You Are The Problem, Really Think About It – Rays Realization

 

What is the problem? What’s going on?

We ask ourselves what’s the problem on a daily basis.

Well I’m asking did you figure out the problem.

I was stuck in a weird grey zone confused. I kept making up excuses for what the problem was. I was justifying everything and lying to myself about what the problem was.

I couldn’t figure it, I wanted to give up, I wanted to fail.

My manipulating thoughts were taking over my right state of mind, which helped me make up negatives and excuses.

The problem is ME (You). You are the fu***ng problem! All along you, you!

The reason why we can’t move forward, have the strength, the confidence, the determination. We are stopping ourselves to take the next step, to move forward. Instead we rather hit the rewind button and keep making the same mistake that are stopping us!

Our fear and negativity is controlling and manipulating us to move forward and put our dreams on hold!

Well it’s time to take control, and realize that we, you, and me are the problem.

There is always a solution to a problem. Find the answer and solve what the problem is.

Only you can make this happen.

It took me a long time to realize that I was the problem; I was stopping myself to succeed in life! I have failed, trial and error, and couldn’t figure it out. I had to change the way I did things, because the way I was doing things, was the problem.

We will never discover our greatness unless we solve that problem.

Let’s get off the pity potty, find answers, and solve the problems we have that are stopping us to move forward in our lives.


Written by Tangible Triumphs Staff Member: Ray Rodriguez 

Co Founder & Co Owner of: Tangible Triumph

21 thoughts on “You Are The Problem, Really Think About It – Rays Realization

  1. This is a powerful post. I agree with your way of thinking, I’ve never been one to pity myself. Crying over your circumstances won’t help anything; if you want to see some changes, you have to be willing to take some action

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  2. This is a powerful post. I agree with your thinking, I’ve never been one to pity myself. Crying about your circumstances won’t help anything; if you want to see some changes, you have to be willing to take some action.

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  3. It’s not always easy to bring it back to yourself, especially without indulging in self-hatred or pity, but if you can see that it’s just about taking responsibility and moving forward, that’s tremendous, right? Thanks for the follow and good luck with your blog –

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  4. I love this Ray. I’ve noticed that things never change when we blame people and circumstances, but when we examine ourselves and take responsibility for what we did or could have done, conditions improve almost immediately. I thoroughly loved this read. Thank you for sharing brother.

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