Motivate to Motivate
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Hello you beautiful soul! 🦄💙🙏🏻🌏

How do you feel today? Me, daily struggle:

Great question for start of the day.. would be do you care what other people think of you?

In my opinion most of people do care, and mostly unconsciously.

Living up to other people’s expectations is not living your life, but letting them to live your life.

Very often people are not aware of that. Try to question even the smallest things and you will be surprised with your answer..

For an instance.. some people are afraid of going to the gym. Yet very few ask themselves why, they rather block themselves with that fear. It’s much easier.

And.. the last answer is always: how will others look at them, what will they say..

And so on.. women & make-up, beach body, putting a bit of weight, etc etc.. always that fear.

Got it?

So ask yourself this:

Try to learn to live up to your expectations. And keep this in mind:

Know that fear is product of your thoughts.
Also.. Know that there are 2 basic motivational “energies” that move you: love and fear.
Learn to understand which one drives you, because energy and what we believe are so important when you do something.
If you believe that you will fail.. most probably you will. Do it anyway. And learn something from that.
If you believe that you can do it, you would love to do it, but you are afraid, nervous etc.. Do it. Just do it. Whether you fail or not, you will feel better. And definitely you will learn something.
If you think about these two, you will notice the different energies. So why believing that you will fail? 

Oh, darling and what if you succeed?

Depending on when you’re reading this, I wish you either a beautiful day or a good night, you beautiful soul! 🙏🏻🦄💙🌏
Irina Vujaklija

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So, let me introduce myself. My name is Irina Vujaklija and I was born in Belgrade on 31 January 1979. Who am I? Love. I know, you will roll your eyes.. But that is how it is. Discovering my true self wasn’t an easy process. Constantly working on myself, learning by seeking answers to many questions, I have managed to overcome very complicated life situations. Among other things, my severe motorcycle accident in 2004. A life altering moment in just one second.