MOTIVATIONAL THOUGHT| USE YOUR IRRITANT AS A STEPPING STONE
|Use your irritant as a stepping stone.|
Use Your Irritant as a Stepping Stone
Albert Einstein overcame adversity.You can capitalize on it, by turning it into a positive situation. You may be saying, " but that's hard". I
know it seems hard, but take a look at ALBERT EINSTEIN'S life. He had one of the greatest minds of his century, but he had dyslexia. According disabled-world.com/artman/publish/article_2130.shtml , "He would not remember the months in the year yet he would succeed in solving some of the most complicated mathematical formulas of the time without any trouble. He may have never learned how to properly tie his shoelace, but his scientific contributions and theories still have a major effect on all of today's current knowledge of science." So never let any one nor anything have you thinking you can't succeed. We all have different talents & successes in life. Einstein could have wasted his talent because of dyslexia, but he didn't. He strove for what he desired.
Walt Disney overcame adversity.There are other people whom overcame adversity over the years. For example, WALT DISNEY had the same learning disorder as Einstein. Walt Disney kept his eye on the prize. He kept pressing on & attended the ACADEMY of FINE ARTS while he also attended high school. That's what I call persevering to attend two schools at the same time. He didn't give up on his goals or dreams because of an irritant called dyslexia. NOOOO, HE DID NOT GIVE UP. He used it as a STEPPING stone & moved on. If there is an irritant ( person or thing) trying to stand in your way, let it make you stronger & accomplish your goals. You can do it! ALWAYS REMEMBER, YOU CAN DO ANYTHING YOU PUT YOUR MIND TO.
The Oyster Overcame Adversity.
FINAL THOUGHT - THE GOAL IS TO TURN YOUR IRRITANT INTO A PEARL.
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