Get Out Your Comfort Zone
Have you ever met a person who always seemed mad or upset at something and you never understood them until you realized their anger wasn’t purposely directed towards anyone? That person is what we call a Debbie Downer or a Sensitive Steve. Some people simply don’t understand why, and they continue to ask why am I here? What did I do to be put in this situation? What a lot of you need to do is stop directing your Why’s to the public. We don’t know why, we’re just on the outside looking in. We can only assume and project a suggestion from observation, which can sometimes clout your thoughts on your next move. The only person you should be questioning is yourself. If you can sit down to re-evaluate your life and you can honestly vouch that every decision you’ve made thus far has been your best, you should be proud of yourself, but that’s highly impossible. Piggy backing off the quote I posted earlier within the week
“Never regret. If it’s good, it’s wonderful. If it’s bad, its experience.”
At the end of the day, we all want so much for ourselves and our loved ones but the world we live in involves so many obstacles and distractions that we sometimes lose focus on our purpose directing our energy towards unconnected interference’s leading to Le’ Struggle. Remember, our comfort zone is a great place but nothing ever grows there. If you want to see change, you have to change. Think differently than you did yesterday. Starting today, strive to be great.
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