It’s okay to be disappointed when things don’t go your way, but you can’t allow yourself to dwell on it. Focusing too much on what went wrong will prevent you from seeing the path toward making things right. An effort toward hopefulness will be rewarded.
There are some pretty good ideas percolating in your head right now, but that’s all they are: ideas. If you want to bring any of them to fruition, you’re going to need to find a way to nurture them so that they might have an opportunity to grow.
Just because a thing costs more doesn’t mean it’s the best or most effective option. This is true whether we’re talking about money or something more abstract. Do your research and make sure that what you’re getting is worth what you’re paying.
The notion of truth means different things to different people, but you’ve long had a knack for knowing it when you hear it. See if you can cut through the noise and find it; just one true thing will be enough to get you through the day.
Be wary of those trying to get closer to you – they may have ulterior motives. This doesn’t mean that you should close yourself off from the possibility of new friends and new experiences, though. Just go into these interactions with your eyes open.
You can’t be afraid to make mistakes. Failure is just part of life; the things we do wrong are often what lead us to the right places in the end. And remember: being successful just three times out of ten will get you into the Hall of Fame.
It can be tempting to turn inward and isolate yourself from the world around you. You need to resist that urge. Not because there’s anything wrong with solitude, but because there’s a big opportunity looming on the horizon that’s yours if you can grab it.
Sometimes, what’s left unsaid is even more important than what is being spoken. Make sure that you’re paying attention – people are giving you all sorts of non-verbal clues about how they really feel. Focus on those clues rather than the words.
There are those who will try to pressure you into making a snap decision, claiming urgency or scarcity. Don’t let them push you around; you’ve got enough time to really think about the choices that you’re making. Above all else, be patient.
You need to remember that growth is often a very gradual thing. While you might notice any changes from day to day, you need to be confident that they are happening. Sometime soon, you’re going to look around and realize just how far you’ve come.
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