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LET OBSTACLES INSPIRE YOU: Don't let adversity keep you from

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At one time or another, each one of us will suffer from some kind
of adversity. Especially in recent weeks, many of us who have
always felt invincible have seen evidence to the contrary. Many
of us have lost friends of loved ones, and all of us are feeling
the pain of loss and invasion.

Some of us have experienced more adversity in our lives than
others. Many of us have suffered from financial hardship,
physical or mental illness, or other difficulties that never seem
to let up. However, as many Americans have said in recent days,
we cannot let adversity change our way of life or deter us from
living. If we do, the forces of evil and sadness will have found
victory. And we simply cannot let that happen.

Such is the case in any aspect of life. From personal experience
in battling four incurable illnesses, including MS and Lupus, I
cannot even express to each and every one of you how important it
is to look adversity in the face and continue on, chasing your
dreams.

When I was diagnosed with my diseases, I was utterly devastated.
For a time, I thought I'd never achieve my dreams of going to
college, teaching, and being a writer. But with the help of a
supportive husband and children, I started college at age 46,
graduated, and became a published author. I'm now a well-known
writer, teacher, and online businesswoman. In spite of all that
has gone wrong in my life, I have found success and fulfilled my
dreams, and so can you.

Instead of letting life's obstacles bring you down and destroy
you, use them. Use your adversities to make you stronger and
help you succeed in business, education, or whatever you choose.
Use hardship to toughen you.

Telling your story to your customers and associates will
undoubtedly get you support, respect, and even success. Don't
embellish your tale or beg for pityBusiness Management Articles, but don't be afraid to let
people know what you have been through. Being honest about your
life's history will inspire trust and understanding in others who
may very well have been down the same road.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Author Barbara Jeanne Fisher is author of the acclaimed love
story, "Stolen Moments" and has used her illness to inspire
herself and others to succeed. Her web site, found at
http://www.angelfire.com/ab6/dlipton/ is a virtual library of
health information and inspiration. Barbara can be contacted at
mentorsfriend@cros.net.



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