Don't Let The Lack You Limit Yourself To Move Forward

Don't Let The Lack You Limit Yourself To Move Forward
Don't Let The Lack You Limit Yourself To Move Forward

We all, whoever you are no exception, must have a deficiency and excess. Sometimes the shortages are seen more dominating than the advantages that we have. Some people are so easily exposed to the disease. Some other people so hard it arranges their finances. Some of the other difficulties to communicate and build a relationship, and much more.

Of those, many consider that the difficulties they face as a bad luck or fate – but I emphasize here: not all people. Some of them were thus facing obstacles-huge obstacles in his life and even still struggling to achieve something that they dream of. They rise above their flaws and not let their flaws that limit them to come forward.

All of that is your choice, to think of it as fate/destiny or a challenge that must be faced.

Some time ago I met an old friend. I first knew him as someone who is less good in communicating. He was quite successful in the business network that he runs. He often served as speakers in seminars in a business network that he runs.

I'm sure once, there must be a minimum of 1 person from your friends that can stand erect above the drawback. Or perhaps even your own. If so, raise your thumb for you.

If you watch carefully, actually lots of people who face obstacles that much more awesome than we have experienced. They may lose both legs or they are born and live in poverty is a very highly. But whatever the difficulties faced, you will always find people that can be circumvented.

Here are some examples:

– Lance Armstrong, lost one of his testicles due to cancer and suffering very greatly on his body due to the chemotherapy that he lives. But he was able to win the Tour de France as much as 7 times – a championship of the world's most prestigious bicycle race.

– Ringo Starr, drummer of the band the Beatle. He came from a very poor family. Life is always accompanied by a childhood disease and spent most of his time in the hospital.

– Hellen Keller, at the age of 19 months suddenly fell ill and then lose the sense of hearing and vision, where he was aktif-aktifnya learn to speak as a toddler her age. He eventually became speaker and motivator who is world famous and became the lawyer for many social cases.

– Wilma Rudolph, since small suffered from measles, chicken pox, mumps, pneumonia and even polio. Due to polio, his legs became so weak and the shape is changed. The doctor said that he would never be able to walk again. Wilma Rudolph was later recorded as a 3-winning 1960 Olympic gold medal run in the race.

– Mark Inglis, had an accident while climbing a mountain, resulting in both legs had to be amputated. But after the incident, he climbed Mount Everest – the mountain of terganas in the world.

The above examples are cases where people faced extreme obstacles, and you might think it's easy for me to write their stories. But that's not the issue. His thought is: what you can do behind your flaws, whatever that is.

As I have pointed out at the beginning that we all definitely has flaws, and even though you resigned against obstacles obstacles you face, you will always find people who can overcome the obstacles. You will only see their success just the same hurdle you are facing or are you precisely that managed to overcome obstacles. The attitude we encounter is the main hurdle.

"The obstacles obstacles cannot stop you. Problems cannot stop you. No one else can stop you. Only you can stop on your own. "
– Jeffrey Gitomer –

Before I end this article, I would like to request a few minutes of your time to see a video clip. This video tells the story of a guy named Nick Vujicic, who was born without legs and arms. Living with many obstacles, even some people mention an impossible hurdle he was going through. But Nick was really wonderful, it can through everything like a normal person. Nick has now become a source of hope and inspiration to millions of people on Earth.