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Another example of the power of a belief

Updated: Mar 3

I passed my driving test for the 1st time in 3 months, even when my instructor didn't believe in me and wouldn't let me book my test!

What happened? I took his lessons daily, I accidently used another person’s bank account to pay for my lessons! I didn't even realise until after, it was their cheque book that I had, I didn't do it on purpose. We have the same initials and our cheque books some how got mixed up! The bank didn't even spot this. I paid others to take me for lessons outside of the professional driving lessons too. So I was driving as much as possible.


How did I book my test? They rang me by accident to book my test. I think they were meant to ring a sibling, but anyways they rang me and I booked it! And guess what my instructor said? “Cancel it” and I said “no! I am doing this!” And I passed my driving test with 6 minors (2 were for speeding - 32 miles in a 30 mile per hour zone!). My instructor told me it was rare that anyone got 4 minors or less. I more or less got 4 minors, as I don't believe 32 miles is speeding! It's like 2 miles over, it's nothing!

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