Whether it is an exam in school or an upcoming project. There is always a time in your life where you stop believing in yourself. Just like in elementary school when the one rebellious classmate spills the beans about Santa Claus being a phony. These joys that we grew up with as children are slowly taken away from us by negative people.
The same people that tell you to “Grow Up”
are the same people who gave up on themselves a long time ago. The person who told you that your idea is “stupid” and that it will “never work” is the same person who is jealous of your good ideas.
We all may not believe in Santa Claus forever, but you should
never stop believing in yourself.
As soon as you start listening to the haters, you’re letting the negativity dictate what you can and cannot do.
Now, this doesn’t mean you should keep chasing that dream of becoming an NBA superstar or a Hollywood movie star. Don’t be that guy or gal who is going around telling everyone about how they’re going to make it big when they’re the same person who isn’t practicing what they preach.
Having trouble? A book we recommend reading is called “A Whole New Mind” by Daniel Pink. This is an easy read that will allow you to stop seeing problems, but start seeing solutions. Once you start looking at things that you considered a nuisance and brainstorm the answer. Then, you will find yourself opening up
doors that before looked like windows.