We cannot protect our children from everything

And no matter how painful and difficult to accept we must accept it.

We all do our best, but very often this is not enough.

We cannot protect them from the wickedness of the world. From the bullies and the people who hurt them.

From the difficulties, they will encounter on their way. From the obstacles, they will have to overcome with their legs.

We do everything we can do. We do all we can and desperately try to do the impossible. And sometimes we succeed. But very often not.

And it is the sense of powerlessness of certain situations that is most damaging to us.

It is difficult from an early age to entrust them to the care of another person because not being present to protect them is the thing that most worries and pains us. If it were only a skinned knee, not being able to console them crying hurts us.

We cannot protect our children from everything

Then they grow, and there are small and large pains.

The disappointments for a finite friendship, a poignant love, or just merely for a bad grade at school.

A wrong phrase or a missed smile

There are so many things in life that we can’t protect them from, and this is the most challenging part of being a parent.

It is difficult to let a part of one’s heart face his life. And accept that that life that we believe is partly ours does not belong to us.
And we must learn to stand aside.

To observe in silence and to be able to advise and speak our mind only when necessary and not as often as we would like.

We must learn to bear the pain of children because in life pain is inevitable, it’s life’s most real thing and we cannot keep them under a bell jar to live an aseptic life from the points of view.

And we must learn to accept life for what it gives them and us.

Without asking too many questions and reminding us to smile more often.

Because we can’t protect them from everything. But we can teach them the value of a smile. And love for life.

Without looking too much at tomorrow but focusing only on today.

Feeling Unappreciated – A Guide to Be Appreciated

I feel transparent. People don’t even notice me when I’m at a party. They’re hogging all the attention. I feel bad—repulsive. Being loved and appreciated doesn’t seem to be true everyone. Other people get to be loved. Why not me? Nobody loves me. It must be because I’m too ugly, too shy, too introverted, too unfriendly…

It is extremely easy to become trapped in this spiraled thinking. We yearn for the things which we feel everyone else has, and which we feel are given in a normal life:

We want to have a fulfilling social life—to make friends, to belong to a group, to create social relations rich in the most interesting encounters of each other.

We want to succeed professionally—make contacts, hold meetings, maintain discussions essential to building a network, to be known, to create opportunities and to just be successful.

We want to find love and be appreciated by others.

Most of all, we want to simply exist—to no longer feel transparent, to get out of solitude and to share our ideas.

Yet why can’t you seem to do it? What is it that other people have that allows them to seemingly accomplish these things with ease? Do they have it in their blood, some inherent part of their being? The reality is, everyone is susceptible to these thought process, and we have all experienced the feeling of feeling underappreciated at various point in our life.

While it is easy to become entrapped in a semblance of bitterness towards ourselves and those around us, it is also possible to escape this dangerous pit of judgment. At the end of the day, the idea of feeling unappreciated revolves around YOUR perceptions of how others speak towards and act around you. Here are seven tips to reorient your preconceived notions and truly open yourself up to be recognized by others:

Do What You Like

The first, and most fundamental step towards being appreciated and loved by others is to love yourself. It may seem surprising because you believe your goal is to make others love you. But, think for a moment. Do you think people will appreciate you if you do not love yourself? If you continuously repeat self-damaging thoughts to yourself that you are bad, ugly, or incapable, you will project your self-hatred and dislike onto the people around you. You will keep people away from you.

So, start by making a concentrated effort to love yourself. We become what we think about so try to be positive with yourself, single out your best qualities—you have them for sure!— and verbalize them to yourself. Cultivate them, develop them and do not hesitate to say that you love yourself by looking at yourself in the mirror. Define one thing you like about yourself every day. While it might feel false at first, keeping up a regular regiment of self-affirmation will go a long ways towards helping you love and appreciate yourself.

Adopt the Right Attitude

Your general behavior needs to change— give to others what you would like in return. While you might feel as if you are often generous in your thoughts and actions, your resentment over the lack of reciprocation often manifests itself in your composure.

Smile more! Enjoy the little things in life! Certainly, you are more attracted to people who smile, and nothing merits a smile more than another smile. Adopt good body language by looking someone in the eyes when you talk to them (if that is incredibly difficult for you, you can instead focus between the eyebrows), and do not excessively look away. Relax and maintain an open body posture: try not to cross your arms, clench your fists, clap your feet or let out any particularly large sighs. While you don’t have to be particularly fashion-forward in order to be appreciated by others, making an effort to look presentable in a working or similarly formal environment can make you more approachable to others.

