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“An eye for an eye will only make the whole world blind.” —– Mahatma Gandhi
“The best revenge is massive success.” — Frank Sinatra
“Revenge is a powerful motivator.” — Marcus Luttrell
“The best revenge is not to be like your enemy.” — Marcus Aurelius
Revenge is sweet.
But, only when it’s the right kind of revenge.
That is, the non-obsessive type of revenge.
Revenge that will actually put you forward in life.
Revenge that gets you ahead of someone that was trying to hold you back.
Revenge that gets you beyond a situation that was out of your control that was stunting your growth in some way.
You can leverage that energy that you get from the idea of getting revenge on the people who worked against you.
There’s a lot of energy when it comes to revenge.
Just thinking about the people you want revenge on — the people who never showed up when you wanted them to, a past relationship partner, a previous boss, or maybe a current boss — causes energy to swell up in you.
“I don’t focus on what I’m up against. I focus on my goals and I try to ignore the rest.” — Venus Williams
“The thing about goals is that living without them is a lot more fun, in the short run. It seems to me, though, that the people who get things done, who lead, who grow and who make an impact… those people have goals.” — Seth Godin
“People with goals succeed because they know where they’re going.” — Earl Nightingale
“I think goals should never be easy, they should force you to work, even if they are uncomfortable at the time.” — Michael Phelps
Recently, somebody didn’t like the concepts I was sharing online.
It was the usual message.
Strive for self-reliance.
Figure out where you want to go and then focus on achieving it.
Don’t pay attention to other people.
Figure out what you want and go after it with all of your might.
And, somebody didn’t like that message.
They started spouting off, saying that it was a mistake to encourage people to give their full effort all the time.
They think that, instead, I should be talking much m...