Success Without Haters ISN’T Success

The loudest person in the room is the weakest one.

A weak man can always be found in a crowd.

Judgement is insecurity.

Fake people are confused people.

Competition is fear.

What’s success without haters? We all have them. No matter what you do, someone will find something wrong. Don’t take it personally. Most people judge out of fear. That’s what hating is. Judgement. We all do it. Forgive them and move on. BUT……

What if you can’t forgive them? What if you can’t move on? That’s the question we all ask, especially if it hurts. It can also be hard to forgive them when they don’t say sorry for what they did to you. The more successful you become, the more haters and critics you’ll have. Could you imagine being a public figure? That’s a lot of people criticizing what you wear, misquoting what you said, judging your character, or just hating you because it’s you.

Here are ways to accept, forgive, and move on from those who come against you:

Remember, they don’t hate you, they hate something about you.

Praying for them to be blessed with the things they hate about you blesses you, but it also gives God a chance to convict them.

Don’t talk about them after they hurt or betray you. Keep it to yourself, write it down, and pray about it.

Be nice to them when the time comes. Life always repeats itself. Eventually, those who did you wrong will need you.

When people switch up or stop supporting you, keep doing what you do. Don’t talk bad about them or what they did. Leave them alone. If they are meant to be in your life, it’ll be. Most likely, they were never your friend.

If someone treats you like they are better than you and you’re beneath them, then you are winning. The only reason why people do this is because they fear you’ll eventually discover YOU and they saw YOU before you did. Focus on yourself and what you want, eventually they will join you.

Success comes with hate, judgement, and doubt from other people because many people believe they can’t do it or they can’t figure out how you did it.

Life isn’t fair at times. We can’t control others and what they do. No matter what you do or how you do it, nothing will be good enough for someone. You have to be willing to accept that while you are building your career. It gets easier to accept the hard things once you begin to focus on all the good things in your life. Go for it!

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