Everyone has something to say, but not everyone has something to do.


Everyone has something to say, but not everyone has something to do.

In today’s society, the easiest thing to do is give negative, non-advantageous comments to another who is pushing or striving to be the best they can. I’m not talking about positive feedback, or receiving comments as a hypercritical individual. I’m talking straight s*$% talking which carries no corresponding follow-up to help another person.

Everyone has something to say. Often, it’s easy to lose sight of our goals and become jealous at the success of others. We’ve all had our moments of judgment upon others’ situations, voluntarily and involuntarily. It’s very easy to get sucked into a cycle of downplaying the moves other people make, in regards to the moves you’ve made to get where you are today.

Not everyone has something to do. People fail. Some quit. Some try again. Some quit, and begin to dislike who they are. They reflect their inner hatred and dismay on others, in the hopes that everyone will fail around them-so it’s not so bad. It’s the ugly truth. But those who don’t clap for you through your minor (or major) successes, mirror and ugly inside due to their own failures and failure to carry on.

For those that do- do it with your head forward and blinders on. Block out the negativity which provides you with no learning points. Be the best you can be, and use negativity as fuel.

Do your something, One Day at a Time.


David Halvorson | 8 May 2018  |@dhalvy99

David Halvorson