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*I have lived by this mantra for 2018. Very powerful! It solves near everything 🔥🔥🙌🏼
“If there is an outcome in your life that you want, but you’re not getting, the answer is because you’re not good enough. Doesn’t matter, get better.
You can improve your situation. You can improve yourself. You can improve others around you. There is always a reason to look ahead and be optimistic about what you get to do next and that what you do next matters.
Some people say you’re not defined by your past. Maybe that’s true. But once the past is over, even five minutes ago, it is over and gone. There is nothing you can do about it. Win or lose, success or failure, progress or setback. Doesn’t matter, get better.
This mindset will help you control your inner-critic and inflated ego. Both can easily derail you the instant you believe them.
If you are the best in your field and consistently win, then you have established a lead on your competitors. Doesn’t matter, get better.
If you are stuck in a situation with limited resources and lack of support, then you have challenges other people don’t have. Doesn’t matter, get better.
If you have years of experience and know your industry extremely well, then you have unique and valuable insight. Doesn’t matter, get better.
Creating your own energy, rather than catching it, is one of the most important skillsets to building discipline. Doesn’t matter, get better, is one of the most important mindsets that unlocks that skill.
The opposite mindset drains energy and undermines discipline. It exposes you to self-deception and excuses. It makes you vulnerable to ego and autopilot.
Doesn’t matter, get better is always the right mindset.” - Credit @tbriankight 🔥