Norman Vincent Peale relates a story in his book, ‘Power of the Plus Factor’:

While in Hong Kong, I came upon a tattoo studio in whose window were displayed samples of the tattoos available.
I was struck by three words that could be tattooed on one’s flesh: “Born to Lose”.
Astonished, I asked the Chinese tattoo artist, “Does anyone really have that terrible phrase, ‘Born to Lose’, tattooed on his body?”
He replied, “Yes, sometimes.” “But,” I said, “I just can’t believe that anyone in his right mind would do that.”
The Chinese man simply tapped his forehead and said
“Before tattoo on the body, tattoo in the mind.”

What tattoos (habits, points of view, learned beliefs, self-images) in your mind do not serve you?

Closing quotes:

“Every man takes the limits of his field of vision for the limits of the world.” – Arthur Schopenhauer

“Think you can, think you can’t, you are right.” – Henry Ford

“Nothing limits achievement like small thinking; nothing expands possibilities like unleashed imagination.” – William Arthur Ward

As always, I share what I most want and need to learn – Nathan S. Collier