LiberateMe- Inspiring and Motivational book

LiberateMe is a simple and powerful book. In this post, I am bringing a few citations from it.

LiberateMe is inspiring and motivational book that will help you live your best life, it is filled with researches results, stories, and practical suggestions for everything from creating better habits, to learning, to deeper understanding about how you make good decisions, how to react to certain things in your life and becoming happier in ways that are meaningful and lasting.

The question about achieving something becomes all the more serious, when a person is unable to change and mold themselves, into becoming someone who wants to achieve something great. It becomes bigger and takes on an intensity of its own in such situations, where someone wants to achieve something and has tried a number of times to achieve what they have wanted to achieve.

They have tried to do it again and again, and have repeated many times what they have been doing, yet they haven’t been able to do, or achieve what they have set out to do.

At such a stage, the person trying to achieve something is not able to amount to anything or succeed at anything at all, then that person will stop applying themselves and completely give up. They will no longer try or believe that they can amount to something in their heart.

Just as the saying goes “Dress for the job that you want, not for the job that you have”, in order to be successful, and reach the destination that you have always wanted, you have to try to improve yourself in every possible way.

For you, it is no longer about asking the right sort of questions or even questioning the fact, whether you can achieve what you want or not. Having lost touch with who we are, and everything that we are capable of is responsible for our rather inflated sense of being and belonging. It is for those reasons you need to well prepare yourself.

The whole picture is broadened in an obvious way through the book LiberateMe, to serve your needs, to wake up and come to terms with reality and a little bit of common sense.

People do not always fail because they do not work hard enough, or they do not believe themselves to be good enough.

They, more often than not, fail because they follow suit, believing that things will work out for them just like things work out for other people around them.

When a person wants to achieve something and realizes she (or he) has to go against the status quo, she may have doubts at first and say to herself, ‘I can’t buck the system because I would need to sacrifice. I’ll have to change a lot of things, give up the habits I have or change some of it, and I do not want to give up these things.’   It’s hard to go against one’s own nature, so it requires a different way of looking at yourself and the world. 

Indeed, self-help books and inspirational articles are full of people, who tell you to live life to the fullest and treat yourself to whatever you want. What most of them fail to mention is that those early decisions you make in life, based on attitude and self-talk, play the biggest role in whether you achieve success.

We talk to ourselves inwardly all the time, without really thinking about it. What you tell yourself in your own thoughts is the way you will respond to situations and to people around you.

If you are excited and passionate about what you have set out to you, you will have a better chance of working towards your goal and achieving all that you have set out to achieve. It is this excitement and this passion, if it goes missing from your body, there is a very good chance that you will never be able to make it to your goal. It is just like when you think of something, and if you get distracted, by something else or someone, there is a very good chance that you will lose your train of thoughts and forget what you were thinking about. On the other hand, there are so many things, that you have seen or done years ago, and you still remember it like yesterday. The difference between the two is that the first one was a fleeting thought, but the second one, you were excited about it, you were passionate about it and you remembered the whole thing to its entirety or otherwise.   


Therefore, if you are excited and filled with passion to the brim about what you have set out to do, there is no way that you will not achieve it.

Achieving your goals and desires isn’t always about power, an abundance of energy, or even courage. A soft attitude can work just as well. Water dripping on a rock, drop by soft drop, will, in the end, make a hole in the hard rock. It’s all about consistency. It’s in the power of what comes next.


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