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Destructive thoughts are only there to help bring you down and make you feel insecure about the things you can really do.

Although there is no real science behind this attitude, studies reveal that optimistic people have healthier lives.

It is as if the universe liked what they thought and returned this favor by pushing luck in their direction.

It is normal to doubt certain areas in your life. Things do not always pan out that way you hoped they would, and you are bound to make mistakes along the way. However, this does not necessarily mean that you always have to think of the worst outcome all the time. To save your pride, you try to prepare yourself for things to turn out sourly.

This is probably the biggest blunder you will ever make. You need to take a dip in the pool of self-assurance and swim in the sea of faith.

To avoid awkward circumstances, you come up with a number of excuses as to why you should not engage in a certain situation. These excuses act like your prison until you hinder yourself from fully experiencing anything that could improve your life.

You have to realize that everyone needs to try out new things for them to fully grow. Life does not hand you instant happiness in a silver chalice.

You have to work at it and push yourself a bit further. You do not necessarily have to take big leaps. In fact, small baby steps will be fine, just as long as you keep moving forward.

Another important thing you must do is to stop destructive thoughts about your recent run-in with bad luck. You think that the only way to stop disappointments is to not think about things working out.

This hampers your level of excitement, and less excited people are just more likely to perform poorly. Stop subconsciously telling yourself that you can never be happy. This is a classic case of self-fulfilling prophecy.

The more you expect things to work against you, the more they will. Why?

Because your actions will likely be influenced by your destructive thoughts.

You do not have to count your eggs before they have hatched, but allow yourself to go through the journey that may one day open the doors for your success. Keep dreaming and hoping, but more than that, never stop trying.

While you work your way up the ladder of success, you are so careful not to step on anyone’s toes. While this is a very healthy attitude, you sometimes become too afraid about imposing something on someone else. You become fearful of inconveniencing and offending others that you lock yourself in one place for too long.

This might make someone else feel uncomfortable, but that is not reason enough for you to not go for your desires. Just remember that as long as you are not lying, cheating, breaking the law, or carelessly causing someone pain, you owe it to yourself to live your life to the fullest.

Things just do not happen because they are not meant to be. You can make fate work for you by believing that you are always given the opportunity to better your life. If you want something badly enough, the rewards of taking the chance outweigh the hindrances that come with it.

You just need to keep the ball rolling until you will see that the world actually works for you.


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