Do your best to be optimistic and positive. You shouldn’t come off as inauthentic, but if you complain all the time and only discuss negative things, people eventually want to stop hanging around your negative energy; you will become a toxic person. Be enthusiastic and dynamic, and feel free to tell people the happy moments of your life, without bragging of course.

Happiness is contagious! Be passionate about your successes in life, and others will be more prone to being appreciative of your successes as well. Being humorous is always appreciated by others, but remember to tread carefully and not over-do it; too many jokes (particularly those at the expense of others) will make those around feel as if you are being rude,. In the worst case scenario, they will be put off by you, thinking you are trying too hard to get them to like you.

Take an Interest in Others

People’s favorite conservation topic is THEM. If you monopolize the speech in a conversation and speak only of yourself, the others will begin to resent conversations with you and, eventually, stop engaging in them altogether. You might be doing this without even realizing it, so in your next conversation, tune in to what you’re talking about and why. Make a mental note of how many times your reference yourself in a conversation.

Show that you enjoy listening to the person you are talking to at the moment and that you are genuinely interested in them. Ask about their work, their passions, their hobbies or their families; let them talk about themselves. Remember the name and first name of the people you meet, they will be pleasantly surprised the next time you see them. Before getting down to business, ask people how they are doing, and look for common points so that you can have an interesting and fruitful exchange.

The golden rule, “treat others the way you want to be treated,” rings true here— by giving them a sense importance and appreciation, they will then reciprocate these feelings to you! However, it is important to be sincere in your curiosity and not to pretend. If you are not genuinely interested in this person, think critically about why you are invested in building a relationship with them, and why you care about their opinion of you.

Give in Order to Receive

An exchange is only fair from the moment you offer something yourself. Perhaps they will do it unconsciously, but more likely than not, no one will give you something if you do not give them anything in return. Expecting other to constantly recognize you for your actions without ever praising them for what they’ve done will simply leave you continually feeling unappreciated. If you would like others to help and acknowledge you, do the same for them; bring them solutions to a problem they are facing or give them tips to improve their performance (ONLY after being asked for advice—otherwise it comes off arrogant, despite your intentions).

Learn to Ask

Setting aside your pride can be difficult, especially when it comes to asking for help. However, asking someone when you need assistance not only helps you in completing your task in the most efficient and effective way possible but gives the person helping you a sense of respect and self-worth in being able to assist. Of course, you have to do it tactfully.

Do not demand that someone give you this or that. Explain to this person why you need help, and why they, in particular, are best suited to help you. You will see, that often they will gladly accept, an even be generous in lending a hand. Once again, you will have given them the importance of feeling needed, and they will be proud of themselves— which they will express in their appreciation of you!

Respect Others

Think about how you feel when others judge you, and when you feel unappreciated. Would you want to cause that feeling in someone else? Don’t condemn someone for not acting the same way or for not believing the same things you do. Reserve sudden judgment and generalizations after meeting people. You know, deep within yourself, that you are a good person, regardless of what it seems others think of you. Keep an open mind towards others, and consider that everyone feels the same way about themselves, and you have no way of knowing a person’s past or private life without them telling you.

Respect the opinions of others even if they differ from yours. Do not impose your ideas directly. If your solution seems the best, bring evidence to offer them a new perspective, but remember if you forcefully try to change their minds they will retreat and become defensive. If you can, even try to give them the impression that the solution you’re offering comes from them.

Admit that you can be wrong. If you made a mistake, say it (humorously or not) and take responsibility; you will be more respected that way. Feel free to make concessions: some do not cost much and will bring you a lot! Keep in mind that the ultimate goal is NOT to be right, but rather to build meaningful relationships with those around you.

Accept that mistakes can be made, and if the mistake is not that bad, don’t target the culprit directly to give orders or shout. This will make the person you’re talking to feel inferior or incapable, which will eventually cause them to resent you. Just show that the error can be easily repaired. Ask them questions such as: “Would not you like to go and get this file? You would be a great help to me! ”

“Flirt” more

Do more “friendly flirting” by making honest and sincere compliments. Of course, it is not a question of flattering the other person all the time—if you are not honest and natural it will come across forced and ingenuine. Do not hesitate to congratulate and encourage them if you notice something you appreciate. Depending on the circumstances, avoid being too direct in order not to give mixed signals; There are nuances between friendly flirting and sexual flirting. If you go too far with giving compliments, you will no longer be considered as a friend or someone fun to be around, but as a player or someone too eager to please.

