Suffering is undoubtedly a painful experience for most people, but if you can get some motivational doses, in any manner, the experience might become less painful. Author and self proclaimed culture shifter, Albert M. Carter was compelled to write a book entitled Life Suck$ which contains some interesting chapters for those who are going through challenging times. His purpose is to create new hope and change the way people think about the rough patches in their lives. According to him, screwing up has the ability to motivate a person more than anything else and after tough times if you change the way you think about your problems, you can set forth growth. These challenges can have a surprising ending, these issues can lead to various forms of success. These “screw up create killer success”.
Sometimes we feel out of place and lost in our daily lives. Has it become your habit to ponder over the meaning of your existence? Then there is a good chance for you to turn your weakness into your superpower. Read this book for proper guidance and feel that hidden power within you. The author wants to make you realize that stress and depression are not stronger than you. Everyone knows that life is a roller coaster ride and each one of us goes through the highs and lows. The highs are always short-lived, at least they appear so but the lows are just too burdensome to be experienced. None of us would want to go through the low phase but the bitter reality is that we have to. All we need to do is be calm in these situations, look for the lessons, and try to find out the solution to our problems.
When things aren’t going your way most people get frustrated, upset and scared, which is completely natural and okay. So accept these emotions and try to make them your ladder towards success. One of the key things that this book highlights is the various ways to reduce frustration during difficult times. You can move forward once you learn how to change your thinking. The key is to identify your thoughts and keep them from bouncing around in the past or a possible future by reconnecting with this moment.
If you feel like you are going through hell, don’t stop, keep going. Screwing up often leads to a better you. Sometimes we really think that it’s a full stop for our life. But if you think it’s due to any external factor, you’re wrong. It is very easy to get stuck in negative things when you start thinking that your life, your week or month isn’t going well. But don’t forget that there are still things that are going perfectly in the right direction in your life.
So, if you are going through a tough time in your life then think:
- What is the thing that I can learn from this situation?
- How can I adjust myself to avoid making the same mistake and to likely do better the next time?
Quote from the author:
“Success is overcoming one obstacle at a time until you reach your goal.” – Albert M. Carter
About the author:
Albert Carter is an award-winning Talent Manager and Music Consultant. He helps artists and understands the value of their music and learns what it takes to make it in the music business. Albert has good practical experience working in various genres of music globally and is adept at building sustainable relationships with record labels, brands, and artists along with governmental agencies at the local, state, and federal levels.
For more information please visit the website www.albertmcarter.com/reads