WHY IS YOUR ENTHUSIASM DOWN
Welcome to DivineRoyalty Fearless Motivation.
Why are you down casted?. Have you been mocked? Maybe you are striving to succeed but it seems you are not succeeding. Have you try to do something different, unique and bold, and hear a range of voices: some in cautioning tones, some in flat-out opposition, and some in valued support. And one can be easily swayed by these voices, particularly those belonging to people telling you that it’s a hard road ahead, they’re afraid that you will fail, are you sure you want to do this? It’s important to remember that the voices which are holding you back are rooted in an insecurity, in either a lack of imagination, a fear of stepping out of bounds.
Why are you all of a sudden douthing yourself, why can’t you trust your mentors who have succeed in that area and take the negativity that you receive as a challenge.
Courage and perseverance have a magical talisman, before which difficulties disappear and obstacles vanish into air, Permanence, perseverance and persistence in spite of all obstacles, discouragements and impossibilities, It is this, that in all things distinguishes the strong soul from the weak, A failure is not always a mistake. It may simply be the best one can do under the circumstances, The real mistake is when you stop trying, weariness in our spirit, and distractions which cause us to take our focus off God, We need to support our faith with perseverance, One way of doing this is to recognize and defeat the enemies of perseverance which includes keeping company with bad friends and with fear of things other than, Perseverance is not just a matter of trying harder when we are fearful or when our enthusiasm is down, but of taking time to nourish our relationship with God, A need to spend some quiet time with God in order to find the strength and focus to serve him in all of life, Identify the distractions in your life that attempt to weaken your relationship with God and your service to him, and pray about it, asking God to show you the best way to deal with the distractions in your life so you can serve him better, kindly abandon yourself in God’s presence when you think that all hope is lost, you will generate insight that will help you to fly.
Maybe you are no longer positive in your vision in line with your life purpose. In case you don’t know, Positivity produces energy. Why can’t you prove those who dought your self-worth wrong. You are the only one who is qualified to do what God created you for, but without Christ, you lose your qualifications. Hear me now, you are divinely designed to succeed. The voices that’s discouraging you is seductive. Learn from hestory through this champions who refused to accept no as an answer.
Kingsley Uchechukwu Vincent (Divine-Royalty) which is me.
I was once rejected when I was growing up as child. Many parents cautioned their children not to mingle out with me or keep me as friend. But today, everyone want to be my friend. Parents uses me as description how they want their child to be.
Jay-Z couldn’t get signed to any record labels.
No one can stop Jay-Z. He came from a rough Brooklyn neighborhood and had big dreams to make it big as a rapper. Unfortunately, the rest of the world didn’t agree with him at first. Not one record label would sign him. Yet that didn’t stop him from creating his own music powerhouse. His label would eventually turn into the insanely lucrative Roc-A-Fella Records. Here’s proof Jay-Z is on top: Forbes has estimated his net worth at $500 million, and TIME ranked him at one of their 2013 Most Influential People In The World. And he’s married to Beyoncé.
Charlize Theron witnessed her mother kill her father.
When Theron was 15, she witnessed her mother shoot her alcoholic father in an act of self-defense. Instead of letting the trauma immobilize her ambition, Theron channelled her energy into making a name for herself. She would eventually become one of the most respected and talented actresses, becoming the first South African actress to win an Academy Award.
Simon Cowell had a failed record company.
By his late twenties, Cowell had made a million dollars and lost a million dollars. Cowell told The Daily Mail in 2012, “‘I’ve had many failures. The biggest were at times when I believed my own hype. I’d had smaller failures, signing bands that didn’t work, but my record company going bust, that was the first big one.” Even after such a momentous loss, Cowell picked himself up and became one of the biggest forces in reality television, serving as a judge for “Pop Idol,” “The X Factor,” “Britain’s Got Talent” and “American Idol.” Forbes has estimated his net worth at $95 million.
Franklin Roosevelt became partially paralyzed at 39.
After vacationing in Canada, Roosevelt developed polio, which eventually left him paralyzed from the waist down for the rest of his life. Even though he couldn’t walk, he went on to lead the country as one of the most respected and memorable presidents in history.
Kris Carr turned her cancer into a business of hope and healing.
