We come across a lot of different situations in life: challenging situations or not-so-challenging ones. Personally, I have more challenging situations in my life. And sometimes, I end up literally not having a clue of what to do next, and I hate it. It's like you sit there, probably looking like some sort of mental patient and you just don't know what to do.
Whenever someone would stop me from what it is I want to do, I just ask myself 'does it really matter what they think?'. And I know it's really cliche but, you actually have to ask yourself that once in a while. You can't always listen to what people say or think about you or what you want to do because if it's something negative then, you're going to get no where. For me, I think that believing in yourself is one of the major thing to get get a hold of. Because once you do, there's no need to doubt yourself if you can achieve something, you go for it instantly. Some fail miserably but that's only because they didn't believe in their self enough or didn't give their self that extra push. Everyone, and I mean everyone needs an extra push when it comes to trying to achieve something big. No one gets what they want or wish that quickly. Unless ofcourse you're some sort of multi-millionare/billionare and people are literally at your feet just waiting for you to throw them a bone.
Family is another thing that keeps me going. Knowing that they're there to support me really helps big time. Because they're like my fans. They're there to tell me if I'm doing something stupid, they're there to tell me to 'snap out of it', and they're there to cheer me on. I really do feel blessed and thankful to have them because I know that not everyone has fans like I do. I wan to say that I don't want to get too cheesy but I'm sure I've gone passed that line already, so there's really no point of me telling you guys that. Friends are also a huge help because I mean, friends are just the best. They can be a real stone cold bitch to you because they know they're doing it for your own good.
Oh and one last thing that really keeps me going. My grandmother. I don't want this to turn into a soap and I'm not trying to get any sympathy votes or anything, but my grandmother who has passed away six years ago owns a lot of the credit for why I am where I am now.