Video: Jay Shetty
So I'm just ...(1)... this business that I love. Nothing is going ...(2)... Everything I try I just keep tripping over. I keep thinking to myself, I can't do this anymore, you know?
- Come on, Jemina! Come here! Yeah! Keep ...(3)... ! Yes! Keep going! Well done.
- It's funny, isn't it?
- What is funny?
- When a child is learning how to ...(4)... and falls down fifty times, it never stops and thinks to itself, this isn't for me. Just now you were helping your young ...(5)... get back up, you were telling her to keep trying, you were telling her that she can do this. But as we grow ...(6)... we start building up these ...(7)... in our ...(8)... and our life. We start saying things like "I can't do this", "This isn't for me", "It's ...(9)...". We start ...(10)... about what people think and what they say about us. See, the thing about ...(11)... is that they're only true if you believe in them. So, instead of believing in your ...(11)..., start believing in yourself. I used to worry about the ...(12)... other people put on me, until I realized that wasn't them, it was me. And that's why we need to move away from these limitations and barriers and start to ...(13)... like a child. We need to learn to ...(13)... like children. Children ...(14)..., get back up and start walking. You've done that, I've done that, we've all done that. And that's the same in life. We need to learn to fail like a child.
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