Society today has given the word "loser" a bad wrap. People shun away from being called a loser, thinking they are a loser, even if they are showing loser type qualities.
First let's start with defining what that word even means, anyways.
"A loser is a person or thing that is put at a disadvantage by a particular situation or course of action."
How many times have you been at a disadvantage and once you became aware of it, you could course correct and go from losing to winning. The only way you could make that shift is by acknowledging you were at a disadvantage
...You didn't know enough about the game, you didn't have enough experience to handle objection, you didn't know the right people and the list goes on. Once you get aware of that disadvantage though, you can make a change to better your playing field. That's only true when you are consciously aware of the disadvantage though.
So how does that work when you aren't even aware of why you're...
If you're a man, chances are you have some anger. But what do you do with that anger, do you lift it out....run it out...drink it away....or deal with it until you explode on someone. If that summed you up pretty well, then i'm glad this page found you.
Anger, much like any emotion happens without much warning...or does it? I'm here to tell you today, if you feel yourself getting angry for no reason then it's time for some self-reflection. All emotions can be predicted once you know yourself(sure Eric, that's easy enough-insert eye roll). What do I mean by that, just like you know that spending time with friends and/or family (depending on how much you like your family) will bring you happiness and you look forward to it, the same goes for anger. You may not know it yet, but once someone knows what makes you angry they can trigger you whenever they want....well shit. However, that opens up a MASSIVE opportunity for you to do some self-reflection and figure out the last time...
Did I just use soggy goals in a title, yep and we get into what it means to have a soggy goal and how to avoid them. Ok, I'll let you in on what it is, it's when you set out to achieve a certain goal and over time it becomes soggy and you end up abandoning it or never actually getting what you want. Just like bread with too much water turn soggy and falls apart, same comes true with your goals (well, minus the water).
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Opening yourself up to the understanding of having two minds and what two minds means to you on an every day basis is important. Being aware of the two minds can help open yourself up to more happiness, fulfillment and passion in life.