F*CK AVERAGE LIFE. A reason to shoot for the moon.

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What comes to your mind when you hear the words, Average Life? What is the definition of average? According to Cambridge English Dictionary, “Average is a standard or level that is considered to be typical or usual.”

F*ack Average Life was bathed after a life of frustrations and disappointments, not clearly defining my goals and failing to maximize my potential.

I decided to document my life experiences and the experiences of others with whom I had an opportunity to talk and learn.

This is designed to help you come out of that average life and to live a life of abundance.

To everyone I talked with, one thing remained common, “do not accept anything with a tag average on them.” Go for the best, and the best will come to you.

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Below are the five ways to f*ck average life.

  • Stop running around with average friends.

Now that you have made up your mind not to accept average as all there is, it is time to let go of that group and find or form a new group if you must. 

You need a group that can challenge you, challenge your results, and challenge your way of thinking. Someone who will tell you that your best life, is simply an average life for another individual out there.

It would be best to have people who are not scared or intimidated by your past achievement, that is if you have any. 

It would help if you had people who scare the hell out of you, friends who will tell you the truth without blinking an eye, and yes, it might hurt, but they know that it is the only way out of an average life.

Someone said, “If you a run around nine losers, you will be the tenth one.” 

Whether you choose to lead an average life or not, you will be one of them because your environment determines your results.

Your environment contributes more than 80% to the life you are living today. 

Decide today that you will find and meet with people who can challenge you. And say goodbye to an average life.

  • Think Big.

David Schwartz said, “Success is determined not so much by the size of one’s brain, as it by the size of one’s thinking.”

The good book reads, “As a man thinks in his heart, so is he.” 

You become what you think about all day long. If you think I can’t do this kind of thought or that job is too big, I am not qualified for it, there are better people than me. 

If this is the thinking that you carry around, then you are positioning yourself to fail, or like a friend of mine would put it, “you are your own enemy,” and you will never get the top.

You have to change the way you think, start thinking big, think of that big promotion, and tell yourself, that is the position I want; this is my time to rise and take this company to the next level.

Think of ways to expand your businesses; expand your thinking, expand your capacity, expand your desire for success. Don’t apply for an average job.

  • Prepare to go hard.

Why would one prepare to go hard? Someone asked, well, nothing comes easy, you must work for what you desire to achieve, or you will never have it.

Your first goal to apply and get that job might be the easiest of your career.

The hard part will be to keep that job, and your very hardest task will be to remain relevant and productive in your area of expertise.

Go hard on yourself. Things don’t just happen, you are designed to make them happen, and the only way to make them happen is if you prepare yourself to go hard.

Someone said, “When the going gets tough, the tough get going.”

Martin Luther King Jr said, “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” 

You must put in extra time, effort, and enthusiasm, go for extra classes and attend extra meetings, meet and talk to new people at least twice every week.

There is absolutely nothing good about going easy and getting an average life in return.

  • Say no to procrastination.

The habit of intentionally carrying forward simple tasks to the next day is what I refer to as procrastination. 

The sooner you stop this habit, the better it will be for you.

Develop a habit of doing things at the right time, when they are supposed to be done. Remember, start with your most important task.

Live each day at a time; you do not have tomorrow today, so focus on what needs to be done today.

  • Give yourself a pep talk.

The most important and best way to f*ck average life is by spending a few minutes talking to yourself each day. 

You know yourself better than anyone else would claim to know you, and because of that, you can never lie to yourself.

Ask yourself questions and answer them with sincerity. 

Questions provide you with the keys that unlock certain doors of opportunity and freedom.

Ask yourself, what do I want to achieve, and how do I go about it? 

Do I need to have a timeline? Who do I need to reach my goal? Do I need to go back to school? Remember to be fully sincere with yourself.

Questions deepen our thinking, which is why we must master the art of talking ourselves.

Someone posted a comment, “only mad people talk to themselves,” and another one responded by saying, “then we are all mad.”

At this moment, I believe you know the right questions to ask yourself. It is not time to go average with your questions.

You also know where you need to improve. The question is, how do you go about it. 

In our next article, we will discuss questions you can ask yourself.

Average Lile is surely the hardest life.

There is nothing good about living an average life.

You now have a reason to shoot for the moon. GO ON.

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