work on be omin) )reat at it. %f you think you,re terrible at somethin)* keep doin) it until you )et better.
/his is an on)oin) pro ess of honest assessment* small but onsistent effort* and evaluation of pro)ress. %t,s not ro ket s ien e* but it does re?uire an attitude of determination and patien e.
;owever* the )ood news is that this pro ess of e.pansion be)ins to take on a life of its own the lon)er you work at it. Before lon) you,ll be s offin) at limitin) thou)hts and attemptin) thin)s you never would have dared onsider before. ;ere are some additional ideas for raisin) your eilin) of potential4
Fuestion your past 5failures.7 Cid you "#9''$ fail* or did you :ust )ive up too soon1 #.plore the lessons you,ve re eived from ea h 5failure7 and see if you an use the insi)hts to form a better plan.
Be willin) to pi k up an old dream or hobby and start workin) on it a)ain. Cid someone onvin e you that your dream was stupid and not worth the effort1 Cid you really a)ree with them* or did you simply hoose to believe without ?uestion1 "e+e.amine your dreams and aspirations. %f any of them still stir your soul* follow where they mi)ht lead.
&et new )oals and be)in to e.pand your on ept of what you,re really apable of. <onsistently strive to raise your eilin) by thinkin) and dreamin) B%GG#". 0hen you rea h the pla e where you think you need to stop* take one more step. Eust one- and that one step will often han)e everythin)* either internally or e.ternally.
<hallen)e the limitations that others have tried to pla e on you. 0rite out your reasons for knowin) they were wron) and enter into a dialo)ue with them about it =even if the other person isn,t there* you an do this pro ess on your own>. /ry phrases like these4 5$ou have no idea what %,m apable of be ause 666666666.7 8r* 5% know you,re wron) about this be ause 6666666666.7 $ou won,t be onvin in) others of anythin)* only yourself D whi h is the only person who ounts in this s enarioB
9)ain* this is a pro ess* so don,t lose heart if you don,t see mu h pro)ress ri)ht away. Geep ?uestionin) your limitin) beliefs and keep e.pandin) your per eption of your potential. #very bit of effort you an put toward this a tivity will pay off handsomely later.
!a in) $our !ears
9s you be)in hallen)in) your beliefs and e.pandin) your potential* you may have to fa e some fears alon) the way. /his seems s ary be ause most of us are used to owerin) in the fa e of fear. 0e tend to avoid situations that make us feel un omfortable* and % don,t know of any situations more un omfortable than fearful onesB
;owever* your fears are truly nothin) to fear. Eust like the sayin) )oes* 5/here is nothin) to fear but fear itself.7 =!ranklin C. "oosevelt>
$our fears are a dire t result of your beliefs. 8r* more spe ifi ally* your fears are the result of <;9''#2G%2G your beliefs.
!ear is nothin) more than a onditioned response to a per eived dan)er. %f we believe that somethin) is dan)erous or harmful to us* we naturally will fear it. /ryin) to for e ourselves throu)h the fear without han)in) our per eption of it is often unne essarily painful* thou)h effe tive. /here is nothin) wron) with for in) yourself to fa e your fears if you desire to over ome them badly enou)h. (eople do this su essfully every day.
But if you,re a sensitive soul who desires a )entler approa h* here are some )ood ones for you4
!irst* onvin e yourself that there is no dan)er. %t is our belief that somethin) will )o horribly wron) if we move forward that keeps us lo ked in terror. 8ne simple way to over ome this paralysis is by askin) yourself* 50hat is the worst thin) that ould happen17 9nd* 5<ould % handle it if the worst did happen17 Aost often* your answer will be affirmative.
(lan ahead so you know what to do if the worst happens. %f your fear is publi speakin) but you really want to =or have to> )ive a spee h* ask yourself what the worst possible o urren e mi)ht be if you )o ahead. $ou mi)ht answer* 5sta)e fri)ht*7 or 5flubbin) my words.7 <onsider how you would handle those situations. <ould you lau)h them off and turn them into a :oke for the audien e1 <ould you visuali@e the audien e in their underwear1 $ou )et the idea D turn your worst ase s enario into a 5so what17 and your perspe tive will han)e.
