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How to Stop Feeling Like a Failure and Get Your Life Back on Track

How To Stop Feeling Like A Failure And Get Your Life Back On Track

Many times in my life I have felt like a failure. That’s the moment when there is no one to give you a helping hand and a direction so you can feel a little more confident in yourself and where you are going. As like you are bleeding in the middle of a street, screaming for help, and everyone is looking at you strangely, as like you are odd, unimportant, useless.

Chances are many times you’ve felt like a failure, too, and I totally understand. So I am here to help. And because it doesn’t have to be that dark, let’s cheer this up a bit.

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11 Childlike Qualities that Will Help You Light Up the World with Your Ideas

11 Childlike Qualities That Will Help You Light Up The World With Your Ideas

After watching Star Wars the other they, I lit up like the saber of Obi-Wan Kenobi. This guy definitely knows how to use his lightsaber. And the schvrmmmm-kwishuuuuu sound that it makes, reminded me of the sound of my childhood days where I’d constantly play, uncaring about what others think of me.

All grown-ups were once children. But only few of them remember it. That’s your parents, brothers and sisters, cousins, your friends and so on. They were all children. They were all creative, free-willed, curious, and innocent in their understanding of what’s possible.

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4 Unbelievably Simple Tips for Attracting a Tribe that Loves You (Even if You Feel Totally Confused and Left Out)

4 Unbelievably Simple Tips For Attracting A Tribe That Loves You (Even If You Feel Totally Confused And Left Out)
You see, the world has been organized in tribes almost ever since its very beginning. There have been all kinds of diversity among people and nations.

Back in times, people led wars over lands and territories to prove their strength and power. They didn’t know what else to do, but to fight and conquer those who were in opposition to them. Those who had different ways of living and being, those who thought differently and did differently, those who were not from their tribe, but loyal to their own social group.

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Everyday Is an Opportunity

Everyday Is An Opportunity

Every day is an opportunity. An opportunity to either get your shit together. And get excited about your life. Or let your mind control you. And keep bullshitting yourself.

People often tell me how their life sucks. And how they wished they could’ve lived differently. How they want to lead a life full of adventures and start rewriting their story.

These are words mostly coming from youngsters. Guys and gals in late adolescence and early twenties.

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Don’t Jump Into Conclusions

Don’t Jump Into Conclusions

When I am reading a book, I always try to correlate a passage of it with a familiar situation or a person I know.

While there is nothing wrong with that, sometimes it may be kind of delusional. Or so I think. Because it’s like trying to judge somebody based on what you’ve heard and think, without even having taken the time to get to know the whole situation first. So you end up misjudging others.  

Humans are complicated creatures. And as much as we may share some common things like anatomical structure, there are many other factors that make us different from each other.

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Do Something (Even If You Hesitate)

Do Something (Even If You Hesitate)

I spend a lot of time on my own. So there is hardly anyone around me I can argue with. But the other day, a friend of mine came. And so we went out for a drink and a little chit-chat.

We started talking. Just like the dudes do. I don’t know what really happened, but the third dude (we’ll call him Tim) who was with us, and also a friend of ours, somewhat jumped into the conversation me and Peter had. We paused for a second.

Then, Peter turned to Tim and asked him how was he and if he was planning to do something in the upcoming months.

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All You Need is Twenty Seconds of Insane Courage

All You Need Is Twenty Seconds Of Insane Courage

You study, but can’t focus. Telling yourself that tomorrow will be different. And that you will finish that article. Start reading that new book. Launch your website. Save money and make an investment. Or maybe buy a gym membership. And start getting a ripped, lean and mean machine. You wish you could start all this today.

But then…

The next day comes. And you are filled with regret. The regret of not finishing your article. Still haven’t started reading your book. Or you are half-way through your university coursework due for tomorrow. The gym membership – still in your cupboard and gathering dust.

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