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How I recommit each day to having an unbeatable spirit

I am so proud of myself for having a spirit of perseverance and proud of myself for trying to reach for more.

Life can be discouraging and we all have tough situations, I have sometimes felt like giving up, I refuse to quit. I am a true fighter and I welcome challenges as my victories are even sweeter when I overcome difficult obstacles.

As I strive to achieve my goals, I sometimes meet resistance, (fear, self-sabotage) but I disregard my instinct to throw in the towel, I ignore the voice telling me to give up as I now know that this voice means me no good and wants to stop me from moving forward.

I have noticed that my passion consumes my life. I look at my passions the same way I look at my loved ones, I think about them each day and recommit to them.

My faith is stronger because of my unbeatable spirit. I believe that broken relationships can be mended. I take the time each morning to reaffirm the beliefs that are important to me.

I also believe that I am meant to succeed, we all are, we all were born to succeed!  Giving up is not an option, My mission is to claim what belongs to me.

Today, I am proud of my unbeatable spirit, I use it to give me courage to persevere. I commit to finding a way around challenges or obstacles, even when the path seems difficult.  The more difficult the path the stronger I become the more courage I develop.

Ask your self these questions:

  1. How can I keep things from conquering me?

2. When have I been able to step back and let a situation play out?

3. Why does discouragement sometimes keep me from pursuing my dreams?

4. How can I be courageous through difficult situations?

5. What can I do for myself to push through?

How To Achieve Your Full Potential

Through out your life, people have made the statement that you have a lot
of potential. We all have potential, but who is around to help us find it or see it for ourselves. What good is potential if you’re unable to capitalize on it?

Potential is a funny thing. It can’t be quantified, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be cultivated.

Here are some tips that can help you reach your highest potential:

  1. Keep your eyes open. We all miss countless opportunities to maximize our
    potential and better our lives. We get stuck in the same mental routines and fail
    to see all the opportunities around us. An open mind is crucial to reaching your
    full potential.

2. Work on your strengths. Your greatest achievements will likely be a product of
your strengths. Expect to spend some time fully developing your ability to apply
your strengths to all aspects of your life.

3. Work on your weaknesses. While your weaknesses probably won’t take you
far, they can certainly limit you. Most people avoid their weaknesses and refuse
to work on them.
For example, you can see this at the gym. People like to do the exercises
they’re already good at. However,they avoid the exercises they’re bad at
like the plague.

4. Find a coach or even good mentor can save years of struggle and effort. The ideal
coach started where you’re starting, and has achieved the success you’re
after. The best coaches are great teachers.

5. Set goals.Setting goals is cliché, but how can anyone expect to achieve
something great if they haven’t defined it beforehand? It’s important to know
specifically where you’re going.
A few minutes spent on defining your endpoint is invaluable.

6. Be assertive. Have you ever noticed that assertive people are the ones that
tend to get what they want? Being passive is rarely an effective strategy. Be
willing to ask for what you want. Countless people have failed to get what they
want simply due to the fear of asking for it.

7. Step outside of your comfort zone . The greatest achievers frequently upset a lot of people.Think about how hostile everyone was when it was suggested that the world
was round or that the Earth revolved around the sun instead of the other way around.
Be brave enough to express your uniqueness.

8. Focus on doing instead of thinking. Most people learn, think, and plan too
much. Action results in change and progress. However, that doesn’t mean you
ought to make poor, unintelligent choices.
Try to spend at least 10 hours taking action to 1 hour of pondering, instead of
the other way around.
How well would it work if you spent 10 hours planning your exercise
routine for every hour you actually exercised? You’d be an out of shape
armchair expert.

9. It’s not just hard work that matters, but rather hard, smart work. Working
hard on things that don’t matter won’t help anyone reach their highest
potential. Ensure you’re spending your time on important activities.
Although certain activities and tasks are less appealing than others, that’s
what makes your achievements worth it in the end. Becoming great is
challenging!

It’s doubtful that anyone comes close to reaching their full potential, but all of us can
do much more than what we’re currently doing. Decide to become the best possible
version of yourself. Find a coach and make an intelligent plan. Work that plan to the
best of your ability. You can live up to that potential everyone is always talking about.

It is all up to you! know body can do it for you but you!

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Fear What comes to your mind?

So what was the first thing that came to your mind?

  • Fear of snakes
  • Fear of spiders
  • Fear of the dark
  • Fear of heights

These are the first things that normally come to mind when asked the question?

The Fear I am referring to is the Fear that most of us are not even aware of:

  • Fear of success
  • Fear of failure
  • Fear of commitment
  • Fear of moving forward

Fear is self-sabotage! it’s that little negativity whispering in our ear “Don’t” you must not listen and courageously push forward.

What are your fears?

We all have fears that sabotage our life, and sometimes we don’t even realize that it is fear that stops us from moving forward.

what are you fearful of?

Please let me know what your fears are? or what you think they are?

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