So, how do problems occur from the jump? Do you know the answer to that question? Maybe you do know the answer, but you don’t know that you know the answer because you’ve probably never thought about that particular question or the answer to the question being asked.
Have you ever thought about why people do things? It’s a yes or no question. It doesn’t matter if it’s a good or bad thing. All I’m asking is have you ever thought about why people do things. Some may say yes, and some may say no, but don’t feel left out if you said no. Because the people that said yes are WRONG 9 times out of 10.
People do good things either because they have to or because of pure empathy. People do bad things because they’re forced or maybe it’s all they know, or because of peer pressure!
A lot of people (which is like 95% of people) do bad things because they’re trying to fit in with others to make sure people think of them as whatever they’re trying to prove to be. Some people do bad things because of pressured situations that they can’t handle without help to guide them; or maybe because they don’t want the help because they think that the help won’t understand their situation even if the help thinks or even knows that they do.
You see, there are just simple answers to people doing good things and there’s a lot of reasons for bad things being done. I mean, I could go on and no about the reasons and I would NEVER be able to stop because there are so many! Also, people will always disagree with every answer as to whether something is good or bad. But whatever is put out will most likely come back in, no matter if it’s different or the same. It happens every day, 24/7. Even if it’s good or bad, it’s going to come back - just like a boomerang.
But the thing is, you never know what’s going to appear or when it’ll appear. It’s all like gambling. Sometimes you do bad and bad things come. Sometimes you do good and bad things come. Sometimes you do good and good things come. I mean, who knows what’s around the corner if no one has ever been around it?
Have you ever thought about what goes on in a person’s mind? Have you ever experienced just a small piece of another person’s thoughts? Have you ever found yourself having a fight with yourself? What I mean by that is, have you ever thought about doing something bad but you’re planning on doing nothing but good, and no matter how hard you try the bad things being thought about just won’t go away?
I have battled with that before and believe me, it wasn’t an easy thing to get rid of. But some people are devoted and some aren’t quite as devoted. The plan is to get everyone on the same train instead of diametrically opposed lanes. I know it’s hard to leave habits behind, but I want you to be determined to play for keeps with only the positive, so WE can all play for keeps together and beat the odds TOGETHER.
That’s another reason why most of us lose and are still losing because most of us are not working together to confirm and conceal the best for whatever’s to come - to face the fears that we think are not really fears. And most of these fears are “leaving the old you behind.” Most of these fears are taking off the old chains and picking up your new name. Everybody wants to be a superstar, don’t they? Well guess what, it doesn’t take rocket science to be a superstar. It doesn’t take science at all to be a superstar. Believe it or not, it’s true.
To become a positive influence on others and yourself is the first step to becoming a superstar. And actually helping and changing people to be positive is the second and last step to becoming a superstar. You see how easy that is? It doesn’t matter if it’s verbally, physically or even mentally influencing somebody to be a positive person, because every one of those three words count. Never give up! Giving up will not turn you into a superstar.
Whenever you stumble or fall, get back up and go right back at it “full throttle” (each time, harder and better than the last). Practice makes beyond perfection. But only you can make you do what you want.
Have you ever done something that you thought should be done even though you know it wasn’t the right thing to do? I have. Don’t feel alone or ashamed! It’s human nature! People make decisions, and some are good and some are bad. There’s not a such thing as not being able to overcome challenges. Believe that, because I know, personally!
Have you ever heard the saying, “haters motivate me?” Well, if you’re familiar with that saying, then put it in effect! Not for the negative, but for the people who say that you can’t do something. When people misjudge you because of your history or because of the cover of your book, prove them WRONG!
For example, you see an old computer sitting out at a yard sale and the first thing that crosses your mind is that it doesn’t work, runs slow or something. But to your surprise an older woman grabs it and turns it on and the computer works just as fine as any newer model. You misjudged a perfect computer and now someone else has it.
That’s why no one should misjudge anything or anyone. Not even if it’s in the worst situation ever! There’s always hope, and hope doesn’t fade away. There’s always a plan to, for the better or the worst! But if you continue to remain the same and refuse to change, no matter what happens, I guarantee you that there’s going to be a time where you get sick and tired and you’re going to wish you still had the chance to change into a positive person, figure or role model.
Show the wrong the right! Help change lives! Encourage others to be positive! Give effort and don’t give up! Do what is right!
The moral of the story is this, whatever you do will pay off in the end and it can be good or bad but I’m pretty, pretty sure that you want the good. If so, then do good and BE POSITIVE! Let’s make a difference! It’s time for a change.