If we all go back into our childhood we will recall we only pursued things we enjoyed and absolutely loved. How could you stop playing your favorite game as a child only cause you sat on the bench and you hate that feeling? The important thing here is you never forgot what it felt like when you cheered on your teammates and loved the celebration when the game came to an end. You would always come back the follow day and practiced hard to get your opportunity to shine.
We all got older, perhaps wiser, we decided to avoid all the confrontation regarding all the things we absolutely hated and started avoiding them instead of meeting them head on. We started to think totally differently here, instead of getting excited about next's weeks game, we only thought about how we had failed at the previous game.
We just forgot of how much we loved the game we all played as kids, only concentrated on our defeats instead of thinking of the fences or whatever sport you enjoyed as a kid. The mind has that ability to make or break your progress, we all forget we have this ability to revise it before it becomes the success of our choice.
If you have this type of thinking, who is at fault here, who do you blame, how do you correct it? This is a fact that actually happened to me and l will share it with all who reads this article. When l down fault back on 2004, my dad told me one thing that l never forgot, and very glad l listened to him. He said to me you want to see the real problem! I looked at him and said yes l would appreciate that information, will then go to the bathroom and look in the mirror you will see the problem.
Take your time and re-read this again, you will understand life is all about how we program our attitudes. When we program it we then have the ability to do whatever it is we programmed our minds to achieve. This is only an article, l feel if you apply this to your life, you will understand the true meaning of benefiting from your hate obstacles in life...
All the Best,
Joseph F. Botelho One Gram at a Time
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