Don't be Jealous - Be
When we see people do things we cannot do or have
things we don't have, it might be tempting to be a little jealous.
But, jealously doesn't lead to anything except resentment, and
that isn't going to help you. Instead of being jealous of others,
focus on being inspired. Let the success of others move you
forward toward your own success. After all, people who are doing
things you want to do or have things you want are examples of
what is possible for you.
When I see people doing things I want to do I
become inspired. After all, if one person can do it, it can
be done. Those people ahead of me are setting a great example
of what is possible. I don't get jealous. I get inspired. I
look at those who are doing what I want to do as the trailblazers.
I am thankful to them because they provide examples and paths
to follow. It doesn't mean I have to do exactly what they do,
but it gives me clues as to what works. I can still do success
my way, but it sure is great to have examples to reference.
Everyone has their own path to walk, so there
is no need to be jealous of others. They are simply doing what
they were put on earth to do. And as we walk our own path, we
can use the examples of successful people as guides to help
us achieve what we want. Those who are doing what we want to
do are setting great examples for us, so we need to be thankful
not jealous. They have gone before us to blaze a trail, and
perhaps make it a little easier to achieve success based on
what we can learn from them.
Coach Rachelle Disbennett-Lee, PhD provides daily motivation,
information and inspiration to thousands of busy self development
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