In this article, I will explain why some people are successful despite their failures and bad luck. Here's his story:
This man was born into a poor household and had to constantly keep an eye on his brothers and sisters. As a result, they are unable to pursue a proper education. He was short, fat, and lacked any remarkable talent for any significant skill. He was bullied by his peers because he was overweight, short, and didn't have any friends.
The only skill he possessed was the will to succeed. He accepted all of the sad circumstances that had occurred and resolved to work hard to achieve the success he desired. He was able to achieve excellent health and financial stability, and marry a stunningly gorgeous and intelligent woman.
An extremely pleasant ending for an "unlucky guy." We may examine all aspects of his life by analyzing his story. This can be used as an example to demonstrate where the majority of us get stuck. Let we examine his story:
This man was born into a poor household and had to constantly keep an eye on his brothers and sisters. As a result, they are unable to pursue a proper education.
He was short, fat, and lacked any remarkable talent for any significant skill. He was bullied by his peers because he was overweight, short, and didn't have any friends.
The only skill' he possessed was the will to succeed.
Phase 1: For him, Phase 1 would be a life in which he was not born into a poor family and could receive a proper education. Essentially, a life in which he would be given the same opportunities as everyone else.
Phase 2: Nature has a detrimental impact on him in almost every way. He was short and overweight. However, he was powerless to change these flaws. Most individuals feel sorry for themselves at this point (I am too small, too tall, I can't because I am too heavy, etc.).
Phase 3: During this stage, he was influenced by life's difficulties. He was born into a poor household, was unable to attend college, was bullied, and had no friends. Again, this is the point at which he (or we, if we were in the same scenario) has no control over the situation. The best approach for him to deal with this is to admit that his upbringing was terrible and to forgive the other children who bullied him.
Phase 3 is where the majority of us get stuck. We acknowledge the tragic events that lead to our success or lack thereof. However, many people fail to recognize that what happened in phases 2 and 3 was not their responsibility.
Everything that happened to you or that you did when you were young is not your fault. Also, if horrible things happened to you and you couldn't do anything about it, it wasn't your fault. Everything after phase 3 is, however, your responsibility. After phase 3, you can have an impact on everything. Let's have a look at the rest of his story:
He accepted all of the sad circumstances that had occurred and resolved to work hard to achieve the success he desired. He was able to become highly healthy, and financially stable, and married a very beautiful and intelligent woman.
Phase 4: He realized it was his job to work hard for what he desired. He recognized that the short-term outcomes of phases 2 and 3 in his life were terrible, but he also recognized that it wasn't his fault and that he was capable of pursuing his dreams. This is the stage at which we must all recognize that it is our responsibility to succeed, regardless of our history.
Some people may find it more difficult to succeed as a result of earlier failures, but there is no reason to feel sorry for ourselves. Life can be unfair, especially to good people, but we must accept this as a fact of life. Consider this: how many times have you worked hard for something only to find out that you were not credited for your efforts? Or how many times have you seen someone work extremely hard for something only to have it snatched away by someone who did not work at all? All of these things are unfair but practical. This should not deter us. We must use this as motivation to work even harder and protect what we have.
Phase 5: Has his life been redesigned? He turned his inner will to succeed into actual success. This is something we should all do. It's difficult, but it's well worth it! Don't get trapped in phase 4, make the proper decisions to succeed.