Self-love and positive thinking is awesome guys, and I'm so glad our community is putting such an emphasis on this. However, this can be dangerous too. Be careful of becoming a person who thinks they are entitled. It's nice to think highly of yourself, but don't let this be an excuse for your actions, or lack of them. Don't let all these positive affirmations and self-love talk illude you into thinking you're successful. Self-love talk should convince you that you're capable, not that you've done something. Take responsibility for your actions. I've been guilty of this before myself. For instance, giving 80% effort in your workouts isn't going to yeild you 100% effort results. Yes, celebrate the victory that you made it to the gym and finished the workout. But don't let that be enough. Don't let that trick you into being "okay" with half-assing things. You don't deserve the same results as someone who gave their all, just because you tried and failed. Evaluate your mistakes, take responsibility for them, and go back in with a plan to improve the next time. Because you are not entitled to success by any means. You are not the best you simply because you have a positive attitude. Don't be an entitled human, earn your success. Rant over.
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