Imagine you want to become the next best football player. You train like crazy every day. You set and meet weekly goals. You attend all football games to see the sport in action so that you can learn the best ‘shots’. You attend seminars and training relating to football strategy. You hang out with like-mindedContinue reading “Live life on your terms, not on the terms of others.”
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FOCUS on what you have, NOT what you don’t have.
Us humans tend to appreciate what we don’t have, compared to what we have currently. As a result, the search for more is endless and we can never be satisfied. There is nothing wrong with wanting more however, we should simultaneously be grateful for what we have. For me, I’m grateful for having a supportiveContinue reading “FOCUS on what you have, NOT what you don’t have.”
Prove them wrong.
If someone constantly tells you – “You can’t do anything” “You won’t amount to anything” “You are not capable” “You do not have what it takes” “You can’t do that” “Only a few succeed” “Stop dreaming” “You know you are being unrealistic?”. = Simply, PROVE THEM WRONG. Get to work and show who is boss.Continue reading “Prove them wrong.”
Be patient. It takes time to see the fruits of your hard work.
You cannot determine the success of a path until you stick to it for a reasonable amount of time. Most people quit before they bear the fruits of their hard work. Stick to one path and pursue it until you are successful. Everyone’s timelines are different and that’s fine. Focus on your timeline and takeContinue reading “Be patient. It takes time to see the fruits of your hard work.”
STOP the complaining and DO the work.
Most of us want great things. A nicer car. A bigger home. An increase in income. A healthier body. A better everything! We want so many great things but do we actually take action to ensure we gain these great things? Be HONEST with yourself. The easiest thing to do is to complain about theContinue reading “STOP the complaining and DO the work.”
My Hobby Turned into a Business
Two years ago, I started my business (by accident). NO JOKE. Starting a business was always a childhood dream but for some reason, I didn’t expect to start one at a relatively young age. For some reason, I thought the best time to start a business was;