This is the 2nd section of my blog. It severes as a manual for specific ways I've learned to grow myself. These will be short principles that have brought me great insight and understanding of myself, people, and the world. I hope you can utilize them in your life and share with others. Remember, you don't want to miss my daily memoir: "The Mindset of Purpose". Both blogs are located at: live600.weebly.com.You will see "blog" twice at the top right or left of your screen. One will take you to this page, and the other will take you to my memoir. Follow me on Instagram @Girldesperation and on Facebook @LaToya Easter. Every post on this page will begin with this greeting and the blog will begin hereafter.
Thank you for LIVE- ing,
"3 Things To Never Listen To"
1.) Never let anyone tell you you're worthless.
The worse power you can ever relinquish to anyone, is to let them know they have control over you. If a person is on a mission to detroy you, they will never uplift you. They will tell you "you're worthless" through their actions, more than their words. Listen, and listen well, to your conscience when you feel that someone is out to bring you down.
2.) Never let anyone convince you that you can't do something.
Anything positive is worth an investment of your time. If someone in your life tells you you're incapable of achieving something, assess their reasoning behind it. There's genuine concern for the betterment of someone, and there's genuine concern for the failure of someone. Know the intent of the company you keep.
3.) Never let yourself sabotage your ambition.
We all have ambitions at some point in our life. Those who don't follow those ambitions lose themselves in the various stages of life. Life changes don't prohibit you from all ambitions; changes may delay or stall you; they may force you to go a different direction; but, you still have the opportunity to LIVE a quality of life that makes you happy. In the end, that's what it comes down to; your happiness. Never sabotage your ability to have happiness by refusing to acknowledge your ambitions.