How I dealt with life’s ups and downs

A roller coaster ride

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Roller coaster ride

Sometimes when you allow life to run you, we often get distracted because it offers a lot of choices & things to consider. Like what to wear in office today, picking up the right breakfast or picking up a new career. It’s so mind-boggling to pick up what really is important.

Luckily, if one person is self-motivated & well self-managed. It isn’t hard to go through the day– what to wear or what to eat. They are all well-organized. It’s comparative to picking up a career or even picking the suitable relationship.

People that knows how to say “No” has higher percentage of achieving their desired results.

I guess in the end, people who are decisive, knows how to pull it off, be it in the most glorious days to the meanest day encountered.

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