How to Ignore the Haters in Your Life
FACT: Haters don’t really hate you. In fact, they hate themselves because you are a reflection of what they wish to be.
In life when you strive for greatness, you will come across people who will try to drag you down.
They will try to talk you out of your goals 🎯
They will tell you that what you’re attempting is a waste of time ⏱ and that you’ll never be able to accomplish it.
Pursuing your dream can be hard enough.
You will come across many obstacles and experience many failures.
It will be tempting to give up, but you definitely don’t need the negative 👎 input from others.
They won’t like it when you don’t listen, and as a result may begin to chime in more with their disapproval.
But if you truly want to be your best 👍, you must make your own decisions . . .
others will make them for you.
Letting others control your thoughts and actions just so they will like you is no way to live life, unless you want to be a robot.
Block out all the noise (what the haters are saying) and just be yourself all the time.
Remember that an original is always better than a copy and showing your true colors will attract others who like you for the person you are and will support your efforts to succeed.
I leave you with this . . .
“A tiger 🐅 doesn’t lose sleep over the opinions of sheep 🐑”
Questions to Ask Your Child (& Yourself):
• Who are some of the haters in your life?
• What are some ways you could ignore them or block out all their noise?
• How will your life improve by removing the hate from your life?
Remember, lead by example for your children.
The more you complain about life and what happens to you the more bad habits they will pick up.
The more you let people get to you, the more it will end up happening for them too.
So block out all the negativity and noise in your life and make the best of it.
You children see more than you know.
Make this one simple change in your life and it will impact them greatly.
Next time we will discuss how to turn it up when nothing seems to be going the way you want it to and how to help your child do the same.
Until next time, take care.
Jason Kifer, Sensei