First, YOU ARE NOT AT THE BOTTOM. If someone makes you feel that you are or tells you that you are, that has nothing to do with you. They have the problem. People tend to put others in categories because they are trying to decide how to treat you. It’s a combination of fear, jealousy, and insecurities within them and unfortunately, people don’t want to see you shine because you have something they lack.
Remember, it’s not about where you are from, what you have, or who you know. It’s all about having the right mindset and pushing through challenges and adversity to reach your goals. Keep in mind, most of those people are living a pretend life.
Here are the top five reasons why people hate on you after failing to defeat you:
- You improved.
- You surpassed them.
- They passed on you, so now they hate on you.
- You weren’t supposed to become anything.
- You stepped away from the nonsense. You escaped and survived. Your haters didn’t.
Here is how to deal with not feeling good enough:
“When people can’t control you, they “try” to control your reputation. Those who believe them, were not for you.”
“People hate on your ability to reach what they can’t touch. That’s not your problem. If they want it, they should work hard to get reach it. Just like you.”
“People pretend to support you when they feel they can’t be defeated or until, you defeat them.”
“If you live a life pretending to be someone you’re not, you’ll always have to be that person to make progress. Isn’t it smarter to be you and allow what or who is meant to be in your life, come to you?”
“What’s meant for you is what’s meant for you. No matter what others say, think or do, it won’t stop your purpose. Focus on you.”
“Having haters means you are doing something right.”
“Criticism is self-hate turned outward.”
“When they see strength in you, they begin to see weaknesses within themselves. Let them deal with that. It’s not your responsibility.”