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Motivation in life


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This topic is for the ones who are experiencing some difficulties in life. It is said that if you are not making someone else's life better, then you are wasting your time. In this topic I'm going to share some inputs. You're free to take them or not. You are the one who can change your life. Not me, or him, or her, etc. The power is in you. Don't be afraid to shine.

Just for you to know, I'm a Sports Coach, (For the ones who don't know about it: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coaching).

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Just want to share a bit of recent experience about this. Past year has been hard for everybody I guess. Personally things started going wrong before Covid crise : in two days I entered in the friendzone (another brother fallen at fight lol) with a very good friend and learnt that I had miss my final exam (believe e that it's hard to find motivation to go to 2nd session when you have spent one year waiting for the end of your formation because you have find that it was not for you). Few months after I lost my grandma (the only grandparent i've ever know). I had a lot of regrets at this moment.

And finally the lockdown stopped me while I had a bit of fun making a work I love (which was only for 9 months) 

During last campaign, precisely during the juin 44 battle (this is a bit why tell you the story, I find a bit funny that all changes started on this moment, and tomorrow we will play it again), I learnt something about that girl that made me feeling really bad (I'm the kind of jealous guy if you see what I mean). This made me a sort of electrochoc, and I decided it was time to change some things, especially physically . I've been chunky for almost all the years I can remember well, first cause to drugs I had to take (I'm epileptic and teenager years were hard, now I'm ok), and then by taking bad habits. So I started seriously to make running, and paid a lot more attention to the food. And it has paid, between those 2 battles I lost around 17kg, and feel a lot better, even if I'm still not totally satisfied. Changing physically is (at least hope it will be) a huge step in the daily life, it gives you a boost in confidence in yourself (I'm shy, and it was amplified by the fact I was complexed by my apparence, afraid by possible judging from others). And finally we're back in a good terms with that girl. Still need to change some other things, but when you are launched it's easier start. 

Guess it's a good example about motivation, with a bit of CMP in it lol, and I wanted to share it with some people. We're not really friends, but some guys here are a little part of my daily life 

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13 hours ago, Druidix said:

Just want to share a bit of recent experience about this. Past year has been hard for everybody I guess. Personally things started going wrong before Covid crise : in two days I entered in the friendzone (another brother fallen at fight lol) with a very good friend and learnt that I had miss my final exam (believe e that it's hard to find motivation to go to 2nd session when you have spent one year waiting for the end of your formation because you have find that it was not for you). Few months after I lost my grandma (the only grandparent i've ever know). I had a lot of regrets at this moment.

And finally the lockdown stopped me while I had a bit of fun making a work I love (which was only for 9 months) 

During last campaign, precisely during the juin 44 battle (this is a bit why tell you the story, I find a bit funny that all changes started on this moment, and tomorrow we will play it again), I learnt something about that girl that made me feeling really bad (I'm the kind of jealous guy if you see what I mean). This made me a sort of electrochoc, and I decided it was time to change some things, especially physically . I've been chunky for almost all the years I can remember well, first cause to drugs I had to take (I'm epileptic and teenager years were hard, now I'm ok), and then by taking bad habits. So I started seriously to make running, and paid a lot more attention to the food. And it has paid, between those 2 battles I lost around 17kg, and feel a lot better, even if I'm still not totally satisfied. Changing physically is (at least hope it will be) a huge step in the daily life, it gives you a boost in confidence in yourself (I'm shy, and it was amplified by the fact I was complexed by my apparence, afraid by possible judging from others). And finally we're back in a good terms with that girl. Still need to change some other things, but when you are launched it's easier start. 

Guess it's a good example about motivation, with a bit of CMP in it lol, and I wanted to share it with some people. We're not really friends, but some guys here are a little part of my daily life 

Thanks for sharing. Believe it or not, this can inspire others. This is place where nobody is going to be judged. Sometimes you only want to be listened("read" :D). That's all.

My girlfriend's family say "compartir és estimar" (it's catalan). It means, "Sharing is caring". This not only implies caring for ohters, but self-caring too.

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16 hours ago, Druidix said:

Just want to share a bit of recent experience about this. Past year has been hard for everybody I guess. Personally things started going wrong before Covid crise : in two days I entered in the friendzone (another brother fallen at fight lol) with a very good friend and learnt that I had miss my final exam (believe e that it's hard to find motivation to go to 2nd session when you have spent one year waiting for the end of your formation because you have find that it was not for you). Few months after I lost my grandma (the only grandparent i've ever know). I had a lot of regrets at this moment.

And finally the lockdown stopped me while I had a bit of fun making a work I love (which was only for 9 months) 

During last campaign, precisely during the juin 44 battle (this is a bit why tell you the story, I find a bit funny that all changes started on this moment, and tomorrow we will play it again), I learnt something about that girl that made me feeling really bad (I'm the kind of jealous guy if you see what I mean). This made me a sort of electrochoc, and I decided it was time to change some things, especially physically . I've been chunky for almost all the years I can remember well, first cause to drugs I had to take (I'm epileptic and teenager years were hard, now I'm ok), and then by taking bad habits. So I started seriously to make running, and paid a lot more attention to the food. And it has paid, between those 2 battles I lost around 17kg, and feel a lot better, even if I'm still not totally satisfied. Changing physically is (at least hope it will be) a huge step in the daily life, it gives you a boost in confidence in yourself (I'm shy, and it was amplified by the fact I was complexed by my apparence, afraid by possible judging from others). And finally we're back in a good terms with that girl. Still need to change some other things, but when you are launched it's easier start. 

Guess it's a good example about motivation, with a bit of CMP in it lol, and I wanted to share it with some people. We're not really friends, but some guys here are a little part of my daily life 

thanks for sharing this with us dt ❤️ 

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18 hours ago, Druidix said:

During last campaign, precisely during the juin 44 battle (this is a bit why tell you the story, I find a bit funny that all changes started on this moment, and tomorrow we will play it again), I learnt something about that girl that made me feeling really bad (I'm the kind of jealous guy if you see what I mean). This made me a sort of electrochoc, and I decided it was time to change some things, especially physically . I've been chunky for almost all the years I can remember well, first cause to drugs I had to take (I'm epileptic and teenager years were hard, now I'm ok), and then by taking bad habits. So I started seriously to make running, and paid a lot more attention to the food. And it has paid, between those 2 battles I lost around 17kg, and feel a lot better, even if I'm still not totally satisfied. Changing physically is (at least hope it will be) a huge step in the daily life, it gives you a boost in confidence in yourself (I'm shy, and it was amplified by the fact I was complexed by my apparence, afraid by possible judging from others). And finally we're back in a good terms with that girl. Still need to change some other things, but when you are launched it's easier start. 

Guess it's a good example about motivation, with a bit of CMP in it lol, and I wanted to share it with some people. We're not really friends, but some guys here are a little part of my daily life 

Good moves! You rise like a Phoenix!

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