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Chop Chop, Start Laying Them Bricks Down!

Your life has the potential to become the greatest form of art you could've ever imagined, but you will fail to become the masterpiece you were meant to be if you do not take some hits and use those punches to strengthen yourself.

Call me naïve, call me childish, call me ignorant, but I will continue to believe that the best lessons in life are the ones you acquire from the most painful and challenging experiences. The knowledge you develop and store in your soul from the struggles, trials, and tribulations you face are the ones I've realized stick.

Reflect on this year, last year, the past 10 years, or your entire life. What are some of the hardest cards life has dealt for you? What bricks have been thrown your way? Some hurt more than others; nevertheless, they seemed (and some may still seem) to have weighed you down in some way or else you wouldn't be reading this post. What have you done with those bricks? Have you carried them this entire time and not applying it to the structure of your home? Have you been looking at your life, playing the pity party, and saying, "whoa is me?" Have you been wasting these amazingly strong elements instead of using them to create a fortified home?

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Applying the Right Amount of Pressure

Why am I telling you this? You probably don't even know much about baseball or softball nevertheless understand what had happened. I'm saying you that what you may think is difficult, impossible, or unattainable is what is achievable with the right amount of pressure. Every athlete or successful person will tell you this. No pressure no diamond. But wrong force wrong product.

When you ask to grow (which you should and if you haven't then we need to have a talk) expect that you will be uncomfortable. You will not succeed, you will not change, you will not achieve anything without pressure. Know that, except that, embrace that.

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