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There are times when I can’t let the dreaded overwhelm get the best of me. Important life tasks need to be completed. If I ever want to see my vision for my life come to fruition, I can’t be chained to my emotions.
It’s easy to adopt the world’s definition of success when all you see are the Kylie Jenner’s and Elon Musk’s of the world splattered across magazine covers. But it can come at a great cost.
Every opportunity and ‘win’ you’ve had so far is a jumping off platform for your next big win. The more you keep daring to roll the dice, the further ahead you’ll progress along the board.
Sooner or later, we have to put our foot down and just do the damn thing. We have to make a decision to leave behind the things that hold us back and push forward.
It’s a thought that creeps slowly into your mind when you’re struggling to fall asleep after a bad day. It’s an innocent question that can rapidly spiral out of control: are there good things ahead?
I’m a huge believer that we need to be our own cheerleader, but sometimes we just need to hear someone else say that we’re still a strong contender in the game of life.
I promise to validate the heck out of your emotions on every other post, but today I’m just going to give you the reminders you didn’t even know you needed.
Self-Belief isn’t a nicotine patch that you slap on once and expect to be cured from the addiction to your deprecating thoughts. It’s a day by day thing.
It might not be today or tomorrow, but someone, somewhere, is going to need your heart, your actions and your presence to show up for them.