Chase Yourself!

     As time passes you by you will find yourself not having the same motivation to continue to work hard for the things that you want. This may sound a little odd, yet you will find yourself feeling comfortable with the things that you have in your present. This feeling will be even bigger if you are doing well. What do I mean by this?

     Growing up you always envisioned yourself, building your own house, getting the chance to buy the car you’ve always wanted and having the job of your dreams. 

     This is a simple generic example that most people can relate. But they can relate even more with the fact as time passes by if you get to achieve one of those, the sense of accomplishment overwhelms you and you feel like you’ve made it. 

That feeling right there…THAT’S THE PROBLEM!

     You see yourself completing one of your many goals and feel like you have accomplished everything. You stop working hard, comfortability takes over and time passes you by without warning. By the time you notice this, getting yourself to be as disciplined and hungry for success as you were, feels like a burden. 

     Knowing this, I invite you to try this…

Chase yourself!

     Chase the person you want to be in the next 5 years of your life. Work hard to be that person in your present. After those 5 years pass by, chase the person you want to be in 10 years. Be always in the hunt for the person that you want to be in the future. Don’t settle for the thing that you have right now, because future you has double the amount. This does not have to be about money or material things. You can be constantly chasing to be a better version of yourself. 

Better lifestyle

Better heart

Better person.

By

Emanuelle Santiago

“Always remember to have that KING mentality!” 

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