Disappointment is your Drug

Missing at Darts

Disappointment is hard for anyone to take, I can attest I feel it more than I would like. The reason for this as to do with the fact that I am getting disappointment at a time when a lot is counting on my every achievement. At a critical point in my life, there is little to lose and circumstances seem to be pushing to make sure I lose much and gain little.

But I learnt a long time ago that disappointment is always a blessing, you first have to realize this. Once you open your mind, you can carve out your suitable plan and action to go around the obstacle on the way of your success. Disappointment can give you two main things, flaws in design and the willpower.

Many people will try to do something but may not know how. Disappointment will come often as they fail in trial and error to get the desired result. Some people will get frustrated, might give up and say that maybe it is not possible. However, the most significant thing they may not realize is that disappointments are showing them what does not work. Disappointments illustrate the low-quality results, you do not want those, you want the high-quality ones. There is always a way, you just have to find it.

You will get knocked down from time to time. But do not despair and lose heart it is when you feel at your lowest that you soar at your highest. Take the hurt and say to yourself, you are stronger than this, higher than this you have to surpass this. You must see the light at the end of the rainbow and not let the obstacles block your progress. When they block you, work harder to pass them.

Anyways keep trekking my friends and never lose heart the world is hard, the tougher it gets, the more we push forward.

David Shaw is a certified nerd and scum of the earth. Jamaican by birth, he enjoys long walks and the simple things in life. He is also an entrepreneur, writer and graphic designer. You can follow his mundane madness on twitter @davidcs_aw

Disappointment is your Drug

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