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This Thanksgiving Month, I've going to debunk the common myth about success and achievement. You didn't get lucky and you shouldn't thank that the stars aligned in the right time you were in that place.
It's the result of your own efforts, planning, faith, strategy, and perseverance- being in the right room, at the right time, with the right crowd.
There are many countless people that are supporting and enabling you, conscious to you and/or not, since your were in Kindergarten.
There are also many people that serves as your inspiration and challenge when you're faltering and starting to waiver in your commitment.
There are loved ones that care enough to loan their monies without the expectation of return when your first start-up was launching or you need further education.
You have tremendous amounts of ideas and sometimes talent that are enough to serve a sizable market.
There are opportunities that just opened because of political, societal, economic, and communities coming together and doing something about these issues.
There are people that you turn when you felt dejected, isolated, and need an ego boost.
If you see the value in your resume, that means your past and future employers see the best in you before you even believe that in yourself.
The truth of the matter is that luck is best served on a hot plate with rice and teriyaki chicken on top.
Don't ever believe your lucky, believe that you can always achieve when you make it happen.
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