Here’s how many have done so: ● First, it’s not the absence of failure that makes you a winner. It’s your response to failure that actually helps to cushion the difficulties that you undergo. There is one efficient response to failure— practicality, a common sense that if one method does not work, then the other will or might. ● Disappointment also gives you an incentive to greater effort, harder work, which slowly leads to later success in most cases. ● Repeated failure will teach you to drop your mask, to stop playing you are someone else.
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life I have a confession to make: I have a weak spot for the word "Counterintuitive". I am not sure why. Maybe it is because when I was young my intuitions told me to run away from any effort or stress. My intuition was clouded by fears and skepticism. Now my intuition and I are good friends and I trust her, still, I like "Counterintuitive".
Let them.” And what I found was it can be really challenging to let people do nice things for you when you aren’t sure how you feel about yourself. It can also be really healing, as you learn to love yourself and accept yourself just as you are, without putting any more requirements on yourself, or any more expectations on yourself, to let people love you simply because you have decided you are worth the effort. My favorite saying is “ Being alone is better than bad coming.” The truth is we are not alone. We have never been alone. We are part of a bigger drama unfolding.
In order to success, conformity has always been seen as very efficient but what I feel is truly key and could differentiate you from a whole is confidence and the affirmation in what you believe is right. With that in mind, it is important to understand your own comfort zone and have the courage to step outside of it to thrive. Masks all around the world are used to share a specific message and mine is one of self-affirmation because it has been something I, myself struggled with. Nevertheless, it seems to be confusing how can people influence and control us this much, and the answer to this question lies behind who are we
They consider them over and done with. They are confident that they can handle what life gives them (“ISFJ Personality - The Defender”). Of course, there are times when I become irritated, but I always try to keep my temper under control. Some things do stress me, but overall I try not to let it bother me. There have been times when I have made foolish decisions, but there is nothing I can do about it now.
Often we do not choose the situation, which we must accept as inherent in life, and so we should be satisfied with all that we have. One of the most stressful factors is the constant thought that you cannot cope. We should be realistic and establish goals that we can achieve and also think about all the risk involved. In other words, we should readjust our standards, redefine success for perfection. It is necessary that and we must never give up even if there is a little sense of frustration.
Certain situations and problems will continue to arise; but your improved level of happiness will simply resolve these with what appears to be little effort. When an obstacle is thrown upon your path, happiness will provide you with the energy to leap over it. Had you been sad you would have collided with the
Uncertainty has many rewards. For example, making friends requires the risk of being rejected. Other examples are making decision between two options, taking on opportunities. Which is why it’s important for individuals to face the fear of uncertainty and to not let this fear prevent them from going beyond their comfort zone because this will help you overcome, understand, and achieve greater things in life. People who face uncertainty are able to learn new things because taking risk leads to rewards.
At first, I thought this career would not be suited for me because I did not think it matched my personality very well since I am more of an introvert. However, I also believe I should not doubt my abilities and just take the power away from my anxiety who says I can not. I will merely just do my best to learn and be the best I can be. If you never fight through challenges you will never grow. I like the idea of case management because families who have a child with a disability need as much help as they can get.
I tried to just “think positively” and believe “this will just fade over soon;” however, while that may have worked in the past when I was sleeping well, I had to come to terms that these feelings will not be fading soon, and that I did not feel good – I felt horrible. I felt tried, I felt angry, I felt a surge of bitterness that this is happening to me. And as I embraced these feelings, I began to realize that there is nothing wrong with what I was feeling. These emotions were not wrong or negative, they were natural and necessary, and as I embraced them, their