Made a habit of shutting down conversations that involve hating on people.
Mantra: Peace, Love and Blessing friends, Happy Thursday!! Don’t lie to yourself. At some point in all our lives we have hated on someone else for absolutely no reason. Well, we had a reason. We felt that the person was better in some way or form. Because we saw that person having more success we began to hate on them. We hate because we are jealous over what they have because we think we deserve it more. What I've learned and continue to learn as I grow in my personal life is don't get bitter, get better.
Stop being a hater.
Stop wasting away the precious seconds of your life by taking the time to hate on someone else’s life. You have no idea what it took for that person to get there. Even if you think you do being bitter doesn’t do anything for you anyway.You are wasting good time and energy but choosing to hate one someone else. This takes away what you could be doing to get better. The best of us fall victim to that voice of self doubt in our head.
Self doubt is the biggest dream killer since the dawn of time. However, we have to remember a couple of things in order to conquer self doubt. A big part of being a hater is seeing someone doing something different and innovative while you lag behind because your still doing the same ole thing. Being flexible and embracing change will help you to become more innovative in your style and approach. The thing about comparison is that there is never a win. How often do we compare ourselves with someone less fortunate than us and consider ourselves blessed? We are always becoming more.
Who you are today is a result of the decisions you made yesterday. We are always in a state of creation. We decide and then we decide again, and the direction is always toward expansion. It is our human nature to expand. There may be times when competition is appropriate, but life is not one of them. We have all been thrown together at this exact moment on this exact planet.