Let’s talk about failure! Am I good enough? Am I smart enough? What will people think of me? We begin NOT to do things because we’re scared that we’re going to mess up. Listen, you’ve got to change some faulty mindsets that you have about failure. It’s not only okay for you to fail, but it’s necessary in order to grow in life.
Have you ever compared yourself to someone else, and felt a little less than because of it? We must not look at other people’s accomplishments and allow their success to negate our attempts. Let’s talk real quick about why we shouldn’t compare ourselves to other people, and why we should allow our passion for something to be what drive us.
It’s so easy to sit on the couch and watch other people live out awesome lives. We live in a culture that is completely driven around WATCHING other people. We give so much time to things that don’t matter. I believe you aren’t just here to consume; your life was meant to give, to make a difference and to make the world a better place.
“How can this person be so stupid”, you think. So many thoughts are racing through your head. You make eye contact with the person across the table, and raise one eyebrow slightly because you’re both thinking the same thing. It’s obvious what they need to do, and it’s BEYOND you why they can’t see it. You’ve held it in long enough … it’s time … and out comes it comes … your opinion.
If it is worth doing, it is worth doing well. What if you applied this mindset to everything in your life? When this principle is applied firmly, you will see very clearly what’s worth doing, and what you’re spinning your wheels on that needs to be given up.
There was a point in my life when I decided to be positive, no matter what I undergo throughout my journey. I’m not sure there was a specific day where this clicked in my head. Instead, I believe it was a process of experiencing challenging moments in my life that brought me to living in
Me : “How are you?” Friend replies : “Busy!” Me : “That is crazy … ME TOO!” How many times have you had this conversation with someone you know? This is pretty much a normal conversation I have with the friends in my life. We’re all, busy! So busy in fact, that more than a 5