How To Become Really Unstoppable

This article should not be scanned or read quickly, but instead each word must be read carefully, absorbed by your mind so it can be applied properly. The main reason I began the article with such an introduction is that even though it is not that long it contains a summary of extremely important discoveries that I made over the past 10 years – discoveries that when applied have infinitely improved my life.

These discoveries will help you understand exactly why you sometimes feel helpless, unmotivated or indifferent and at the same time, will tell you how to overcome all of these emotions and become unstoppable.

What does being ‘unstoppable’ mean?

Over the past couple of years I kept examining the differences between people that are resilient and others that seem helpless. I was eagerly trying to find out if there was a set of methods or actions that could be followed to make someone really unstoppable and I was right.

Before I tell you how to become unstoppable lets first ask the question, what does being unstoppable mean? Does it mean being superior or omnipotent?

Being unstoppable means that you will be a person who will always be able to reach your goals whatever the circumstances are.

If you become unstoppable you might still feel sad or down at times,  just like anybody else, but the main difference between you and ordinary people is that within few days your energy will be recharged, you will find yourself fighting again for what you believe in and you will continue going until you get what you want.

Being unstoppable means that life problems will never stop you from reaching what you want whatever happens.

How to become unstoppable:

Read the following points slowly, one by one and try to relate them to situations that have happened to you in your life – in my experience using examples to highlight events that have happened to you personally, helps the solutions resonate most effectively.

In order to become unstoppable you need to:

I) Know what you should do in order to solve the problems you are facing: Let’s assume you want to lose weight, by knowing the proper lifestyle you should adapt to and the proper diet you have to follow you will have enough knowledge to fight back and lose weight. Lack of knowledge results in frustration and helplessness

II) Know how to find the required knowledge: Suppose that you wanted to lose weight but had no idea of what you should do. If learning, reading and exploring the internet were some of the skills that you are good at then you will find yourself motivated to learn about the possible ways to solve your problem, else you will find yourself feeling helpless then depressed. Depression in most cases is nothing more than a response to your helplessness and lack of ability to cope with your problems. So learning how to find the required information that can be used to solve your problem is the second step in becoming unstoppable.

III) Believe in the knowledge you have acquired: Lets suppose that you found few articles that told you that in order to lose weight you must follow a severe diet. If you didn’t believe that this kind of diet will work for you or if you believed that its hard for you to commit to it, most probably you will become indifferent. Indifference in many cases can be nothing more than an indication that you don’t trust the solutions you currently have for the problems you are facing.

IV) Have time: Knowing what to do in order to solve your problems, believing in the solution but not having time to follow the plan because of work, studying, college….etc will make you become helpless and frustrated.

In this case you won’t feel helpless because of not knowing what to do but because of knowing that you don’t have time to apply what you know.

The Formula for being unstoppable

Lack of knowledge results in frustration and helplessness
Not knowing how to find the required knowledge results in helplessness and depression
Not believing in the knowledge you acquire results in indifference and lack of motivation

Knowing, believing but lacking time to apply the knowledge results in frustration and depression.

Knowing what to do to solve your problems, believing in the solution and responding right away to the challenges will result in making you resilient and unstoppable.

Your goal is to find your area of weakness (from the four points mentioned) and fix it so that you become unstoppable. If your problem is lack of knowledge then you must learn how to find out answers through books and the internet, if your problem is not believing in the knowledge you find then you must learn how to get rid of false beliefs and how to find the right trusted sources, while if your problem was lack of time then you must do everything you can to spare some free time solve your problems.

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