Lessons from Someone who Overcame Her Lowest Point in Life

You are in pain. You are having a tough time.  Nothing seems to be going your way. You just want everything to end. Unfortunately, no matter how miserable you are; life will go on. If it is any consolation, think that you are not alone. All of us, at several points in our lives have to go through challenges.No one is exempted even if you are the smartest and wealthiest person in the world. That’s just the way life is. The good news is that if you feel like you have already reached the lowest point in your life, then there is nowhere to go but up.

Life always waits for some crisis to occur before revealing itself at its most brilliant. – Paulo Coelho

Low points are the turning points in life. What you make out of them will define who you are and what you will become in the future.

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Friends You Will Meet In Life

Did you have a so-called “best friend” that used you and betrayed you? How about a friend that you always hang out with because you have the same hobbies and interests yet you are not really comfortable sharing your secrets with? And then there is the third kind, the rarest kind, a friend whom you hardly see yet you know will always be there for you no matter what?

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How to Get Rid of Your Poverty Mindset

Do you want to become wealthy? The key to wealth is to master the wealth mindset.  The difference between the rich and poor has nothing to do with the amount of money that they have in the bank; rather, it is all about their mindset. Your mindset is your set of beliefs and attitudes about certain areas in your life. If money is your concern, then chances are you have symptoms of a poverty mindset.

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You are the Average of the Five People You Spend the Most Time With

Who are the five people you spend most of your time with? What do they stand for? Are they successful? What do they do for a living? How much are they earning? Are they happy? Are they healthy?

Did you know that you could tell a lot about a person by knowing the company they keep?

You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with. – Jim Rohn

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