Prove it to yourself sometimes is more hard then you anticipate, because life is tough, that’s a given.
When you stand up, you’re gonna be shoved back down. When you’re down, you’re gonna be stepped on. My advice to you doesn’t come with a lot of bells and whistles.
It’s no secret, you’ll fall down, you stumble, you get pushed, you land square on your face.
And every time that happens, you get back on your feet. You get up just as fast as you can, no matter how many times you need to do it.
Remember this, success has been and continues to be defined as getting up one more time than you’ve been knocked down. If experience has taught me anything, it’s that nothing is free and living ain’t easy.
Life is hard, real hard, incredibly hard. You fail more often than you win, nobody is handing you anything. It’s up to you to puff up your chest, stretch your neck and overcome all that is difficult, the nasty, the mean, the unfair.
You want more than what you’ve now, PROVE IT! You want beat the very best out there that is, get out there and earn it!
Once you decide that, you’ll know where it is you want to be, then you won’t stop pushing forward until you get there!
That’s how winners are made. At the end of the day, success is what we all want.
We all wanna win, and the race will be won.
There is no question about that. So c’mon, get out on top, run faster, dream bigger, live better than you ever have before.
This is in you. You can do this. Do it for yourself. Prove it to yourself! 👉🏆
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