When I say haters and doubters I mean family or friends that genuinely care for you
but want to do you the "favor" of stopping you from doing something big so you
wont be dissapointed at the end.
Life is much better when its about proving doubters wrong. or is it?
Professonal athletes are driven by this and I would say alot of regualr folks
on this forum are aswell. Is it better to do things for the love of it or
for the pleassure of proving people wrong? or both? FOr instances, I have a friend that
was told by alot of people that he would never squat 500 pounds and he did it last year
after about 10 years of training. He told me that he would have never done it without the doubters. The doubters were fuel that he absolutely needed to reach his goals. He said that proving the doubters wrong was almost as good as the goal achieved. Hmmm got me wondering.
would Micheal jordan be as great as he was if he wasn't cut from the basketball team in high school? He said that was the turning point of his life where he started to get up early in the mornings and train like a mad man so he can show the coaching staff what a big mistake they made. How many of you are doing the things you're doing right now because you want to eventually prove to people that you can do it? is it even possible to become the best without haters and doubters invlolved? discuss.