Everything that happens to us happen for a reason, there’s no doubt about it, it’s the cause-effect relationship. What’s more, once in a while, one thing leads to another. Now we have lot of options available but the one we shouldn’t choose is locking ourselves in the cage of fears and crying over past heartaches, embarrassment and failures. Instead, we should learn from every experience, good or bad and use this experience as a foundation for self improvement, personal growth and success.
Things being what they are, when does self improvement turn into success? When is personal growth significant enough to make a difference, to step us up on a new level?
I think we should first stop considering ourselves and feel like we’re a disappointment, for us and for the people around us, we’re definitely not. If, for some reasons, we’re at the bottom, we should embrace the situation, deal with it and move forward. Or up. The thing to remember is, to have a chance of being accepted by others, we should first accept ourselves.
I know we’re so addicted to TV and the nice, successful people we see there every single day. Well, when choosing a role model we should only take the good in them. Judgement is of paramount importance, we shouldn’t fall for the fancy clothes or the smart talking, they’re only a facade of a real person who is most likely a lot different than what we see on TV. It’s also about self acceptance, we most probably live different lives so with us it’s not about beautiful legs or great abs or expensive clothes, we should stick to our reality and accept it with a clear mind.
No matter how low you are, help other people. When you see them feeling down, help them move up. This won’t only really help them, but you’ll be close to them, able to observe their transformation. With just a little help and support from your side, you’ll be able to learn a lot from their experience. This will empower you to help yourself up from your current situation, will make you see what you have to do more clearly. Things will be easier, for sure. It’s about learning from somebody else’s experience and when…