Why do you not believe in yourself?

Only successful people will read to the bottom of this email.

Real ones read all the way to the bottom.

You do not believe in yourself. It may be a hard pill to swallow, but it's a truth many of us grapple with. It echoes in the chambers of self-doubt and fear that clutter your mind. But consider this - what if you could alter this reality? What if you could replace fear with faith, doubt with confidence, and insecurity with a solid belief in your abilities?

Today's thought for reflection is a potent call to self-belief and confidence in your abilities. This belief forms the backbone of success and happiness in your life, highlighting the mirror-like quality of your self-perception and guiding principles.

Here are your three lessons:

  1. Cultivate Self-Belief: Believing in yourself is not about thinking you’re perfect or invincible. It’s about acknowledging your strengths, identifying your flaws, and being confident that you have what it takes to learn, grow, and adapt to overcome challenges.

  2. Embrace Humility: Get the f**k off your high horse. Humility is not a sign of weakness. Rather, it’s an understanding that there’s always more to learn and room to grow. Humility keeps you grounded, open-minded, and receptive to new ideas and opportunities.

  3. Recognize your Power: Each one of you has a unique set of skills, talents, and experiences that can help you shape your destiny. Recognizing your power is about understanding your potential and using it to your advantage.

On this Friday, I challenge you to take a step towards cultivating this belief. Trust your abilities, carry a humble heart, and recognize your own power. The road to success and fulfillment starts with you. The journey is not about the destination, it’s about enjoying the journey.

Regards, and keep moving f**king forward. I’ll see you all back here on Monday.

Derick, The Founder’s Frontier

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Your future is in your hands.

Today, I want to personally say thank you, to all of you who read this. While I mainly write this stuff to motivate you, doing so is almost therapeutic for me. Writing these emails is how I decompress and I find it very enjoyable. I appreciate every single one of you. And I will keep writing to keep you all moving f**king forward. (especially the ones who are religiously smashing the like button below every day I ❤️ U)

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