Acceptance Speech

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A – ACCEPTANCE Acceptance – Embracing what is rather than wishing for something that is not. “What you deny or ignore, you delay. What you accept and face, you conquer” – Robert Tew. A is the first letter of the alphabet; this right here is now the starting point for you and the first step of your journey; you are one step closer to where you want to be, one step closer to where you need to be. Now, in order for you to evolve to the next level, you must first accept your current level – before you can reach the finishing line, you need to have a starting point. Ask yourself the following questions: where do I want to go? What do I want to accomplish? Where am I now? Before Steve Harvey became a successful Comedian, TV host, Author, and Motivational Speaker, he was in a dead-end job that he hated, but he knew that first he had to accept his current…show more content…
“Procrastination is the thief of time” – Edward Young. Sometimes we don’t want to accept the task that’s there, which leads us to delay it until the last minute, causing us to rush it whilst downing cup after cup of coffee and screaming, ‘GOD, WHY ME?’ Quick Q: How do we expect to find a solution when we have not acknowledged or accepted the problem? We are so quick to talk about where we want to go, but why are we not so quick to talk about where we currently are? It reminds me of when you’re about to meet up with a friend and they call up, asking, “Where are you?” and you reply that you’re around the corner even though you haven’t actually left your house yet. Well, this idea can also be applied to your goals: if success was to call you up and ask, “Where are you?”, how would you reply? Are you just around the corner? Or are you still in your
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