Level Up

Stay motivated. It's time to move up.

Level Up

It's time to LEVEL UP!

In life you constantly move up and grow. There is no one that just stays at one grade in school. Everyone grows. Once you achieve one thing, you don't keep repeating that stage. The best thing to do is to move up to the next level and work towards achieving what that level has in store for you.

Think about school. You start with the basics, Kindergarten, and then you move up to another level that we call grade one, then grade two, and so on. No one is stuck at one level. You don't stay in grade one until you are an adult. NO! You have to learn the basics that you will need for grade two. You may not remember everything you learned, but one thing is for sure, you learned the basics, in turn, you will take that with you to the next LEVEL. Each level you move up to becomes harder and harder than the last, but just because it is hard doesn't mean you will give up. No, that doesn't mean you will stop there. You have to keep pushing yourself; even if you're stuck at something, you will just spend double the time to try and understand the basics so you can overcome it.

It is the same way when you look at being successful, or at accomplishing your goals and your dreams.

Every time you move up to another level in life, things will become much more difficult, and then it calls for you to put in the extra work to achieve all that you need to accomplish before you can move up to another level.

Nothing in life will come easy. If you truly want to be successful then you must prepare to endure pain and hardship.

The only time a level becomes easy is when you have mastered it and then have nothing more to gain from it. This is the point when people tend to become comfortable because things are easy now, and they say, “Yes! I got this. I know what I am doing.”

When many people reach this stage, they can get too comfortable and not want to move up and challenge themselves. Some people have potential to be a manager or even start their own business, but they are too scared to LEVEL UP!

Too scared to step out of their comfort zone.

Too scared to challenge themselves.

So instead of moving up, they disappear in the shadows and become stagnant and irrelevant.

Too scared to stand out.

Too scared to be something greater because becoming something greater is too hard.

I am here to say to you that you shouldn't be scared. Dare to be different.

Dare to take the challenge.

It is time to LEVEL UP!

If you are tired of getting the same results in life then guess what, it is time to LEVEL UP!

Push yourself.

Step out into the unknown. Dare to be bold. There is greatness waiting for you at the next level. I know it will be hard, but the level you are currently at right now was once hard for you at one point in your life. Now you have mastered this level and you are ready to step out into something new.

It will be hard at first, but I know you will eventually master it.

Don't let your fear stop you and prevent you from achieving all the dreams you know you want to fulfill.

Here is a word of advice for you: When you are elevating in life, it will call for a new you. The new you that has been hiding all these years, too afraid to come out. Too afraid to shine.

A bolder YOU.

A more confident YOU.

When you are elevating in life, you can't stay connected to everyone because some people will hate you, and some people will be very negative and discourage you. You are going to have to step away from some people—those around you who aren't motivating you, they are discouraging you. They will hinder you from accomplishing a lot of things in life.

Don't be scared to LEVEL UP. Don’t be scared to remove yourself from people who don't mean you any good.

Keep moving forward until you reach your DREAMS. Then keep moving forward until your dreams become your REALITY.

It’s time to LEVEL UP!

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Shauna Campbell

I am a writer and I love to inspire others with my work. We were all born with something to impact the world and that is what I want my work to do.

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