If more people treated others the way dog owners treat their dogs, thw world would be a much better place.
Instead we judge, we bully, and manipulate each other. All we truly care about is making enough money to do what we need to do. We care about materialism.
Yes there is a perentage that care about others deeply, but most still don’t. We’re constantly taught and fed this “crabs in a barrel” mnetality and way of living. Imagine if we all helped each kther with resumes, term papers, buying houses, raising kids etc. on a major level. Not just through close family and frienslds, but people you did not know but were kind enough to offer.
I know it’s odd and sounds strange. I’m just thinking of an ideal world that might never exist. Imagine being able to gonto anyone for anything, and not just the people who already may suspect that one day youn will ask them for something they just can’t help you with.
Once you’re willing to do what others won’t and don’t you will be sure to reach new heights.
Being able to do that takes mastery of self. When you know what you want and how you want it, you can open up a lot more doors.
Find out how far you’re willing to go for your dreams.
Don’t get caught up in the wrong things. If you’re still extremely young like me with no kids, you’ve got such an advantage. You have more of your time, and money to use to become successful. You can do it with a family, but it is a little tougher going that route. Regardless of your situation just keep working. Keep pushing forward. Keep connecting and creating. At some point the grind has to pay off. Just make sure you’re not stuck in a dip. (Google seth godin and the dip).
If you knew for a fact that you had 90 years on this earth, why wouldn’t you try building the best life possible?
The more you bitch and complain about your situation, the less you’re getting done. Which gives your competition all of the advantage in the world.
Take a step back. Reaffirm your thoughts and your purpose. Grind like you’ve never grinded before, and keep The faith.
Every single one of us makes mistakes. It’s a part of the game. The key element is how you react to the mistakes you make. Do you bounce back or just fold?