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16 Reasons Why People Give Up Their Dreams And What Not To Do

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13 thoughts on “16 Reasons Why People Give Up Their Dreams And What Not To Do

  1. In the fitness industry, these reasons are rampant for not seeing success. If we spent more time following our dreams and believing anything is possible, we would see greater results in every way. Thanks for sharing the post!

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    1. Thank you for your time! I agree. Too many people give up on their goals…

      The fitness world is a great example and can also be used as great analogy.

      People need to be constantly pushing themselves to reach greater achievements. True.

      What do you do exactly, if you don’t mind me asking? Do you train? 🙂

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      1. You’re welcome! I train a handful of people with kettlebells and bodyweight exercises, among other things. Health and wellness are at the root of my philosophy instead of focusing on unhealthy methods of weight loss. I try to promote fun fitness. Do you work out?

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  2. Mind and heart are created to be in perpetual
    contradiction to force us to choose a balanced
    middle way, but we more often than not defeat this
    purpose by going to one extreme or the other!

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  3. I can identify with 8 of those. I let my depression and people’s negative remarks/comments eat me up. I know there’s no rewind button on life and it’s never too late to try again but……. yep, great list of reminders and realizations. Cheers : )

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    1. Thank you for your time.

      Depression is not to be ashamed of. It is one of the greatest messages from the Universe trying to tell you something about yourself and your life…

      Any depression can be overcome…

      May all your dreams and goals manifest in your life!

      Infinite peace and wisdom!

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      1. Danke Schoen, Tack, Kosonom szepen, Thank you. In any language and every language, Thank you : ) Some days are harder than others but you’re right, depression can be overcome in time and manageable for sure. Blessed be to you and yours

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