Don’t get caught up worrying about things that don’t really matter. Life can be too short.

If you’re happy in your job, but think you should have a job that gives you more income, you have to realize that money is not the most important thing in life. Waking up every day and looking forward to going to work or your job is more important.

There is always going to be someone who is richer than you, has more than you, is prettier than you, is more handsome than you, has more friends than you—so don’t even think about it!  The expression “the grass is always greener on the other side (of the fence)”— people always think they would be happier in a different set of circumstances. Usually if they really knew the circumstances, they would be very happy where they are.

You don’t have to be the best at something to enjoy doing it. As long as you do it and enjoy doing it—that is all that matters.

In order to be successful, you have to be ready to take a risk. If  you fail or are rejected—it’s part of the process. “Nothing ventured, nothing gained,” as the expression goes. Whether it is a relationship that fell apart, a job you didn’t get or got fired from, or an opportunity you didn’t get or take advantage of. If you don’t take risks, you will never accomplish anything.

No one had a perfect childhood or a perfect life. When you think about your past, think about how the things that hurt you made you stronger. Think about the positive things that came from your past—whether it be your talents, your creativity, your drive to succeed or your empathy for other people.






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