“Every negative event contains within it the seed
of an equal or greater benefit.”
We are all prone to this.We are all paranoid about success. We all think that someone is against our success. We think others are out there to sabotage our dreams. This is simply a false impression. It is called fear. That is the reason we are afraid to dream more and do more. We simply think the universe is plotting against us. But there are some ways to break it.
1) HOW DO I USE THIS EXPERIENCE TO MY ADVANTAGE?
This is the most powerful question that you can ask to get rid of paranoia. W. C Clement the author of Success thorough a Positive Mental attitude was considered as an inverse paranoid. He thought everyone in the world was plotting to do him good. What an attitude! If we think that we can really become successful, all the negativity in the world cannot stop us.
2) LOOK FOR THE OPPORTUNITY IN EVERYTHING
This might look like a common thing, but how many of them do this. Even in the worst situations one must look for the good in life. This is not easy. But sometimes blessings come in disguise. We might be vexed about losing our job, but in fact we can use the opportunity to improve ourselves and get our dream job.
3) HE SAW THE OPPORTUNITY
Some people see opportunity that others don’t. The author of the chicken soup series, Jack Canfield was met by his friend Mark Victor. As soon Jack told about the project, Mark wanted to join. He told Jack that he could be a great asset, and he could sell many books for him and he sold many books as well. ( Millions of course.) So look for opportunity every day and every time.
4) GOD MUST HAVE SOMETHING BETTER IN STORE
Sometimes all the things don’t go according to plan. Sometimes we won’t get the job we desire, or the relationship won’t work out. But always remember that we didn’t get that because there was something better in life. And even the bible says, all things work together for them to love God. Sometimes bad things happen for good reasons. So be up and doing and strive until you win.