Let’s Be A Player In Life Who Runs For The Goal, Not A Referee Who Looks For Faults

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Let us be a player in life who runs for the goal, And Not REFEREES who looks for the faults

A man that always blames his problems on others, and never accepts his mistakes or failures, will never be able to make real progress in life. He will be too busy looking at others to see the faults in himself and how he can improve as a person. Many people get so caught up in seeing the faults in others that they forget about the goal of improving themselves and growing personally and professionally. For example, what good does it do you to see everyone else having more money or possessions than you do, if you haven’t put any effort into making sure that you are not just as happy with what you have?

I am a player

I am not a referee. I am a player who runs for the goal. And I’m not a player who runs just to run and get nowhere. When I play football, I try to score goals and help my team win!
But there are some people in life who spend their whole time looking for faults instead of scoring goals. They call themselves referees instead of players because they think that they have a better position on the field than the players do. But in reality they’re just sitting on the sideline watching us and judging our every move. They don’t take any risks or make any moves to help us win; all they do is criticize us from the sidelines.

What is a referee?

A referee is an official who makes sure a game or competition is being played correctly. They also decide what happens if there is a disagreement between the players or teams. With two different sets of eyes watching over everything, it’s easier to keep playing fair and make sure everyone has a good time.
A referee can be anyone who watches out for the rules and keeps things fair in a game or competition. They are called referees because they watch out for how the game is being played so that no one breaks any of the rules.
The job of a referee isn’t just about making sure people are following the rules; it also means making sure that everyone has fun when they play their game.

The benefits of being a player

There is a beauty to being a player in life. You get to tackle every day with ambition and hope in your heart. You don’t stop playing because you’re afraid of getting hurt. You can risk everything because you know there are so many beautiful things on the other side waiting for you. You can be in the game – running for the goal – even when it seems like all odds are against you. Being a player is about having the courage to play again and again and again; never giving up; always believing that victory is possible – even when others say it isn’t.

How to become a player in life?

We must stop being referees and start being players in life. We must stop focusing on other people’s faults and focus on our own. We must stop waiting for the next opportunity to come to us and go out into the world and make it happen. Stop looking at what we don’t have and take inventory of what we do have. Let us not be spectators; let us be players in life who run for the goal! We can try something new and work hard until we master that new skill.
We can put ourselves first instead of putting others before ourselves.
We can fill our minds with positivity, goals, success stories and anything else that will empower us because when our mind is strong, so are we.

Let’s be a player

We are all human and we make mistakes. It is in our nature to judge others. But when we do so, it is much too easy to overlook the moments when we should be cheering one another on. Let’s be a player in life who runs for the goal, not a referee who looks for faults.

Dr. Sajeev Dev
Dr. Sajeev Dev
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