Today, I have a super important topic to dive into that's a lot different than my previous blog posts.
For most of you, social media is a big part of your life. It can do a lot of good for people, but I've also seen it cause a lot of damage. Two of the biggest disadvantages of social media is comparison of others and feelings of unworthiness.
I want to teach you how to use social media to your advantage and stop letting social media use you. All of these tips are things you have complete control over.
#1: Follow people who inspire you
There are tons of amazing people on social media, people that make you want to work harder, people that want to make you a better person. Find those people and connect with them.
#2: Unfollow people that make you feel unworthy
Are you comparing yourself to people you see on social media? Are you thinking, "I'm never going to be as good as her," or "I'll never have what she has." If so, UNFOLLOW.
#3: Create and...
Welcome back guys. Today I wanted to talk about something that I think we ALL need help with, regardless of how old you are or where you're at in your journey.
Controlling the controllable.
What does being in control really mean?
It’s not about controlling the outcome, but having control over the process. Control how hard you work, control your attitude.
In sports, you don't always have control over the outcome of the game, but you do have control over how you prepare for the game.
There are a few things that we DO have control over. Everyone is going to make mistakes, and we get to choose how we respond to those mistakes. Yes, you may get the ball taken away from you. Yes, you may miss the shot. Yes, you may fail the test.
How will you respond to those mistakes?
CONTROL THE PROCESS.
There are 4 things that we ALWAYS have control over.
Number one is attitude.
You always have control over your attitude. You are...