Angry Enough to Do Something About It.

There comes a point at which the challenges of life just become overwhelming.

The stress of relentless problem-solving and financial instability create a plight that just seems unfair.

After all, you are the one with the vision and the guts to try something new.

You're the one who is taking on the odds in pursuit of something new.

It's you who should be respected and rewarded.  Not butchered, maligned, and abused.

And there's nothing wrong with getting angry about it.

In fact, you getting angry enough might be the secret to you being successful after all.

You getting angry enough to go to battle another day.

It's what fuels you.

There is something mystically empowering about a  wrathful zealotry for achievement -- the righteous indignation of social unexpectancy.

How dare you be questioned.  How dare your vision for you be demoted, doubted, and demoralized.

Maybe you should have gotten angry earlier.

But anger alone isn't the answer.

It's only the awakening.

It's what let's you know that you're still human  It's a sign that what you're doing matters.

  • It matters that you are successful as you believe can be.
  • It matters that you have a dream that you won't have disrespected.
  • It matters that you stand against the odds fighting to achieve greatness.

Your anger drives purpose.  Drives resolve.

But your anger also burns valuable energy.

If you let the fire run too hot, you are left only with ashes.

The ashes of a dream.

A mission burned out by the misguided energy of unfocused drive.

  • Get angry that you're not where you want to be.
  • Get angry that others doubt you.
  • Get angry that you're flawed.

You use that anger to drive your relentless pursuit for achieving your expectations for you.

You use that anger to recapture the dignity of your mission.

Get angry.

Getting even won't help.  Achieving your goals will.

While others doubt you, determine that at all costs you won't give up.