Overall, opening yourself up to others will give them permission to open up to you, and will ultimately allow you NOT to feel unappreciated. The last tip that summarizes everything: Be yourself! Don’t overdo any of the above suggestions, and remember to be humble in genuine in your actions.

We Become What We Think About – Define Yourself

Do you pay attention to your thoughts?

A deep understanding of the concept of Creative Thinking can be very essential in Spiritual Psychology. It is this understanding that allows the Conscious Breathing process to be fully constructive and revealing. It can lead someone to take responsibility rather than feel guilty, to act rather than react, to go beyond the restricted universe of a limiting mind. We become what we think about, nothing more, nothing less.

To think, and to think well is an art. To let our thoughts take control of our mental universe is to accept the self-hypnotism that these thoughts operate in our own free will. We have the choice to control our mind rather than being controlled by it. The mind is the instrument and we are the master. Remember, we become what we think about! The mind is our instrument and the consciousness of our essence. If we accept the invasion of the mind as a fatality, it means that we consider ourselves victims of ourselves. However, if we recognize that we create, choose and nurture our beliefs, then we have power over them: we can change them. Only if we accept to recognize that we can give preference to our consciousness and that we can change our thoughts and beliefs,

The concept that thinking can be creative is based on the basic principle that our thought can create our reality. In the way we perceive the world, we experience our reality. And not the reverse!

Our thoughts create our reality – Do we become what we think about?

Most people will state that if they have positive thoughts, then their reality will become positive as well. They see a cause-and-effect relationship there. But they believe that their beliefs are forged from their experiences. They trust that if their beliefs color future experiences, then they themselves come from past experiences, such as the conclusions drawn from these experiences. This is contradictory. It’s generally the opposite that happens. Do we become what we think about?

Most people believe that our experiences shape our belief systems and build our thoughts because we have a habit of drawing conclusions from them. Instead of observing the thoughts that lead them to experience a reality, people prefer to blame life for their thoughts about what they think! Thus, most people believe that their reality is what it is and that they can not change it. They live in the belief that they are victims of reality and that their reality should change in order to change their beliefs instead of the other way around. They live in dependence. It may not be free and sometimes this miracle can actually happen. In fact, the person gives up just the right amount of control to allow himself to experiment with new realities. But this only happens rarely, randomly, and not necessarily in the areas of predilection.

The real miracle exists. The key is in us: we have this fantastic opportunity to change our beliefs. We can dissolve the beliefs that limit us and those that make us suffer.

we become what we think about - creative thinking

Don’t forget, we become what we think about.

To change a belief is to first recognize that belief and to identify it as being limited. By identifying a belief, we recognize it, looking at it in the face. We get to know all the beliefs that drive us. This is the famous: “Know yourself”. Some of these beliefs can keep us in stuck in a situation, experienced too often, and we want to be able to live. Then, by identifying a thought, or a belief, which can keep us, for example, in a behavioral pattern that makes us suffer, we recognize the narrowness and the limits. Instead of turning a blind eye, assuming that it will be better tomorrow, without believing really in either in depth, we can observe this thought that limits us. Even better, we can feel how such thought prevents us from evolving, moving forward, and finally transforming ourselves. We can learn, quite simply, how to feel the very thought that limits us. To feel our limits is to accept that we have these limits. By feeling this way about our limits, we go to the heart of ourselves. We avoid our minds to play a new scenario, carry out sterile analysis, and therefore run around in circles.

Focusing on what we feel, rather than trying to analyze what we think we might be feeling, can be very liberating. By contacting our deepest feelings, we recognize each other, we take care of ourselves. We can then observe what are our true needs and values are. We are focused inside of ourselves and this non-mental introspection does some sort of cleansing, along with some clarification. Things become clearer to us, so much simpler than before. The elements of our feelings, resuming their natural place, lose all of their negative power. It’s as if in a messy office, where everything became complicated and inaccessible, we put all of the outstanding files back where they belonged. Getting in touch with our own feelings can clarify this space, and relieve you of his negative charge. One can not escape perpetually to oneself. And by feeling, we avoid playing games that make us waste time, or add an extra mask to our panoply.

We are constantly changing and denying it would condemn us. This is also a belief, of course, but it goes in the direction of life. To accept this evolution is simply natural. Feeling, at one time or another in our life, that we are cramped, and wanting more space is in the natural order of things. We are not condemned to live always in the same limits, to keep repeating the same patterns, or to live the same experiences. However, if after reading these words you still believe that, it’s time to change your belief. We become what we think about.

