Do you believe that life is unfair?
How many times you pointed fingers at the unfairness of life right after you failed to achieve an important goal?
How many times you told a friend of yours that life is unfair after you failed to reach a goal?
Is life truly unfair? Or is it just an excuse that people use to escape from the responsibility? There is one man i know who has the answer to that question.
That man is called Andy north.
Andy was interested in football when he was a child. Suddenly he got a serious knee injury and he was forced to quit football (life was unfair to Andy). Andy started using crutches to move and he thought about playing golf but people told him that no one can play golf using crutches.
Andy decided to not listen to them and he used to move using his crutches in the golf field until he reaches the ball then he used to put the crutches down to hit the ball before he picks them up again to continue moving.
Imagine how much effort was needed to do that? no i am not talking about physical effort but i am talking about the will power needed to go to a golf field using your crutches and to move for big distances using it while everybody is telling you that its not possible. (see also How to do the impossible)
Andy could have chosen to believe that life is unfair and no one would have blamed him. He could have turned into another alcoholic or a drug abuser but he chose to make life fair to him by not giving up.
After some time Andy's legs started becoming stronger until he no longer needed the crutches. Andy didn't stop here but he won the U.S Open twice!
Here is a line about Andy taken from wikipedia: Andrew Stewart North (born March 9, 1950) is an American professional golfer who is best known for winning the U.S. Open twice.
Andy didn't just play golf with an injured knee but he became a famous champion!!
On the short time any bad event can happen to you such as Andy's injury but on the medium and the long time you have the chance to either force life to become fair to you by not giving up or to either give up and join the millions of helpless people who believe that life is unfair.
When i was 23 old i decided to become a millionaire before the age of 30. By the age of 25 i was deep into the stock market and i was about to complete a master in business administration. When i was 26 years old i lost 80% of my life time savings during a sever stock market crash.
At this point i could have chosen to believe that life is unfair and everyone would have supported my belief but instead i chose to force life to become fair to me. I started many businesses that eventually failed until one of them succeeded and made me a millionaire by the age of 28! ( see Ultimate guide to becoming rich)
So is life really unfair?
Well it depends upon how you will respond to its challenges
If you chose to believe that its unfair then you will give up and it will become unfair to you
However if you chose to become another Andy north then life will certainly become fair to you after some hard work.
I have managed to become a self made millionaire at the age of 28. This didn't happen by chance because i already wrote that goal down five years before i accomplished it. Becoming rich is not about luck, starting big or being intelligent but its all about having certain beliefs about money and life.
In The Ultimate guide to becoming rich i will teach you everything that you need to know in order to become rich.
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