“You’re not good enough.” “She is better than you.” “You don’t have the talent.”

At some point, a boss, colleague, or parent has told you one of these things. You shouldn’t listen. Here’s why: they’re reflecting all their beliefs about themselves and fears on to you.

Instead, persevere through their words. and chip at your goals one day at a time. The best things in life are earned by passionate people who do the work it takes to achieve great things.

So the advice is this: keep going. Don’t let people tell you you’re not good enough.

Failure is not final, failure is feedback. You can do great things. You are made for more!

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