We are what we constantly repeat that we are and thus we become what we think about.

You are free to change your beliefs, and it’s safe. This does not mean that you do not take risks, but the risk you take is to stop being a victim: the victim of your own thoughts.

Is it easy to change beliefs?

If you think it is very difficult, then your experiences are going to be very difficult, and you will be able to continue building your old belief systems to better secure yourself. If you think it’s easy, then it will be easy, and life will become a game.

The secret is that you have a choice. You always have had the choice to think about what you want to think. Nobody forces you, now, to think anything, or to think at all. It may have happened in the past, but it is no longer in the present. Your freedom lies in the ever-changing choice and the decision is up to you.

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The essence of Creative Thought

  • is to know oneself better
  • to know and recognize one’s limits
  • respect oneself
  • to love oneself
  • to develop real self-esteem

Creative Thinking is very different from positive thinking. I would go as far to say that they do not relate at all. I would gladly add, for all too often, that positive thinking is the greatest obstacle to Creative Thought. It is also very often the cause of the failure of Creative Thought.

The goal of Creative Thinking is not to think more positively. It is only to remove the negative charge of your limited beliefs. Transforming the negative thoughts into positive thoughts is elusive. How would you believe, spontaneously and consciously, a positive thought on the pretext that it is positive, whereas for years you have nourished the opposite thought? If it were as easy to exchange those negative thoughts for positive thoughts, like a switch is pressed, it would be a long time before anyone would experience depression or pain. In fact, we do not change negative thoughts into positive thoughts, but rather, cover up first with the second.

Thought, or belief, is only the visible surface of something deeper. This something deeper is a feeling, an experience, a thought-form, an energy in the broad sense of the term. This is what is interesting to unveil. And not to cover!

Through Creative Thinking, we can access this hidden part of the iceberg. We reach our subconscious and the very nature of our being. The subconscious is the background, and it is much denser than what is on the surface. And not by hiding, covering, masking, or even repainting, or varnishing what is apparent, can we let our worth shine through. The work on Creative Thought makes it possible, not to transform the negative into positive, but to make our limitations resonate, in order to be able to know our Personal Law, the set of thoughts that form to constitute our being. And that color our personality. When, in our Personal Law, these thought-forms limit us, maintaining our fear, suffering, inertia, etc., we can access them by learning to contact our deepest feelings. When a feeling of security settles in these spaces, our subconscious will liberate towards the conscious mind’s energies, the necessary understandings. This security can be easily established through self-knowledge and acceptance. It is nourished and anchored thanks to the energy that you release just by breathing.

Using positive thinking can put a varnish on a surface instead of stripping it to see what is underneath. It’s hiding the symptoms instead of observing the terrain. It is to deny the existence and the power of our unconscious and to show that we do not trust our subconscious.

To understand and to tame the work which is difficult because very delicate – with Creative Thought, you plunge into the sensitive universe of your deep feelings and let these changes occur naturally. To accept practicing this work on the feelings, it is to show the confidence that we have in us, in our being, more than in our actions. It is manifesting our being rather than trying to prove something by doing it.

At the root of a thought lies a deep feeling. And it is not through analysis of thoughts that we can contact these feelings. Because they lie below the language. Nor is it through the analysis of feelings that we can hope for a true understanding of our inner being. Why? Because when we analyze the feelings, we are in the analysis, and not in the feelings. It is only by feeling very deeply that true understanding can be born. So, at this moment, energies are integrating, energies linked to feeling. The feeling is the present manifestation of a memory whose energies have not been integrated. It’s as if some pieces of a puzzle had not received sufficient attention or energy, to put themselves in their place,

We become what we think about. The power of thoughts is immense so, do not underestimate it. This is reason enough not to give too much attention to this power. If we attribute too much importance to this power, we move away from our deepest feelings.

We become a thinking machine and we become our own product.

To understand that thought is creative you must understand that if we think something is important, then it becomes important. The most important thing is what we feel. And why not what we think? We can think what we want. From day to day our thoughts change. From one season to another, they can oppose. From one year to another, they can contradict each other. We are here, and we have the ability to go from one thought to another. But it is different from our feelings: he is there, stable, present, faithful. It can transform itself, change itself. But unlike the world of thought, it is he who has something to say to us. We make our thoughts do or say what we want, but our deepest feelings have their message to deliver to us. The mind brings us to an “outside”, who is ourselves of course, or a part of us. It’s a creation. The feeling brings us “home”, inward. It’s a real personal achievement.

