As you progress on the journey of your life and create the success, relationships and health you want, it will take control of you. You have a great responsibility to make the right decisions and focus on things that really matter. In my first years, for thirty-thirty years, I looked for a silver shot that would lead me to wealth, importance and success. I did not feel talented, talented, talented, or impressive education needed to enter the market and make a lot of effort.
I was introduced slowly into an amazing world of personal development and I started applying for what I could where I could. That's when I started producing things in my life, which I could only imagine, would happen years before.
While I was in the 8th grade in class, my teacher asked the class: "Who among you think you could grow and be president of the United States?" I only raised my hand to have my teacher dismissed my finger on me. I was told from my teacher that I would never be much or make much of my life, because I was from a small town and from a poor family. This idea was with me for a long time. I began to believe this statement. True, what you think and believe appears in your life, good or bad.
I started cutting the course as a school as a whole. I hung up with the wrong crowd and got into trouble and nearly went to prison for a while. I'm sorry for my father's face and how it made me feel. It was one of about five key issues in my life. I made a promise of myself that day that I would never do it again and I never did.
Before my dad died, he told me how proud he was of me and proud of what I had done with my life. It was worth so much to hear him say that. So many people get bad programming from an early age and they do not have a fair chance of building a good life for themselves. They get programmed by bad teachers, parents, media and other documentaries in their lives. The great thing about bad programming is that you can change it. You can start now. If you are nineteen or ninety, you can begin to rediscover your mind by breaking the message you need.
I did not discuss science with a science student at universities here in North Carolina. I told him that every scientist I know and talk to is so arrogant and believe that they make sense that they are better thinkers and what they say is absolute and if anyone has another opinion from them, then that person must be moron .
Well, of course, he took an offense, I have no idea why. He suggested that I could misunderstand them. Then the trend was introduced in the debate. He said, "If you know the facts and have another opinion, you are idiot with bad judgment." Oh, sorry, I misunderstand the other scientist who said, "If you do not share your opinion, you're idiot." You cleaned it all for me. I say it grim.
I do not like the idea that others try to express their opinions on people by telling them to be a fool. I've never been consistent and do not think I'll ever be. I form my own opinions from my own experience, court and research, no matter what the subject is. What others do not think about you and should not define who you really are. Do not take these matters personally. Just continue with confidence and grace.
I think almost everything is possible. Not so many years ago if you were to say that America would have a Black Man as his president you would have been laughed at. Presidential presidential elections in 2008 end this announcement. So many people down through the years have been said they were in the fools and that their ideas were only far-fetched dreams about impossible situations. Einstein was thought to be slow and some said stupid when he was a young boy. The Wright brothers were considered to be fools of many. Many successful men and women throughout history have had their share of critics. But it's not critics & # 39; Inspection that makes the dream come true – it's a talent to keep going despite the odds.
You will always have people in your life who will never see it for you. It's fine; Keep on working on yourself and your dreams and do your things to promote this world.
Keep on being curious daily. Always keep in mind learning new things, to go on new adventures. Be creative and clever every moment. Invest about 5% of your income in yourself and look at your life cycle for the better.
The most important things you need for endless recovery
1. Talk to work on your progress.
2. Focus. It's easy to get aside. Know where you are going.
3. Help others when you can.
4. Always take action. Life without action is life without purpose.
5. Learn all you can about how your mind and body work.
6. Learn from previous mistakes.
7. Get new information regularly and use it.
"Anyone who stops learning is old, whether he's twenty and eight. Everyone who continues to stay young." – Henry Ford