Landing Your Plane on the Great Wall & How to bypass the obstacles in life
As a child I heard that the world isn't fair and you don't always get what you want. While there is some true to that, as an adult, I discovered that life is pretty fair and getting what you want is much simpler than everyone around me made it seem.
As you go through the 67 steps, you start to observe the people around you and how they behave. You quickly learn that most people have more excuses to why they cannot have what they want than plans to achieve what they want.
Success is not built on excuses but it is rather built on faith. Faith simply is tasting success before you can have it. You may be broke now but if you can see yourself achieving financial success you can certainly get there.
Of course, you will need more than just faith. You will need force of will, which is the courage to do what it takes to get to your definition of success.
So, first, you need faith so you can then have force of will. Force of will will help to keep your brain focused on the prize and to keep things in great perspective, which you'll need once obstacles come your way and they will come!
You see, the difference between successful and non successful people is that the ladder gives up when confronted with obstacles. Successful people make the plane land where they want to regardless of how bad the storm is.
To conclude, you must understand that bad things happen and will continue to happen so you must have a plan on how to tackle them down.
Here is a quick formula given by Tai Lopez in this 67 steps to can help you bypass the obstacles in life:
1- Have a road map of where you are going ( Eulerian destiny for each life pillar )
2- Stay Faithful
3- Have Force of Will
4- Keep everything in good perspective (it's not as bad as you think)
Don't let the world fool you into thinking that life is unfair. Shift your mentality so you brain acknowledges that success comes to those who have the deserving attributes and then work towards deserving what they want.
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