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Two reasons most will not have the life they REALLY want






'll never understand how Americans can settle with just "getting by." 
II'm so glad you and I aren't like that. 


As crazy as things are in this country... this is still the land of opportunity. 



You can "make it" if you're willing to work hard, a lot of folk just simply won't work hard or take risks...or work hard at the right things..



Then again, maybe it's not for me to understand..


Most people will not be where they want to be in life for two reasons lack of willpower and being scared of taking risks. 

Failure is a part of the equation to success, but regret isn't. Regret is worse than failure. You'll NEVER know what may have been unless you do it! 

You have to have the willpower to work long enough and hard enough to see your risk turn into your reward 

Take a risk and become alive again. Get your heart pumping. Work hard at things that make you happy! 

Get out of the mundane routine. 

Make your life the way you want it! 

You have what it takes! 


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