‘Not enough’ spirit

It is difficult to imagine ourselves in a higher spot. To aim high is not easy to measure.

However, it is always possible to move step by step to the next level without necessarily jump to the unknown and find yourself taking risks you cannot handle anymore. Small failures are always better than big ones and they are definitely more beneficial than NONE.

“And the trouble is, if you don’t risk anything, you risk even more.”

– Erica Jong

You need to learn how, when and why you have to move to the next case. If you clearly identify those questions, you know what you are doing or at least partially. You follow a logic that brings self-confidence and security. But more than that, it helps you acquire a sensational way of thinking that would convince anyone around you.

“The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it.” – Michelangelo

A ‘Not enough’ spirit is this drive that makes you move forward and seek new challenges and better achievements every single day. This is what keeps you alive!

Everyday, we meet new people. And everyday, we follow our own routine. But some of those people are more noticeable because they naturally own a very ambitious way of life. And I am sure you have already identified in your mind a couple of names among your surroundings.

Those people will always surprise you with something new. They are not boring. You love keeping in touch with them because they inspire you.

Now, you do not need to think too much. Observe, be flexible and you will find the way that was waiting for you!



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