Posts Tagged ‘push’

Advocate for Yourself!

Sunday, September 25th, 2016

No ContactThere is no one, absolutely no one in the world who will advocate for you like you can for yourself.

You can have the most loving friends, family, spouse, children, co-workers, neighbors, etc. but in the end they can not do for you what you can do for yourself.

If you feel there is something you need or must have, a goal or an achievement that is important to you; get as much information as you can. If you want, ask for advice but in the end you must do the work.

You won’t win every time on your journey. There will be setbacks missteps and mistakes.

I make mistakes daily. Sometimes hourly. There are times when I am completely frustrated because I forgot one step. Forgetting one step can be costly in sales but if I didn’t make mistakes I wouldn’t learn a darn thing.

If you face frustrations on your journey know that others face frustrations too. We all have our struggles no matter what path we’re on.

I used to think that there must be one thing I was missing and if I knew what that one thing was my struggles would disappear. I would suddenly know exactly what to do and everything would fall into place.

It is not that way for any of us! There is no aha answer to every problem though there are aha moments where we do understand something that had up to that point mystified us.

You will always know your journey better than anyone else will.

You will also know where you can push yourself and where you need to pull back but remember it is so much easier to pull back on a regular basis…much harder to go forward even when what lies ahead is completely unknown.

How about you? What are you struggling with? What are you going to do to move forward?

Good Luck!
 

 

 

A Little Not Ready

Wednesday, December 11th, 2013

I always did something I was a little not ready to do. I think that’s how you grow.When there’s that moment of  ‘Wow, I’m not really sure I can do this,’ and you push through those moments, that’s when you have a breakthrough.

Marissa Mayer

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Being Self-Destructive

Sunday, November 14th, 2010

To sit back and push away and deal with it sometime down the road is dishonest and self-destructive.     Russell Train