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We all feel like failures from time to time. While this is a normal feeling, you have to find a way to see yourself and your life from a different perspective. Sometimes we ignore the “little things.” Just because you are not a millionaire, don’t live in a mansion, and you don’t drive a fancy car, that doesn’t mean you’re a failure. In fact, it’s quite the contrary. Here are 20 signs that you are succeeding in life. **** Even if you don’t see yourself in many of these 20 things, don’t fret. It’s okay. Be happy that you see yourself in just a few. In time, the rest will come. You just need to keep moving onward and upward. Original article @Lifehack . Click to dive deeper! www.lifehack.org Do you feel like a failure sometimes? Don't worry, here are 20 signs that you are probably succeeding a lot more than you think you are.
Carol's homepage... click to dive deeper! www.drcarolmorgan.com Dr. Carol Morgan is a relationship and success expert. She is also a professor, author, speaker, TV personality, and a writer for the Huffington Post.
Carol Morgan @Twitter: @drcarolmorgan Professor. TV & Radio Personality. Keynote Speaker. Relationship Coach. Author. Proud Mom of 2 boys. Lover of Life. Bad Cook (Just ask my kids!) twitter.com The latest Tweets from Carol Morgan (@drcarolmorgan). Professor. TV Personality. Keynote Speaker. Author. Entrepreneur. Proud Mom of 2 boys. Lover of Life. Bad Cook (Just ask my kids!). Dayton, OH
Carol in LinkedIn: Professor, Motivational Speaker, Author, TV/Radio Personality, eHow.com & Inspiyr.com Video Expert. Writer for Lifehack.org, Inspiyr.com, BrainSpeak.com, and BrainSpeak Magazine. Member of Inspiyr.com Expert Network. Upcoming Web Talk Show Host. I am a motivator who likes to bring my knowledge and experience outside of the traditional classroom walls. For example, I am a motivational expert on the TV show, "Living Dayton," a video expert for eHow.com & Inspiyr.com, the monthly co-host of the popular radio show, "Dick Sutphen’s Metaphysical World." I also write articles for sites such as Lifehack.org, BrainSpeak.com, Yahoo, Globalpost.com, Livestrong.com, and Modernmom.com. In addition, I do seminars and keynote speaking engagements that empower people to grow and change themselves in a positive manner. Please visit my website for more information: www.DrCarolMorgan.com www.linkedin.com
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Dr. Carol Morgan explains the facts and research behind procrastination. (YouTube, 2014) - 1/4 www.youtube.com YouTube
Drama is not maturity. As we age, we should develop maturity. So maybe your relationships were drama-filled in your past, but if you have moved beyond that, then you are successful.
Asking for help does not equal weakness. In fact, it is a strength. No person has ever succeeded in isolation. It takes teamwork to accomplish goals. Asking or help is a sign that you have grown as a person.
You don’t tolerate bad behavior any more – from other people, or even yourself. You hold people accountable for their actions. You don’t spend time with the “energy vampires” in your life anymore.
No, this is not narcissistic even though it might seem like it. Self-love is success. Love yourself enough to say ‘no’ to anything that doesn’t make you happy, doesn’t serve your purpose, or drags you down.
Ideally, you should appreciate who you see in the mirror at every moment. But even if that doesn’t happen, if you do it more than you used to, then that is success. Love yourself. You are awesome.
Not everyone can have success 100% of the time. That’s just not realistic. Life is about victories and losses. So look at your setbacks as stepping stones to something better. In reality, there really is no such thing as as setback. It’s all just part of a wondrous journey.
If you have figured out the people who “have your back” and recognized the ones who only pretend that they do, then you have succeeded. This is a painful realization, but once you learn to see the signs of betrayal, you can stay away from those people.
Because you know there really is nothing to complain about. Unless you really have gone through some horrific life experience and had unimaginable losses, most of what we all experience on a day-to-day basis is just mundane. And successful people know that. And they live in a space of gratitude
Just because other people succeed, that doesn’t make you a failure. Applaud the people who rise to the top. The more positive energy you give to other people’s victories, the more you will create your own.
You are not stagnant. You know you have something wonderful to contribute to the world. You have unique talents and gifts. Not only do you know that, you pursue it.
If you don’t have exciting things going on in your life that you are eagerly anticipating, then you are slowly dying inside. Successful people create goals that they are passionate about pursuing. They let this excitement drive their life.
Even though “failures” are a part of life, you have stuck to your goals and dreams long enough to make them come to fruition. You have some tastes of victory. It fuels you.
A person without empathy is dead inside. Empathy equals spreading love and positive energy into the world. Successful people know this. They love others as if they are family.
Love is risky, and sometimes scary for people. It’s the one thing we all strive for, but it’s also intimately tied to the one thing we fear the most – rejection. If you open your heart enough to love and be loved, then you are successful.
You know that life doesn’t always happen to you. Many times, you are a co-creator of your life experiences. Successful people know this and refuse to be kept down by life experiences. The rise up and conquer anyway.
You know you can’t please everyone. You know that the standards with which society judges people is many times unrealistic. So you just keep true to yourself and love the person you are.
Life can be full of disappointments – if you choose to see them that way. Otherwise, they are learning opportunities. No negative experience is ever wasted as long as you learn from it.
Let’s face it – there many things you can’t change in life. All you can change is how you view what happens. If you can change your negative perspective on situations to a positive one, then you are successful.
And let’s face it again – there are many things you can change in life. Successful people don’t sit around accepting the negatives that are changeable. They get out there and do something about it!!
To me, this is the ultimate definition of success. It doesn’t matter what the balance is in your bank account, how big your house is, or how many fancy vacations you take. If you are happy, then you are succeeding in life.
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