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Fresh, Funny, and Life: SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE ARE NOT GIFTED THEY JUST WORK HARD AND THEN SUCCEED ON PURPOSE.. MILLIONAIRE MENTOR Funny thing is, American society is obsessed with the concept of giftedness. Did you know that?We test our kids to determine if they’re gifted, then put them in specialized educational programs designed to maximize their giftedness. We search for prodigies and follow them as celebrities. We search our successful entrepreneurial heroes for their giftedness, and then look to replicate their special qualities. Let’s get more educated: πŸ€” What does it mean to be gifted? In general, being β€œgifted” means having intellectual abilities well above the average. People who are considered gifted often have better pattern recognition skills than average, which can make them better equipped to take a fresh approach to problems or recognize an opportunity on the horizon. - What truly creates success? There’s a popular quote from G. K. Nielsen that says, β€œSuccessful people are not gifted; they just work hard, and then succeed on purpose.” Successful entrepreneurs are those who work harder, longer, and smarter than those around them. They recognize success in those that work with them, and plan for both long and short term problems and successes. They make life much more interesting for everyone and surround themselves with quirky things. - While intellectual or interpersonal gifts might help a person succeed at business, there’s no way to succeed in business without serious, intense, ongoing effort. Running a business takes intelligence, perseverance, the ability to wear many different hats and juggle a variety of priorities. πŸ”₯ What do you guys think? Are successful people gifted or they just work hard? Leave a comment below! - gifted success hardwork millionairementor
Fresh, Funny, and Life: SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE ARE NOT GIFTED
 THEY JUST WORK HARD AND THEN
 SUCCEED ON PURPOSE..
 MILLIONAIRE MENTOR
Funny thing is, American society is obsessed with the concept of giftedness. Did you know that?We test our kids to determine if they’re gifted, then put them in specialized educational programs designed to maximize their giftedness. We search for prodigies and follow them as celebrities. We search our successful entrepreneurial heroes for their giftedness, and then look to replicate their special qualities. Let’s get more educated: πŸ€” What does it mean to be gifted? In general, being β€œgifted” means having intellectual abilities well above the average. People who are considered gifted often have better pattern recognition skills than average, which can make them better equipped to take a fresh approach to problems or recognize an opportunity on the horizon. - What truly creates success? There’s a popular quote from G. K. Nielsen that says, β€œSuccessful people are not gifted; they just work hard, and then succeed on purpose.” Successful entrepreneurs are those who work harder, longer, and smarter than those around them. They recognize success in those that work with them, and plan for both long and short term problems and successes. They make life much more interesting for everyone and surround themselves with quirky things. - While intellectual or interpersonal gifts might help a person succeed at business, there’s no way to succeed in business without serious, intense, ongoing effort. Running a business takes intelligence, perseverance, the ability to wear many different hats and juggle a variety of priorities. πŸ”₯ What do you guys think? Are successful people gifted or they just work hard? Leave a comment below! - gifted success hardwork millionairementor

Funny thing is, American society is obsessed with the concept of giftedness. Did you know that?We test our kids to determine if they’re gift...

Alive, Anaconda, and Bad: my family vacation back in 2012 were my biggest wake up call. Especially this where I was in my swimsuit tanningπŸ™ˆ. I gained tons of weight during my late teenage years. I guess due to depression from moving away from the country I grew up in. I found comfort in food, became lethargic and really shy. From then on, I tried losing weight a few times which made my weight fluctuate up and down. I had my child in 2007 and I got even more bigger. I realized in 2012 during that summer that I can't live my life just dreaming and watching people live their life to the fullest. I can't sit around and not be active with my little one. And I can't risk having health issues. I wanted more out of life. I wanted to feel alive for my child and I want to set a good example for her. That's my back story Since then I lost 100 lbs and kept it off. Right now I'm 15 lbs above my usual stage weight and that's okay because competing isn't in my plans at the moment. I have good and bad days just like everyone else. What matters is that even if I feel like I'm failing at some point, I keep going and I try my best everyday. My goal right now is to be stronger and build the best body I could achieve in the healthiest way possible without going to extremes. A fitness journey doesn't have a finish line. You're also never too old to start Before I get asked again. I didn't have any type or surgery to lose weight and I didn't have any type of skin surgery either. Just work hard and learn your own body @ceceven .
Alive, Anaconda, and Bad: my family vacation back in 2012 were my biggest wake up call. Especially this where I was in my swimsuit tanningπŸ™ˆ. I gained tons of weight during my late teenage years. I guess due to depression from moving away from the country I grew up in. I found comfort in food, became lethargic and really shy. From then on, I tried losing weight a few times which made my weight fluctuate up and down. I had my child in 2007 and I got even more bigger. I realized in 2012 during that summer that I can't live my life just dreaming and watching people live their life to the fullest. I can't sit around and not be active with my little one. And I can't risk having health issues. I wanted more out of life. I wanted to feel alive for my child and I want to set a good example for her. That's my back story Since then I lost 100 lbs and kept it off. Right now I'm 15 lbs above my usual stage weight and that's okay because competing isn't in my plans at the moment. I have good and bad days just like everyone else. What matters is that even if I feel like I'm failing at some point, I keep going and I try my best everyday. My goal right now is to be stronger and build the best body I could achieve in the healthiest way possible without going to extremes. A fitness journey doesn't have a finish line. You're also never too old to start Before I get asked again. I didn't have any type or surgery to lose weight and I didn't have any type of skin surgery either. Just work hard and learn your own body @ceceven .

my family vacation back in 2012 were my biggest wake up call. Especially this where I was in my swimsuit tanningπŸ™ˆ. I gained tons of weight d...