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Remember who you are..

Remember who you are..


Everyone has good days. Everyone has bad days. We ALL must get through each type of day no matter the path we choose in life. We know that it's not what happens, it's how you react to it. We know that, BUT what do you do when there's no patience left? What do you do when all the positive is gone? What do you do when the motivator needs motivating?

 You must do one thing. You must remember who you are.

I'm a firm believer in putting past experiences behind you, whether good or bad. If your past has been sub-par, reflecting on those experiences may deteriorate your self image. If your past has been one of success and happiness, reflecting on those may feel so good you may not move on. Repeatedly reading your "press clippings" may be one of the worst things you can do to yourself, literally and figuratively. With that said, it IS acceptable to GLANCE at them once in a while..

Sometimes you've got to look at what you've accomplished. You've got to remind yourself what you've overcome. You've got to remember who you've helped. Understand the impact you've made. Remember you fought when others folded. Relive the moment where you felt the most successful.....for the moment. Celebrate...for the moment. 

Then..

Remember who made you. You were made to be powerful. Remind yourself you're a champion. You're going to win. The game is fixed for you. You're strong, you're free, you're healthy. You're the head, not the tail. You're the greatest miracle in the world. The world never has, and never will see another like you. Remember, you were put here for a reason. This mission WILL get accomplished, and you're going to be the catalyst. This is all because you're designed for it. Don't forget that, but most of all... 

Remember who you are. 


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