If there is one thing I would love for you to walk away with after reading this article and spending time on the blog, is that you have a supercomputer at your disposal and the ability to attract anything you want in life, I want you understand that you have the power to experience any challenge in your life as a positive and an opportunity for growth then you can overcome any challenges.
Notice I didn’t say some challenges. I said any challenge. And the way you ultimately experience these challenges is through an elevated thought process and believe that these are put in front of you for a reason and a way for yourself to reflect and grow, everything in life is done for us, not to us.
And when I finally learned how important that phrase was, my life began to transform dramatically for the better. When i started to finally love myself, instead of self-sabotaging myself but then again I had to go through the parties, drinking and women in order to find out my values and what was important to me.
Not long after i started to pay more attention to myself, when i started to love myself more, I was cycling through Frankfirt city centre and 2 guys chased after me, intially I thought i was going to be attacked but they were from a model agency in germany and they insisted that i came and got my photos taken, I got a call later that they were happy and wanted to give me a contract so i went back signed the contract and now i find myself as a model (i had huge insecurities on the camera growing up) to then be offered a contract and to travel to Milan fashion week and be the face of a fashion house, which i turned down ( will tell more on a later post later)
so getting back to what i was saying…
If you expect to overcome all circumstances with whatever life throws at you during the rough times, you must understand that it is your current perception of the situation that either gives you hope or makes you want to give up to a lost cause. If you’re always thinking about how you are unlucky, you will always feel miserable. It’s like the saying, “Misery loves company.”