3isuali@e a different out ome. 0hatever your feared out ome is* ome up with an inner 5s ript7 that is in dire tion opposition to it and replay it over and over in your mind until you believe it. Usin) the publi speakin) e.ample from above* visuali@e yourself feelin) pumped up* dynami and onfident as you step onto the sta)e. &ee the audien e bein) interested in what you have to say* listenin) losely* lau)hin) at the appropriate moments* and your words flowin) smoothly and effortlessly. %ma)ine the thunderous applause as you on lude your spee h* and ima)ine the in redible sense of elation you,ll feel for on?uerin) your fear.
&hrink your fears and s?uash them like a bu). 0e often feel that our fears are so mu h lar)er than we are. %t feels like they '88A over us* drainin) our power and diminishin) our determination. <han)e this per eption by ima)inin) your fears shrinkin)* shrinkin)* )rowin) smaller
and less intense until they have the stature of a bu) on the )round before you. /ell the fear that you,re )rateful for its attempt to prote t you* but you don,t need prote tin). /henHstep on it. &?uash it into oblivion.
/here are many more ways to hallen)e your fears* but the main point is to avoid lettin) them ontrol your life. !ear an be so pervasive that it &##A& to be out of our ontrol* but remember that a fear is nothin) more than a thou)ht. 0hether you e.amine it losely* ?uestion it* hallen)e it* work almly throu)h it or push for efully throu)h it doesn,t matter. 9s lon) as you remember that $8U are the one in ontrol* not your fears.
'ike most of the other te hni?ues in this report* fear+s?uashin) takes some pra ti e before you )et truly omfortable with it. /ake your time and keep at it* and before lon) you,ll be one of those people that lau)hs in the fa e of fear and thrills to whatever hallen)e rises up before them.
!inally* learn to use your fears as a valuable tool for awareness. 0e,ve overed the ne)ative side of fear* but one benefit it does have is that it a ts as a bea on to reveal your limitin) beliefsB 9ny fear =besides )enuine dan)ers* of ourse> an tell you somethin) about yourself. 0here fear lives* so do limitin) beliefs. 'earn to use this knowled)e to your advanta)e. !ollow your fears dire tly to the roots of your limitin) beliefs* and yank them ri)ht out.
/akin) Coubt 8ut of the #?uation
Coubt is another destru tive for e in your life* and is often losely related to fear. %n fa t* fear an ause doubt* and doubt an ause fear. /hey an a t as a))ravators for ea h other* or o+e.ist to)ether and make your life hell.
0orse* doubt is the Cream Cestroyer. %t,s the 9nti+;ope. %t auses you to abandon your dreams before you even know for sure if they,re possible or not. $ou simply de ide they are 28/ possible and drop them. Coubt an ause you to han) ba k when you,d rather be movin) forward* and it an make you ?uestion your inner knowin).
9t their ore* doubts are simply another form of limitin) beliefs. %f you doubt your ability to do somethin)* you won,t do it. $ou won,t even attempt it. %f you doubt the availability of opportunities* you will resi)n yourself to what you already have. %f you doubt the )oodness of other people* you will resist any help offered to you.
%n order to push your limits* you need to take doubt ri)ht out of the e?uation. $ou do this by embra in) the opposite of doubt4 B#'%#!. %t,s not as diffi ult as it sounds.
0hat you have to do is make the C#<%&%82 to B#'%#3# instead of C8UB/. %t really is that simpleB /his is a de ision you will need to make moment+to+moment* not :ust on e. #very time you feel doubt reepin) in* repla e it with fervent belief.
5% doubt % effe tively.7
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an do this
5% doubt it will turn out ri)ht.7 be omes* 5%,m )oin) to make &U"# this turns out ri)ht.7
5% doubt % have what it takes to su ?uality % need to su eed.7
eed.7 be omes* 5% know % an develop any
9t first* you may feel as if you,re lyin) to yourself. $ou may not really believe the words you,re sayin)* but if you persist in hoosin) to believe them you will eventually. But it has to be)in with a hoi e.
