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How to win in love and life… Where to find inspiration…

How to win in love and life...

How to win in love and life... Where to find inspiration...Sorry for the audio problems. Audio was working better in Part 2.

Posted by McGill Media on Saturday, January 27, 2018

How to win in love and life… Where to find inspiration… (Sorry about the audio problems)

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Bryant McGill is a human potential thought leader, international bestselling author, activist, and social entrepreneur.

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I want to thank you both for allllll the souls you have touched in such a positive way for so many years. You both as a team are so good for so many. Thanks for uplifting my soul when I was so down…and helping me to grow into a beautiful soul like both of you. The world does not have to be dark and ugly no matter where you are in life. It can be so beautiful even in the middle of your own storm…if you make it that way. Thanks for helping me grow into the beautiful person I am today Brian and JennyπŸ’“πŸ˜Ž

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We need to be constantly reevaluating what success means. Most so-called success in the world is slavery. The trappings of success often bring the opposite of success, at least in the ways most meaningful to people’s lives. Beware! Success is not what you think it is. It’s often a trap. You have been programmed from birth into a sick construct of competitive violence. Most success by your likely definition will lead to the destruction of your individuality and your inner-beings grand potential.

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Stretch your finger-tipped reach for inward success, as far and deep, as your reach outward. Ardently strive β€” toward yourself. Dream, reach, long, want, and hustle, but never once β€” for success. Do it for you. And please, do it as you. Let your success merely be a testament to a life well-lived β€” in the way that it must be uniquely lived for you, and only for you. Success is merely the acknowledgement of your significance. And the highest form of success, is to behold, and ever defend the significance of every person, as reverently and devoutly, as your own.

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My faith is in God. He is my guide. It isn’t about money and material. See too many preachers lose their lives in this negativity.

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There is nothing intrinsically wrong with being successful and we should have abundance and success in our lives. But, we must possess the inner maturity to handle success; individually and as a culture. Every degree of success must be paired with a degree of integrity and compassion. Success without integrity is always fleeting, or monstrous. Real success sometimes involves saying no to growth, expansion and gain. Real success often involves absorbing tremendous loss on a personal level. Real success often involves sacrifice. Real success always involves virtues such as humility, compassion, and an abiding reverence and respect for life.

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totally awesome words from Bryant McGill ! Thank you <3

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Success can be deadly, while failure feels safe. Success is a risk, and failure seems guaranteed, so failure feels less disappointing. Success is more painful than failure, because it comes with the death of anticipation and longing. The anticipation is always sweeter, than the moment what you longed for arrives. Once accomplished, success reveals its own insignificance in a life of true meaning. Success can be like building an empty castle, when all you really needed was a true home for your heart. Success itself has vanquished many noble hearts. It has turned kings of spirit into spiritual paupers. Success has led soulful masters of life’s grand estate, into spiritual bankruptcy. Through blood, sweat, and tears, chasing success will exsanguinate you of the life-blood of your very soul. The false need for what is commonly seen as success, continues to rob people of the true success, with which they were born.

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this must been one of my faves of Bryant McGill’s words. Priceless. Thank you <3

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I have given up on love. I like being by myself. The narcissist sealed that deal for me. πŸ€—

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Positive thinking is useful, but highly overrated. Being truly successful does not require winning the positivity pageant. Being unsatisfied is healthy too. My whole life is an engine of dissatisfaction. It’s why I wake-up in the morning. If you are unsatisfied, moody, discontented, and the song in your heart sounds more like a long frustrated moan, it’s fine β€” groan, grumble, sigh, even growl. But, don’t forget this; you are more. Real success is found in the balance of all things. Be fair with life, inasmuch as you wish life to be fair with you. Make your contentment equal to your discontentment. Voice your praise-filled gratitude as loudly, as your shouts of foul. Pray or give thanks in your own way, as earnestly as you bemoan your woes. Savior and sigh in the bliss of affections, as gutturally as your furrowed growls. Shout glory, Hallelujah, or thank you, thank you, thank you, as fervently as your most exquisite rage.

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