Don’t trust the judgment of someone else about you. There’s a great possibility that it has been polluted with bad experiences or bad idea about what should or not be. When a judgment (or advice) doesn’t cost anything to the person giving it, then you should not take it.
A lot of people will disguise their judgment into advice. In reality, they are judging you and want to take you down so you don’t succeed more than them.
Sorry, but you will have to take no more BS in your life. You’ll have to stand up. You’ll have to take responsibility for your success and give it your 100%.
You’ll make mistake. Things will not always work as you expected. It’s ok, adjust and keep going on.
Get tired of being where you are! Start to get tired of living a life that isn’t what you dream it should be!
Find a reason to do it and then do it!
Get things done!
You can rest, after you did what you should do.
It’s way better to ‘do one good things a day’ for 30 days then to do many great things once a week for 30 days.
You have to realize that procrastination is the sickness of the mass. Most people don’t do anything good in their days. They just do the minimum to get fired. They don’t do anything to go for their dreams because they think they can do that later.
Look around you. Success is not associated with luck. It’s everyday hard work that bring success.
Look at failure and problems as blessings in disguise.
Look for solution instead of dwelling on problems.
Build your self-esteem and confidence.
Positive people are radiating this powerful energy that brings good things around them.
“When you are joyful, when you say yes to life and have fun and project positivity all around you, you become a sun in the center of every constellation, and people want to be near you.” – Shannon L. Alder
Being positive or negative is a choice.
Don’t think you can use the ‘Reality’ position and stay away from negative things in your life. If you keep on using a negative mind set, it will bring negative things in your life.
“What is the difference between an obstacle and an opportunity? Our attitude toward it. Every opportunity has a difficulty, and every difficulty has an opportunity.” – J. Sidlow Baxter