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These are the 3 most impactful lessons I’ve learned:

These are the 3 most impactful lessons I’ve learned:

  1. It doesn’t matter where you’ve been or how much trauma you’ve experienced, you can always come out stronger.
  2. Instead of believing in overnight success, work hard and push yourself to be your best self. 
  3. Take advantage of the 40% rule to become the master of your mind and achieve more than you thought possible.

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Can't Hurt Me

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Regardless of the obstacle you face, you can overcome and grow from it.

If you’ve been given a bad hand in life, look for the advantages it gives you. All of the difficulties and pain you experience make you stronger. Challenges in life are like weight-lifting. The more we lift and overcome, the stronger we will be

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If you want to get to the next level, work hard and persevere through your limits.

We need to realize when things get the hardest is when we have the chance to callous our minds and push past our limits.

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Stop using 40% of your effort and give life 100%.

It may sound crazy, but as humans, we tend to give up after giving only 40% of our maximum power.

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