When we think of greatness we think of people like Michael Jordan, Tom Brady, Cristiano Ronaldo, and what they have achieved. But yet we never really think of our own greatness that we can achieve. We never think about how, we could be the next big thing because for some of us that’s a vision that we don’t seek out. Instead of focusing on our own greatness, we look at others, and say how we can not picture ourselves in their situation. The truth is, you aren’t suppose to picture someone else’s greatness. You are suppose to picture your own. So the question is how will you be great? What will you bring to the world and how can it impact someone’s life? What is your greatness? Because every person that has achieved greatness in their lifetime, always had a reason behind it. Whether it was for their family, for the title, for the lifestyle, or simply for themselves. I believe that everyone has greatness within them and that they can give it to the world. Whether you are a talker, a swimmer, a writer, a reader, etc. Everyone of us has something that we can bring to the table. Just have to be willing to share your own greatness with the world. Yeah you might fail at first heck look at Michael Jordan. The man didn’t make his varsity basketball team at first. Now he is considered to be one of the best basketball players of all time. Look at Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson he started off with just $7 in his pocket, now he is on the list of being one of the best actors of all time. Look at Steve Harvey, he was divorced and homeless. Now, he has beautiful wife, has his own television show, and he is one of the best comedians of all time. You see these people didn’t achieve their greatness because they were lucky. It’s because they knew they had greatness within them, and were willing to go for it, even if it meant failing at first. So face your fears, take on challenges, and most of all find your GREATNESS.
“Be not afraid of greatness. Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon ‘em.”~William Shakespeare