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Phillip Deems

“Are You Doubting Me?”…He Said With A Smile!

Just recently I had a group of individuals laugh at me when I said I was going to get my 24 year old body back.  They did not mean it maliciously, they were just pretty much saying “Good Luck With That!”.  My initial reaction was to smile! (of course with a little devilishness)  Why?  You see, to me, that is like pouring lighter fluid on a flame.  It gave me that much more incentive, it gave me that much more of a reason to prove these doubters wrong.

Own Up To Your Mistakes, But Let Your Victories Speak For Themselves!

Please understand, I don’t use opportunities like this to throw anything back in people’s faces…doubters intentions, for the most part, are harmless.  They do not understand your Fighter’s Mentality and how passionate you are about your journey.  When I reach my goal, which by the way I am already three quarters of the way there, I will simply smile (devilishly of course) and allow the results to speak for themselves.

Has Someone Doubted You?

Have you stated a goal that you were passionate about only to have someone laugh at you, down play it as crazy talk, tell you it was impossible, or squash the notion that it could be done?  If so, I want you to use that as fuel.  Do not let it change your mind or change your journey?  DOUBTERS ARE LAZY and as a whole tend to cruise through life without ambition.  You have the Fighter’s Mentality and are going to succeed.

Here’s A Tip.

Rewind to the moment…Play the doubters situation over and over in your head as you do everything possible to achieve what they told you was not possible.  Then, play the situation over and over in your head as you see them staring at you like you are a SUPER HUMAN when you complete your goal.

Now if that doesn’t make you smile, (devilishly) then I don’t know what will!

One comment on ““Are You Doubting Me?”…He Said With A Smile!

  1. Angela Bell-Deems
    July 7, 2012

    I believe you. I see your progress! 😉

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This entry was posted on July 7, 2012 by in Change, Forty, Planning, Success.
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