Quarter life crisis even after 25 part II
Have any of you seen the secret or read the book? If you haven’t I highly recommend you do.
I know what some of you might be thinking: “You just lost all your credibility”; “Those things aren’t true”; “There’s no magic in wealth”. Well let me tell you something: I used to think the same way.
“The Secret” talks about the law of attraction and how we manifest the things we think about in our lives. And you know what? Maybe you are right. Maybe there’s no magic to it. Maybe it’s just the frequency illusion (Baader-Meinhof phenomenon). Either way, it works.
Think about it: Your friend just bought a new car that’s a certain model. Now you seem to find that same model car everywhere you go. This happens because it became a subject of interest to you. What if you were to apply this same concept to something you want?
Imagine you start looking for a job. Now make your mind believe you will find this job everywhere you look for it. What you are really doing is training your mind to find the selective patterns you are interested in. And it works for everything!
This only proves that chances and circumstances already exist around you. It is what you believe you can do about them what determines the outcome. Here’s a real life example:
Think about all these new celebrities that we consider talentless or not so smart yet they are making millions of dollars. How can someone like that be making so much money? It is not that they are lucky or ridiculously gorgeous. There are lots of beautiful people everywhere that are not famous and are not rich.
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Here’s how: it is because they found a unique ability or special talent. They also sought opportunity to sell that talent (as little value as you think it has). They got it. They attracted the right people in their lives and believed in their strengths regardless of everything.
They became profitable for the one thing they can do.
Here are some better examples:
Nick Vujicic: who regardless of his disabilities is an active motivational speaker and athlete. He brings joy and hope everywhere he goes.
Malala Yousafzai: she stood up for education and peace regardless of the limitations for young women in her culture.
That one friend or family member who had/has cancer and didn’t let it bring them down. Instead they fought and stood strong for all of you.
I could list millions of people who despite adversity saw a chance for improvement and achievement. They all did it and so can you.