Can Adversity Do Anything but Harm?

4329 Words Jun 26th, 2013 18 Pages
Is adversity a road block in your life? Your subconscious may be part of the problem. Adversity can easily hold you back from being successful in business, relationships, career and the enjoyment of life itself.
There's no doubt that everyone encounters some form of adversity in their life. Some even face this condition very early in life or at a young age. However, the failure to take action early on will only intensify the negativity. So whats the secret to virtually eliminating adversity in your life? This certainly deserves an answer that makes sense for anyone. And believe it or not, it start's with you.
If you believe you've never encountered adversity or that you never will, I hate to burst your bubble. However, there is no human
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This may sound silly or rather a simple technique. But it works so effectively, you may even surprise yourself. Your mind also brings forth it's best results when it's resting on positive thoughts. So try this every single night just before bed. Only if you challenge yourself will you start to see results.
A successful person does certain things each and day that brings them more and more success and wealth. You need to unveil your blueprint so you too can understand your failures and/or success.
Have you ever wondered how certain people can prevail in even the worst of situations? Is it constant faith and continual motivation that makes them thrive? I believe a little bit of faith goes a very long way and certainly motivating yourself is a necessity. However, start by training your sub-conscious and you'll have amazing results.
I also find it's advantageous when you take a disappointment in your life and then use that to motivate yourself to a greater degree of success. Many "fear" embarking on a new endeavor, a new career and even a relationship simply because they fear of failure. This is the one characteristic that keeps some from striding forward. Again, it's something that starts with the sub-conscious. If you fell off the horse and fear getting back on it again, you'll never become a good rider. Challenging adversity and teaching your sub-conscious will keep you working hard to perfect your riding skills no matter how many times you fall off.
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