Sometimes, the most powerful things to be is under estimated

Mantra: Peace, Love and Blessing friends.Happy Monday, friends. Adversity is a crazy thing.It comes in many forms, and at some point in your life you will have to find ways to overcome it.Maybe you were told that your goals in life are unrealistic. Whatever the case may be, the only thing that’s important is how you overcome these problems.

It is extremely easy for someone to glean one small fact about another person and immediately begin to underestimate them without realizing it.

Because of this, so many of us are being underestimated for circumstances out of our control. It can be Money. Health or career.Even though you are, without a doubt, a uniquely valuable, talented person, that one small circumstance has the potential to bring you down in the eyes of the world around you. Though the general advice for people in a situation where others are commenting in a negative way is to not listen to the rest of the world, it can be difficult, when day after day, we are repeatedly told that we are less than we actually are.

I know how it feels to be underestimated. I know how it feels when low expectations are heaped upon me without a second thought. I however, learned a few incredible lessons about being underestimated, and I’ve learned how to, for the most part, combat the pressures of being underappreciated. The people who are doing the underestimating think they know something about you that, for some reason, you don’t know about yourself. You, however, have the home court advantage; you know more about yourself than anyone else ever can or will.

At the end of the day, you are the one with the plan for your life. You are the one who knows how successful you are and can continue to be. You are the one who knows how successful you are and can continue to be. So, you are the only one who can put one foot in front of the other and just keep on moving, even when others think they know the exact reason why you should stop. In the end, you are the one in control. No matter what anyone thinks or says, you choose your life and your path. Remember, you are your most important critic. Love what you do, and only do what you love. But most importantly: learn to be you.