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How to conquer your frustrations You have been knocked down – it’s obvious that you’ve been – everything around you suggests it. Inside, you feel so deflated, so defeated. You’ve lost all energy to fight, because in the past, you’ve put in all you can, hoping that all you have is enough to take you from the pit to the feast, but from all indications, you’re finished.  In your mind, that’s how you feel. You don’t just feel that way – all who observe you, although make efforts to tell you to go on, but the looks on their faces suggest you’ve lost the fight. On paper, you’ve lost the fight. By statistics, you’ve lost the fight. By expert opinion, you’ve lost the fight. But let me tell you something, the only person that can say it’s over IS YOU. It’s only ended when you say it’s ended. The game…

Life intimidates you with competition; if you shy away, you’re a loser. If you give all you can and still lose, you’re a winner. Winners aren’t just those that took the medals; they are those who gave everything that nature has endowed them with, even if they got no medals in the end. You see, for so long, you’ve been short changing yourself by taking yourself off the winners’ table, when for real, you were actually a winner. Until you start redefining yourself, you can’t reposition yourself. Repositioning begins with a changed mind-set – a better mental picture of yourself. The positive picture in your head gives you an edge – the negative one edges you out of contest. Until you see yourself as good enough, you will continue to be bad. Until you see yourself as smart enough, those you’re better than will continue to outdo you. The pyramid…

I have done so many things in life, taken certain actions also. Today, when I look back, I ask myself, how on earth did I do it? If I had focused on my fears, or on my doubts, I wouldn’t have been able to do it. If I had looked at those who felt I wasn’t qualified to do it, I would have just sat down and remain ordinary. When I say ordinary, I am not suggesting that I am extraordinary – what I am saying is that as an ordinary person, I am living my dream by being an inspirational person. If I wasn’t, you wouldn’t be hearing my voice now! When I stand to speak in front of people, it doesn’t mean I am not nervous – I am nervous but unwilling to let my nerves steal my dream. When I sit down to write an exam, it…