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Inspiration 

Let me ask you, who's your inspiration?

Motivation

... And your motivation?

Drive 

... And let's not forget drive?

Endless words I could ask you including determination, passion, ambition, the list is infinite!

What makes you want to achieve great and big things? Makes you reach up to the sky and take a chunk of the sky out?
Makes you live way up in the golden castle of clouds?

Is there anything? Is it survival? I've never been a person who's been extremely motivated, or driven. I just do what I do. I've always lacked self confidence but I believe I gain more everyday since I've acknowledged it.

My sister was talking to me about how she has a little voice in her head that tells her to go further, to keep going and never stop. The voice that holds high expectations of her makes her want to prove herself. (To herself...)




I think we all need that, we need drive to push ourselves, to be better, because I'm telling you, yeah you. You could be a hell of a lot better than you are now, that article you want to submit to your college/university paper that could help your writing career? Go and submit it, stop thinking and thinking, and worrying and for once just do it, ruthlessly, daringly believe in yourself and believe in your ability!

That promotion you want? Go and get it, go and fight for it! Anything you can think of, that you want but you're not because of those seconds of thinking, or those doubts, you better stop and go and get it! No matter what it takes, you can do it!

We, are the stay up nighters, the all for one fighters and the don't-stop-till-you're-there (no more rhyming 
words left) ...kinda guys and gals. 

So stop doubting, stop thinking
 and try!

Anything is possible, just take a leap of faith! 


Wasalaam 

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