Coubt an be sneaky* and it often mas?uerades as disinterest* bitterness* distrust* or resistan e. &ometimes you have to take on the role of dete tive to fi)ure out what,s really )oin) on inside of you. 0ith a little s rutiny and a lot of brutal honesty* you,ll see thin)s more learly. %f you stru))le to find a onne tion* try writin) the answers to these ?uestions4 5% am disinterested in 6666666666 be ause % doubt that 6666666666.7 5% feel bitter about 66666666666 be ause % doubt that 66666666666.7 5%,m distrustful of 66666666666 be ause % doubt that 6666666666.7 5%,m resistant to 666666666666 be ause % doubt that 6666666666.7
%f fervent belief won,t eliminate your doubts* you an also disse t them and hallen)e the underlyin) omponents* :ust like you did with your fears. $ou will likely dis over that your doubts are based on disappointin) past e.perien es or hurtful thin)s said by others in your life* and you C8 have the option to disre)ard them ompletely. Cisse tion of any doubt =or fear> is a valuable tool be ause the individual omponents that make up the sum are often less fri)htenin) than the sum itself.
Cisse tin) your doubts is as simple as ompletin) this statement to the best of your ability4 5% am doubtful about 66666666 be ause 66666666.7 8n e the root auses are known* you an deal with them one at a time by alterin) erroneous beliefs* fa in) fears and e.pandin) limitin) beliefs.
%f all else fails and you an,t eliminate or disse t your doubt* the only thin) left to do is %G28"# %/. /ake a tion anyway* even if it seems like a futile undertakin). Aake a promise to yourself that you,re )oin) to )ive it your absolute best* no matter what. #ven if it seems to be a waste of time* even if there seems to be no way to reate a favorable out ome* and even if the )oin) )ets rou)h + you will still try. %t takes oura)e and determination to do this- don,t fool yourself into thinkin) otherwise. But more often than not* you,ll be pleasantly surprised by the results.
&low and &teady Gets %t Cone
By now you are probably be)innin) to see that pushin) your limits is a simple pro ess of e.aminin) your repetitive thou)hts and beliefs* hallen)in) your per eptions and pushin) throu)h any per eived limitations. "emember* limitations are nothin) without the power you )ive them. %f you refuse to infuse them with power they are nothin) but a random* harmless thou)ht. /hey may seem overwhelmin) at first* but on e you take them apart and look at them under a mi ros ope you see how in onse?uential they really are in the )rand s heme of thin)s.
&till* until you have rea hed a ertain point in the pro ess you would be well+advised to take it slow. Eust as pushin) too hard physi ally an result in in:ury* pushin) too hard mentally or emotionally an result in disappointment and frustration.
8ne step at a time will )et you where you want to )o* and probably result in a more pleasant :ourney too. $our pro)ress will be)in to a but in the meantime take it easyB umulate on its own soon enou)h*
/ry atta kin) one thin) ea h day* even if it,s somethin) small. !a e one fear* disse t one doubt* ?uestion one belief D and repeat the ne.t day. 9s you be)in feelin) stron)er you an take on more than one at a time* but start small.
