The Internet is probably the best place out there to find reasons for beating yourself up.
When you watch all of these great videos.
Read all of these amazing blog posts.
Listen to all of these amazing podcasts.
And see all of these super successful people.
And here you are, doing nothing.
Having achieved nothing in life.
Feeling like a failure.
Because you don't have any of it.
Because you feel like you haven't achieved anything in life yet.
Because you can't be like them.
Because you don't get thousands of likes.
Hundreds of shares.
And you can't even get your head around how to get started.
And how to keep going.
And I get it.
It's easy to fall into this trap.
It's easy to beat yourself up.
Because it's so much easier to beat yourself up than to put in the work.
And to keep putting in the work.
When I quit my job I made less than a cleaning lady for almost three years.
As a matter of fact, I was even losing money every single day.
For three years...
And I was working 14 hours a day.
With no weekends...
I've barely seen most of my friends for the past four years.
So don't beat yourself up.
And instead start putting in the work.
And keep putting in the work.
It's the only way to get to where you want to be.
And if you're not willing to or don't want to put in the work then there's absolutely no reason to beat yourself up either.
Then there's absolutely no reason to be upset about where you are right now.
Then there's absolutely no reason to think that you deserve more.
You get out what you put in. Period.
It's as simple as that.
Here's the thing...
Beating yourself up won't get you anywhere other than a very sad and lonely place.
But even more importantly than all of this, don't ever compare yourself to anyone else except yourself.
The only person you should ever compare yourself to is the person you've been last year.
Forget about everybody else.
Don't beat yourself up.
And start (or keep) putting in the work...