Arguing for your limitations is stubbornly insisting that “this is reality”,
“i’m just born this way”,
“that’s the way things are”.
The more you insist on it, the truer it gets for you. And then you insist on it more.
Arguing for your limitations doesn’t get you where you want to go. It just strengthens the familiar reality. That same reality which inspired you to change.
Can you really go somewhere, when you don’t want to leave where you are?
Arguing for your limitations is when you list the reasons why things are not working out, instead of focusing on the reason that got you started.
Instead of “I want it, but…” use “I want it, because…” to focus on the warm and fuzzy feeling that got you wanting this in the first place.