From victims, we then become creators of our own lives. We then realize how everything is just a perception. We can all the better appreciate what is given to us. Our gratitude for life is even greater. As the proverb tells us:

Beauty is not in the object but in the eye that is looking

The work on Creative Thinking is really accessible only through an understanding of what deep feeling is. This understanding requires a lot of practice because the pitfalls of the mind are subtle and multiple. Often people think “feel”, but they just think about how they feel. So it is best to practice. Aim high, be creative think positive think of the best version you can be – We Become What We Think About!

Fear is Not Real – It’s Only in Your Head

You cannot state that one thing is the ‘source’ or trigger of fear because that is different for everybody. So, when we state ‘fear is not real‘ we suggest it’s not something that exists in the world.

Fear is Not Real – Fear exists in the minds of people who choose it

People have a choice about the best ways to react and ways to view the world, and fear is one of the things we have a choice about. It’s not ‘simple‘ to control your fear and choose not to experience it; however, it’s certainly possible. People who do death-defying stunts and put their lives at risk most likely still experience some level of fear, (Well, the majority of them) but they’ve discovered how to reduce and manage it.

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Fear is Not Real – Fear only exists in your mind.

Anything you’re scared of throughout your life can be analyzed to be either real or thought of as hazardous. It’s either going to damage you, or it’s not. Whether it does or not doesn’t actually matter, when we’re talking about your feelings to it and your fear.

The journey of success starts with the overcoming of our fears. We have to attack our fears as they are not real and you can not let any of your fears limit you from living your life to the fullest. Whatever you are afraid of, just do it, do not sit around thinking precisely what is going to happen because an action is the only thing that will eliminate any doubt. Breakaway from the masses who are living their worries, instead of living their dreams. Who’s life are you living, is this the life you planned for yourself, or this what you just fell under because of your scenarios? Well, now the time has actually come to awaken to your true greatness and live life to a higher standard.

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You have absolutely nothing to lose. So, chase your dreams, go after exactly what you desire and do all the essential things that you want to do. Don’t just merely manage, living an average life. I urge you to begin today, do something about it, and attempt different things until you find what you are destined to do. Make a list of all the important things you wish to do and do them, don’t worry if you fail because failure is the stepping stone to success. Failure is what makes us stronger if we use it to our advantage and learn from it.

The very best strategy I have actually found to conquer fear is, right at that moment when you hesitate, move on, push forward, break that invisible barrier that is holding you back and work through it.

“Fear is not real. The only place that fear can exist is in our thoughts of the future. It is a product of our imagination, causing us to fear things that do not at present and may not ever exist. That is near insanity. Do not misunderstand me the danger is very real but fear is a choice.”
Will Smith

Live your life fearlessly, and strive for achievement. I would instead try for something and stop working then to never ever try at all. Success pertains to those who fall, however, refuse to quit and keep going until they win. You are predestined for something higher than a typical life.

Be Happy – Enjoy the Simple Things in Life

Be Happy – Enjoy the Simple Things in Life

What are some of the most simple things in life that we can all enjoy? Do you enjoy the simple things in life? You might consider some simple things in life to be the beautiful shining stars on a bright night, the blue sky on a sunny day, the grass, the flowers, the warm touch of the sun, your lover’s eyes, the laughs of your kids, etc. All these things are always there, constantly surrounding us, offering us their subtle magic.

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enjoy the simple things in life – Photo by Alvin Balemesa on Unsplash

However, it’s not every day that we stop to watch and enjoy them, and sometimes we seem to forget that they even exist.

Only when you miss out on those beautiful things or when we find ourselves having maybe not the best upbringing do we suddenly appreciate what constitutes our heart and all these internal strings that make the music of our existence and which give it meaning.

Now, everyone is free to complicate their lives as much as they want, we all have the right to take risks, to have dreams and a social circle as wide and varied as we want.

What really matters is not to lead a simple life, but to try and simplify your thoughts and to be able to determine what is really important to us, what truly makes our heart happy.

From there, we are all free to inspect our own micro-universes. We invite you to reflect on this topic; enjoy the simple things in life.

Simple Things are the Greatest Things in Life

We can all think of at least something that we would never give up, even in exchange for the most incredible wealth: the lives of our children, our companion, our brothers and sisters … even our animal’s company because they give us so much and what they are offering is an emotional exchange that is priceless.

