My name is Stuart Mills, and I’m the creator and owner of Limitless Believing.
First, thank you for visiting Limitless Believing, it is a honour to have you here and I hope that I can do what I can to make your stay worthwhile, however short or long it is.
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If you’d like to learn more about the origins of Limitless Believing, please click here. This is an article which I wrote at the very beginning of this site, detailing why I decided to create Limitless Believing, and what my intentions are.
If you wish to learn more about me, I’d be happy to oblige.
My life can be categorised into two sections: ‘life before my awakening’, and ‘life after my awakening’.
Up until I was 21 years old, I was unhappy with life. I’d been bullied at school on numerous occasions, I had made few friends in school and college, and as a result of my severe lack of self-confidence, I had nearly failed my college years. At the end of my second year, I was wondering what the point of it all was.
Although I had managed to scrape into university life, I wasn’t truly enjoying it. I drank heavily, I still couldn’t make many friends, and by the end of my university degree, I had nearly nothing to show for it. Sure, I had a degree in Drama, but I didn’t have a clue what to use it for. I was 21 years old, and scared.
Then, for Christmas 2007, my Dad got me a book, “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari” by Robin Sharma. At the time, I thought it was a stupid title – I was used to reading fantasy and heavy science fiction at the time, so I thought this ‘new-age’ rubbish would be skim-read at best. But I decided to start reading it anyway because my Dad got me it as a gift, and I didn’t want to let him down.
What I wasn’t ready for was the immense changes that this book would coax out of me. As a result, ‘life before my awakening’ came to an end. I now looked at the world with new eyes, and ‘life after my awakening’ had begun.
Since early 2008, I have lived life as a new person. I have read dozens of books on self-development and spirituality, I have made changes to improve the quality of my life, I have found love for the first time thanks to my beautiful girlfriend, and perhaps most importantly, I have learned not to look back.
In October 2010, I set up Unlock The Door, my first personal development website. My intention was to help people unlock the doors in their minds and lives, in order to live happier existences. Although this website is now deactivated, you are still free to look around the archives and read some useful articles. I’m proud of what I accomplished with Unlock The Door, and always will be.
I must also point out that, although I encourage you to strive for change in your life in order to improve it, I also encourage you to be patient. Life will happen of its own accord, and sometimes we can strive too hard for change before change is truly ready to come. It’s like trying to force a tree or plant to grow – it will only grow in it’s own time.
Feel free to read as many or as few articles as possible here, it’s entirely up to you. Be happy, and feel free to ask any questions if you so desire.