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Gravity

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The force that keeps us in place on earth has a similar effect in psychology.  I find that whenever I contemplate the plans of others one of two things can happen. The positive side is that I am inspired by the ambitions and plans of my colleagues. We are pulled, like gravity toward those shining stars whose ambitions and goals drive us upward to new heights. The negative is in respect to the forces or people around us who do not have lofty goals. They may not have any ill will towards you but by their sheer apathy or laziness they subconsciously make it acceptable for you to slow your progress. You can compare yourself to these two types of people, which is more likely? The one with lofty goals is hard to follow while the one with lax ambitions is much easier.

We have a whole range of people who surround us; there are those who want more and those who are willing to work for more. Obviously we all have friends who complain about their situation and there are those who take those complaints and use them to fuel their progression.

As we let our own lights shine, we unconsciously give other people to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.

Worrying about the haters in life is a waste of time, it is just jealousy. They just want what you have, which means that you must be doing something right. Although this does not equate to happiness, hopefully your success is propelling you to your ultimate goal. My advice would be to not only get drawn to the shining stars but to be a shining star.

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