/hen* don,t hesitate after ea h step you take. Con,t wait to see if you )et any 5results7 from it D :ust keep movin) slowly and steadily. $ou,ll be astounded at how ?ui kly the pro ess be)ins to snowball and return real results. But if you han) around waitin) for them* they mi)ht be delayed. "emember* 59 wat hed pot never boils.7
Goin) the #.tra Aile
9s your inner stren)th in reases and you be)in to feel more in ontrol of your a tions* be)in uppin) the intensity of your efforts too. /he stron)er and more powerful you feel* the more you,ll be able to handle. =9)ain* this is only after you be)in to noti e some real momentum from your smaller initial efforts.>
/he funny thin) about pro)ress is that we are often mu h loser to the finish line than we think. %t,s our own thou)hts* fears* doubts* beliefs and e.pe tations that make the destination seem so small and far away. %f we buy into this illusion* we,ll )ive up on the home stret h D not reali@in) that the finish line is :ust over the ne.t riseB
Aake a promise to yourself ri)ht now that you will )o the e.tra mile. 3ow to )o the e.tra mile espe ially if you start to lose hope. 8ne of my all+time favorite ?uotes holds a )reat deal of wisdom about ontinuin) despite la k of pro)ress or loss of hope4
50hen you )et in a ti)ht pla e and everythin) )oes a)ainst you* till it seems as thou)h you ould not hold on a minute lon)er* never )ive up
then* for that is :ust the pla e and time that the tide will turn.7 + ;arriet Bee her &towe
%t,s ama@in) how often that sentiment ends up bein) true. Eust when we,re ready to )ive up is when we need to push even harder be ause the tide is be)innin) to turnB "emember that as you work on pushin) your limits. <opy that ?uote down and han) it where you will see it ea h day. 'et it inspire you and en oura)e you when you need it the most. 0hat else an you do if you start feelin) despondent1
Break it down. "emember* feelin)s of hopelessness* frustration or desponden y are fre?uently aused by tryin) to take on too mu h too soon. %f you break down lar)er )oals into smaller ones and fo us on takin) small* attainable a tions more fre?uently* you will reate a ni e steady momentum.
/ake a break. %f you start feelin) overwhelmed* it,s time to fo us on somethin) elseB /akin) a break is 28/ the same thin) as ?uittin). &ometimes you :ust need to step away from the intensity of han)e. /ake a few hours to do somethin) you en:oy. <all a friend and invite him or her to lun h. Gno k off for the day and )o to bed early. #ven a short break is enou)h to re har)e your batteries* refresh your perspe tive and renew your ommitment.
Geep affirmin) that you,re almost there. "emember that your perspe tive an often work a)ainst you* foolin) you into believin) that you,re never )oin) to rea h your destination. Con,t let an illusion tri k you. <reate your own benefi ial illusion. Geep ima)inin) the )oal waitin) :ust around the ne.t orner. Geep tellin) yourself* 5%,m almost there* :ust a few more steps. % an take a few more steps.7 /ell yourself that often
enou)h and you,ll be)in to believe it D and reate a self+fulfillin) prophe y.
Goin) the e.tra mile is more of a symboli sentiment than a physi al one. %t,s about )ivin) your absolute best effort and not investin) in e. uses. %t,s about trustin) yourself to know when it,s time to step ba k or push forward. Aore than anythin)* it,s about developin) the insi)ht and determination to make ea h of your a tions fo used and life+alterin) in very positive ways. %f you an do that* you will be able to melt any self+limitation with the white+hot heat of purpose.
Geep Buildin) on the (ossibilities
9s you be)in to make pro)ress on pushin) your limits* you,ve )ot to keep up the effort and ontinually build on what you,ve )ot. 'et,s summari@e what we,ve overed so far so you an see the pro ess learly.
!irst in line is the destru tion pro ess where you e.amine and destroy limitin) beliefs. $ou be)in to reali@e how mu h other people have influen ed your beliefs* and how you often pi ked up where they left off.
2e.t is the rebuildin) pro ess where you be)in repla in) your limitin) beliefs with empowerin) ones. $ou be)in to trust your inner knowin) a)ain* and honestly assess your apabilities.
/hen you be)in hallen)in) and on?uerin) your fears and doubts. $ou be)in disse tin) and disarmin) these ne)ative thou)hts* effe tively diminishin) their power over you.
2e.t* you be)in to e.pand your on ept of what is possible and pro eed at a slow and steady pa e. $ou take it a step at a time while keepin) in mind that )rowth is a pro ess.
