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I don’t know many of you well, but I do know human nature.  And I think I can say with utter certainty that life is going to knock you down at least once in your life.  Way down.  And when it does, this blog post by James Altucher is here to help you.

You have to read the entire post (that’s an order) , which is worth every second of your attention to get to ” T ” which is pure genius:

” T)     Most important: When you have money, love, contentment, this is not when you have succeeded. These are the results. The trumpets are not blowing now. You’re sleeping and you don’t care. MOST IMPORTANT: the trumpets are blowing when you are at your lows and you take that next step forward. That is success. That is love of life. That is creativity and spirit and God.

When you are at the lowest, you are closest to God, to your faith, to a higher power, to an inner you. To whatever you want to call it. Nobody cares what you call it. This is your moment to shine, to show how much you’ve learned, to show how much you are able to succeed. There are no other moments as powerful. Please don’t waste them.

Please bookmark and share 20 ways to restore faith when everything goes wrong.  You never know who might really need this help on any given day.

Cheers!

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2 thoughts on “Share

    nserai said:
    January 12, 2012 at 1:35 pm

    Thank you very much for sharing this very good advice. I have a problem to figure out what to do when I’m very anxious. Now I can just look at this list for something nice. Thank you also for introducing me to that seemingly very interesting blog. I have never encountered it before.

      MsRat responded:
      January 12, 2012 at 3:34 pm

      Trust me, you will love James’ blog….it’s always interesting and it has a wonderful commenter community. Lots of good people with interesting thoughts. I read it everyday. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

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