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Did you know that your children are sometimes your mirrors? They come into this world to teach us something about ourselves? What does your child teach you about yourself?
My daughter taught me determination, persistance and perseverence. My 4 year old daughter is a very independant child. She wants to do everything by herself and she will try and try and try until she will succeed. Sometimes she will get frustrated when she tries to button a shirt or some pants, but she will persist until she will no matter how difficult it is. I learned that I had this in me, but have left it behind for a while because of a negative ciromstance that has happened in my life and at some point I totally gave up. My daughter gave me courage to find this quality in me and use it. As I write these lines one of Napoleon Hill quotes is coming to my mind, one that sticks with me for several months now and that is: the winner is the one who never quits! The winner is the one who never quits! If by any chance you are going through a difficult situation right now, remeber this quote and you shallpersevere in whatever endeavour and journey you may wish to take. Personally, I am attaining success by always persevering, and focusing on solutions rather than problems and answers and solutions do come.

Life is a learning process,
Galit.
website:http://galitscampcoaching.com/home

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