!inally* you ommit to )oin) the e.tra mile and ontinuin) on past the point where you would have normally )iven up. /hen* the only thin) to do isHrinse and repeatB
/he more fre?uently you an omplete these steps* the more natural and intuitive the pro ess be omes. $ou,ll find yourself ?uestionin) and onfrontin) every stray ravin)* fear* un ertainty* doubt* la@y impulse and more. $ou,ll stop a adversity and you,ll learn to love the feelin) of a more step alon) the path of self development. eptin) e. uses as fa ts and start demandin) more from yourself. $ou,ll start thrillin) to the hallen)e of omplishment as you take :ust one
$ou,ll probably even develop a )reater sense of self+dis ipline and patien e the further you )et into this pro ess be ause you,ll )ain the insi)ht that anythin) worth doin) is worth doin) well and ompletely D rather than rushin) throu)h it. $ou,ll learn to value every moment of the :ourney* not :ust the destination.
#ventually you,ll rea h a point where pushin) your limits is lar)ely an automati refle.. $ou,ll lau)h derisively at limitin) thou)hts and flatten obsta les with one mi)hty fist. =8kay* maybe that,s a bit of an e.a))eration but it sounds ool* doesn,t it1>
0hat all this ultimately means is that you,ll stop lettin) yourself be derailed from what you really wantB $ou,ll have pa ked your ba)s and moved to the 'and of #mpowerment* the most freein) pla e to live in the world. %t really is up to you where you hoose to spend most of your time- so hoose wisely.
9dditionally* never stop developin) your self+awareness. %t really is the key to any self+improvement. 0hen you have the insi)ht and oura)e to be honest with yourself* you,ll never be able to de eive yourself* tri k yourself or betray yourself.
&elf+de eption is a poison that will kill any attempt you make to improve your life. Con,t let it destroy your pro)ressB &elf+de eption has lear warnin) si)ns* so keep on the lookout for these4
%f you pla e the blame for thin)s )oin) wron) everywhere but on yourself* you are de eivin) yourself. &ure* sometimes thin)s :ust happen throu)h no fault of your own. But if you noti e a lot of an)er and blamin) omin) from within you and dire ted out to others* it,s time to re+evaluate your part in the problems.
%f you start :ustifyin) unprodu tive behavior* self+de eption has reared its u)ly head. #. uses like these will be the death of your pro)ress4 5%,m too tired.7 5%t,s too hard.7 5#veryone else has better lu k than % do.7 5% an still be su essful even thou)h % don,t work onsistently on my )oals.7 $ou already know 0;9/ you need to do to a hieve any )oal you set for yourself* you :ust have to be dili)ent at C8%2G it- no e. uses.
%f you start double+)uessin) your intuition* you may be de eivin) yourself D or tryin) to sabota)e your efforts. &ometimes we,ll re eive an intuitive hun h about somethin) and 5know7 it,s true* but lo)i ally we an,t fi)ure out why so we doubt it. %f you,ve ever done this* you probably remember the stin) of re)ret as you ki ked yourself for not trustin) your intuition like you should have. Get to know your intuition and e.er ise it fre?uently- then you,ll be able to know for sure when you should trust it.
%f you start s atterin) your ener)y in too many dire tions instead of sti kin) to your ori)inal plan* you may be de eivin) yourself by an endless sear h for the 5ne.t bi) thin)7 or the 5easiest thin).7 /here is no ne.t bi) thin) or easiest thin) D only the 5thin)7 you hoose for your own life. /a kle one thin) at a time and stay fo used. $our results will speak for themselves.
%n )eneral* an awareness of possible self+de eption is often enou)h to stop or reverse it* but sometimes you,ll need to take firm a tion. 9)ain* trust your instin ts and take har)e when ne essary.
"emember at the be)innin) of this report % told you to set aside that list of thin)s you know you,ll 5never7 be able to do1 /ake another look at it ri)ht now and re onsider the items on it. Co you still feel the same about them1 8r have you be)un to reali@e that you are apable of more than you thou)ht1 Con,t worry if you,re still a bit doubtfuleven a tiny in rease in hope and belief is a )ood thin).
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