Now, sometimes, life does not make it easy for us; for example, sometimes you know that it is your children who matter the most to you but, you have no choice but to work all day, which prevents you from spending as much time as you would like close to them.

You would like, no doubt, for everything to be easier, that’s why occasionally you feel as if you’re lost amongst the pressures and obligations that day after day are moving away from what is true and essential to your being.

That is why it would be interesting to take the time to think about these different aspects.


Live Fully and Consciously

To live fully and consciously is to know what time of your life you are living in, to live inside the present moment, here and now.

We must take into account what our heart and our needs tell us. It may be, for example, that working more gives you the opportunity to have more things, but you are aware that despite everything, you prefer to spend this time with your family.

To live fully is also to understand that every effort is worth it because every single thing you do makes you happy and offers happiness to others closest to you.

If there is no reciprocity, there is no fullness. Look at your life as if it were a cycle: if you are not in harmony with yourself and what is going on around you, then it will be very hard for you to be happy.

Enjoy Simple Pleasures; it’s a Way of Life

Not everyone knows how to enjoy the simple pleasures of life; some are simply unable to see them when others do not know how to appreciate them or they just lean towards material things or the immediate satisfaction, the one that does not endure …

To appreciate simple pleasures is a way of life that many cultivate because they already have adequate interior peace without artifice.

We’ll leave you with, some simple pleasures that lead us to discover the small pleasures of which we had then never expected:

  • The pleasure of beautiful friendships
  • The pleasure of a hello and an unexpected caress
  • The pleasure of contagious laughter of a child
  • The pleasure of this intoxicating wind after a storm
  • The pleasure of a sun drowning in the ocean in absolute silence
  • The pleasure of getting up on a Sunday without any worry

How to Enjoy the Simple Things in Life & be happy?

Enjoy life. Enjoy the simple things in life.

How Hard Work Beats Talent – Get Motivated

If you take a careful look, you will notice that some individuals are not as talented as others at certain things. But, they can still have a chance of making it to the top if they work for it. This suggests that skills still count, however, hard work can put you right up there. Hard work beats talent.

Hard Work Beats Talent When Talent Doesn’t Strive

There are lots of people who although talented, have lost their presence and have not naturally strived to support themselves. These sorts of people might be prominent and famous, but in the long term and the larger photo, fade into the background when more experienced and ‘hard-working’ individuals come onto the scene.

It boils down to your work ethic and what that work ethic costs. The effort you’re ready to put into something. As many individuals come to understand, with life, you get what you put into it. So, if you’ve got something you’re passionate about, something you wish to do, work for it, and the talent will come to you.

A skill can be thought of as a gift. An ability that’s a cut above the rest and lets the individual stand out at the job in question. However, talent does not always come naturally and may need to be worked for.

Individuals can often work hard to develop a skill and what appears to be a gift is merely the result of working hard for a prolonged duration. A lot of famous people are accessible to become like, not because they’ve hit ‘overnight success’ but because behind the scenes they’re really just working very hard.

Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard.

―Tim Notke

“Hard work beats talent when talent fails to work hard.”

― Kevin Durant

Establish Your Talent Through Hard Work

The more work you put into something, the more you’ll get out of it. For example, if you wish to become more healthy and athletic. Then consume healthy foods, exercise, and although you might not have the natural ‘skill’ or aptitude for it in the beginning, in time and with a concentrated amount of true effort, you’ll become successful.

People will consider you talented but what’s happened is that you’ve ended up being a master through repetition, belief and effort! Which is a great way to be because then you’ve understood that when you’ve ‘made it’ in whatever choices of life, you know you’ve made the right ones and that the effort was worth it.

Talent and disposition matter, however, you require more. To master precisely what you do, you need a lot of practice. You need to comprehend the work style that comfortably adapts to your abilities and develops the finest your capabilities.

It doesn’t matter exactly what your talent is; you do not have to know what it is. Just what’s crucial is to put a lot of hard work and devotion into precisely what you strive to do. Both qualitative and quantitative terms.

Find a way to let working hard take you in. Be grateful when a sale does not come just to you, but your peers. It causes you to learn the worth of hard work.

Effort beats ability in life because when life winds up getting stormy, only those people that have appreciated and learned the value of hard work over talent will survive.

That suggests that ability still counts, however hard work puts you right up there alongside it.

The more work you put into something, the more you’ll get out. You have to comprehend the work design that finest adapts to your abilities and establishes the finest of your capabilities. End up being consumed with working hard. It helps you to find out the value of hard work. 


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