Daily Motivation – Day 208

Your value does not decrease based upon someone’s inability to see your worth.

You never get rejected, you only get redirected.

Believe in yourself and keep trying, the right door will open for you.

Good morning… Have a great day…

Author: Manish Malu

By profession I am a Chartered Accountant, working in MNC. Book Reading is my passion, I normally read Books related to Self-development, Motivation, Leadership, Spirituality etc and reads blogs and watch Videos on these topics. The sprit to share the learned knowledge, brought me here so that I can write blogs and inspire myself and others with my work.

33 thoughts on “Daily Motivation – Day 208”

      1. Manish I can’t answer to your comment so I do here
        “Hi Manish, I’m from Italy.
        You’re right, I have to translate my posts in English, I’m looking for time to do this 😁
        I write a story every day, stories about me, invented stories, personal reflections and so on.
        I’m trying to change my life, that is I want to do what I really love: to write. So your posts look so useful to me! I would like earning by writing! I already published my first novel.

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      2. Wow.. that’s great.. I will love to read your posts and get some motivation.. will wait for english translation…
        Novel.. that’s great.. what is the name…
        And thanks for appreciating my work so much… Am so happy to hear that…
        You can read my old posts and share your comments..
        πŸ€—πŸ˜ŠπŸ’•

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      3. I will 😊
        The name of my novel is TolidΓ  – La paura della felicitΓ , it’s still in Italian language. Maybe… one day in English, I wish!

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      1. is it better not to blame anyone, learn and move on? Tis said the best revenge is living well, rather than pick hole in oneself or others

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  1. I’ll try to bear that in mind, Malish. When difficulties arise, my first response is to examine myself for fault. Very often, I am not to blame. Sometimes no one is to blame… just unfortunate circumstances. I suppose that immediately wondering whether I am to blame is better than immediately looking for someone else to blame. Thank you for this thought-provoking post. Take care. Cheryl

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