Can you see what is happening?
We all go through difficult situations and obstacles in our lives. It’s easy to fall into the trap of becoming a victim of what is happening to you. The question for you is – can you see the big picture, the big story being created and unfolding in your life? Here are the 7 nuggets for you to deal with unusually big obstacles.
1. Turn those ugly and deeply sad situations around. We as humans have amazing resilience and ability to overcome what seem insurmountable obstacles. The facts don’t matter when dealing with a winner!
2. Only listen to those who have made it. Refuse to listen to the members of pity parties, those thinking that guilt is a strategy. Refuse to listen to those feeding on your misfortunes, those making a living from telling you how unfair life has been to you. Run from them like you run from a plague.
3. Gratitude has the power to overpower any pain. We only find ourselves when we are willing to lose ourselves in the service of others. You think you got it tough, get out of your small world so you can appreciate the real world.
4. Faith has the power to overpower any fear. God want to know if you are ready to make the move. What are you waiting for?
5. Things don’t happen to us, they happen for us. Develop the uncommon ability to deal with any obstacle with that “bring it on” attitude of a real champion.
6. Grow up. Our capacity to grow is directly proportional to the actions we take against the things that scare the heck out of us. Why are you letting the comforts win over your courage?
7. Become an example of courage for others. Create a beautiful masterpiece using the ugly things thrown at you as you live your live.
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Author of the book Priceless, Co-author of the book Follow to Lead
"The future belongs to those who can see and pursue opportunities before they are obvious."
"Those that take swift action will always leave those that don't breathing the dust."