You Better Believe It

Some people are a piece of art. They don’t think they’re intelligent enough; yet, expect others to think otherwise. They don’t think they have the goods; yet, expect others to think that they do. They don’t think they are worth living a full life; yet, they expect life to give them an opportunity to do so.

There are hungry people out there who believe that they deserve to live the best of the one life they have. Unless you start believing, you are hitting a brick wall my friend, and this brick wall won’t budge until you shift your belief.

Believe in yourself. Believe in your abilities; believe in your talent, your uniqueness on this earth. Believe that there is something in you that’s special. Believe that you are here for a reason, that you have something to contribute.

You must believe in you before others will do so.

Winners believe that they are winners long before they get their desired results. Roger Federer knew he was a winner long before his 16 Grand Slam titles.

People want to back a winner. They inherently do so through the vibes they get. The vibes they get are usually from the projection given by those winning. The projections of winners are based on their internal beliefs about themselves.

You are perceived in this world based on the internal beliefs you have of yourself. If you don’t believe in you then you can’t expect others to do so. You need to hear your belief in your voice and see it in your posture. Belief is what will make you stand out. This belief in yourself will be the lighthouse for others to spot you in a world of 7 billion people.

If your belief about yourself is solid, then keep pushing through. Even if you don’t have the support you desire to start off with, sooner or later, others will start believing in you.

In any case, remember that you’re a unique individual and most certainly have something to contribute to this world. You better Believe that.

See it in yourself, and the world will follow suit.

Believe in you.

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Posted on April 8, 2016 in Articles

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