Motivation and Dicipline

Motivation is a feeling that come and goes and it doesn’t matter whether it there or not dicipline is infinitely more important. So no matter how you feel get up and do what you supposed to do, that’s it. And that’s dicipline, not motivation. If you only did what you supposed to do when you motivated to do it, that’s leaving you to a chance. But if you’re dicipline you got to do what you’re supposed to do, that’s how it works. instagam @shademotivation

Be a Person of Your Word

Cause here’s the definition of success, choose what you want, get up everyday, and walk towards your outcome. Do the 3 most important things, if you do that, you can’t fail. You’re gonna get knocked into the mud, get thrown into the brambles. You’re gonna have down times and you’re gonna have high times. But if you keep getting back up then walking towards your purpose, you can not fail. What you can fail is by not having a purpose, being aimless, wandering through life and taking what they give you. You know, if you don’t choose anything then you get what you get and you don’t throw a fit. We only learn from the failures, we don’t learn from …

Live to be Better

Start doing what you love today, in your spare time, on your weekends, using your breaks. Because that ‘s gonna help you create the life that you truly, truly want. Not being bound by those golden handcuffs. And these are some of tips. #1 Start a side hustle. Maybe it’s an online business, Maybe it’s an instagram page. Maybe it’s a blog, Whatever it may be, get that hustle going. Start learning about it quickly, reading about it. Speaking to other people who have made it happen in their lives. Everything that becomes your main stay, originally would have started as a side hustle. Get that going right now. #2 Don’t waste your weekends and evening on Netflix, please. Use …

Never Stop Learning

The story goes that Marcus Aurelius hired an assistant to follow him as he walked through the Roman towns square. The assistant’s only role was to whenever Marcus Aurelius was praised, whisper in his ears, “You’re just a man.” “You’re just a man.” They say two things define us. Our patience when we have nothing and our humility when we have everything. You know the greatest thinkers on the planet believe that they’re habitual learners, habitual students of reality and of life. It was actually Maya Angelou who said, “I’ve learned that I still have a lot to learn.” The person that we will become in 5 years is defined by the people we spend time with today and the …

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