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Mental Health Message, Lessons From The Past

Here's the thing about life...

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Life is full of ups and downs, and a lot of it!

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The problem can be that the abundance of downs can make someone overwhelmed into thinking life has mostly downs and they are unlucky to be born this way. Then structure their day to day, thoughts, actions, emotions, and goals to this pattern, keeping them stuck and feeling like life is unfair to them and nothing can work.

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The thing I always overlooked was seeing success through others, which made me think it was destined for them, the lucky ones, whereas I was unfortunately born unlucky.

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The character traits to be successful is to have the ability to live in the present with the vision of the future and lessons from the past. You also cannot have success without failure and adversity.

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So seeing someone succeed is the disguise of a stubborn failure.

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My "unlucky" mindset was that of living in the past, disrupting my focus on the present, blinding me, and eliminating possibilities for the future.

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Flipping mindset was one of the hardest things that I have done and am still working on doing.

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The great thing is, it’s never too late, there is help out there for you, and plenty of resources and recipes to succeed. We are all in this together, and believe it or not, most people who can help you have gone through what the glass half empty, unlucky, victim mind has gone through before, and conquered it. Who better to learn from?

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The ultimate lesson is, you’re more in control of your life than you may possibly be able to currently understand. And you are less alone than you think.

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Which means at the end of the day, you choose to hold yourself back, or not. People who operate on a higher vibration can easily see this in others, the blind, if you will...

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I never pulled this trick after trying it for years. But now I make a living as a cycling expert. Because I’m a stubborn failure in disguise.



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