In 2003, Karr was a 32-year-old New Yorker just enjoying life. But then, a regular checkup at her doctor’s office resulted in a diagnosis of a rare and incurable Stage IV cancer called epithelioid hemangioendothelioma, existing in her liver and lungs.
Instead of succumbing to the disease, Carr decided to challenge her diagnosis head on. She attacked her cancer with a brand new nutritional lifestyle, and turned her experience into a series of successful self-help books and documentaries. Eventually, she launched her own wellness website, which is followed by over 40,000 people. Today, Karr is celebrating a decade of “thriving with cancer,” and is now revered as one of the most prominent experts on healthy living.
Thomas Edison failed 1,000 times before creating the lightbulb.
Although the exact number of tries has been debated, ranging from 1,000 to 10,000 attempts, it’s safe to say Edison tried and failed a whole lot before he successfully created his beacon of light. His response to his repeated failures? “I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.”
Oprah Winfrey gave birth at age 14 and lost her child.
She is one of the most successful and richest people in the world today, but Winfrey didn’t always have it so easy. She grew up in Milwaukee, Wis. and was repeatedly molested by her cousin, uncle and a family friend. She eventually ran away from home, and at age 14 gave birth to a baby boy who shortly died after.
But Winfrey’s tragic past didn’t stop her from becoming the force she is today. She excelled as an honors student in high school, and won an oratory contest which secured her a full scholarship to college. Now the entrepreneur and personality has the admiration of millions and a net worth of $2.9 billion.
Stephen King’s first novel was rejected 30 times.
If it weren’t for King’s wife, “Carrie” may not have ever existed. After being consistently rejected by publishing houses, King gave up and threw his first book in the trash. His wife, Tabitha, retrieved the manuscript and urged King to finish it. Now, King’s books have sold over 350 million copies and have been made into countless major motion pictures.
Richard Branson has dyslexia.
Branson was a pretty bad student — he didn’t get good marks and he did poorly on standardized tests. Instead of giving up, he used the power of his personality to drive him to success. Today, Branson, known for developing Virgin Records and many of its more technologically advanced spinoffs, is the fourth richest person in the UK.
Benjamin Franklin dropped out of school at age ten.
Franklin’s parents could only afford to keep him in school until his tenth birthday. That didn’t stop the great man from pursuing his education. He taught himself through voracious reading, and eventually went on to invent the lightning rod and bifocals. Oh, and he became one of America’s Founding Fathers.
Bethany Hamilton had her arm bitten off by a shark.
Hamilton started surfing when she was just a child. At age 13, an almost-deadly shark attack resulted in her losing her left arm. She was back on her surfboard one month later, and two years after that, she won first place in the Explorer Women’s Division of the NSSA National Championships. Talk about determination.
Jim Carrey used to be homeless.
Carrey revealed to James Lipton on “Inside the Actor’s Studio” that when he was 15, he had to drop out of school to support his family. His father was an unemployed musician and as the family went from “lower middle class to poor,” they eventually had to start living in a van. Carrey didn’t let this stop him from achieving his dream of becoming a comedian: He went from having his dad drive him to comedy clubs in Toronto to starring in mega-blockbusters and being known as one of the best comedic actors of an era.
Albert Einstein didn’t speak until he was four years old.
Einstein didn’t have the best childhood. In fact, many people thought he was just a dud. He never spoke for the first three years of his life, and throughout elementary school, many of his teachers thought he was lazy and wouldn’t make anything of himself. He always received good marks, but his head was in the clouds, conjuring up abstract questions people couldn’t understand. But he kept thinking and, well, he eventually developed the theory of relativity, which many of us still can’t wrap our heads around.
Bill Gates’ first business failed.
Yes, the richest person in the whole world couldn’t make any money at first. Gates’ first company, Traf-O-Data (a device which could read traffic tapes and process the data), failed miserably. When Gates and his partner, Paul Allen, tried to sell it, the product wouldn’t even work. Gates and Allen didn’t let that stop them from trying again though. Here’s how Allen explained how the failure helped them: “Even though Traf-O-Data wasn’t a roaring success, it was seminal in preparing us to make Microsoft’s first product a couple of years later.
Until you awake up the Champion in you and do something to change your world and prove your doughters wrong. You will remain like a slave to the seductive word of those who claim to be friends but they are sneak in the monkeys shadow. Be motivated.
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