The game of life

Let’s get real we all care what people think. Some may not care that much others care deeply. There is a little secret I’ve learned over the years.

I was always the youngest working student. I became a working student at 15! I mean I was always working with people who were 18+

Growing up I was always talkative and kind of annoying. I didn’t have many friends because of that. I also never understood teachers. I got diagnosed with ADHD in 6th grade. Long story short my brain works a little differently. It’s actually a gift because it drives my passion and my obsession with dressage.

All my friends lost touch with me once I moved to California. I’m not going to lie it was super hard at first. I often felt lonely. People don’t always see the real me. people make assumptions about people all the time! That’s why I made this blog. So I could have a voice.

Once I accepted not being accepted by everyone I started playing a game. The game of life. Here’s how it works πŸ‘‡πŸ»πŸ‘‡πŸ»πŸ˜‰

1. Know your worth

Knowing your worth means you know you are a hard worker. You know that you deserve a chance and that you are valuable. I highly recommend working out because it makes you feel so much better about yourself. You need to know your not the bad things that people say and think. If you know that then no one will get to you, but if you really are all those bad things you need to take a second to recheck yourself. Discover who you are.

2. Watch and give people what they want

Watch people see what they care about and love then give them that. Study them and once you can do that you have the golden ticket to their hearts

3. Don’t let it go to your head

Why worry about the past it’s over. Why worry about the future it hasn’t happened. Just focus on the present. You can’t control peoples feelings. Take the good not the bad.

4. Ask questions

People love when you talk to them about THEM ask lots of questions you’ll see a huge difference! Always ask how they are. Make them feel good about them.

5. Do good sleep well

My trainer taught me this. If you do good don’t gossip and you are good you will sleep at night well.

By Skye Simpson Dressage Shares Insight on the Sport

Skye Simpson is an FEI Dressage & Natural Horsemanship Trainer located in Banning, California.

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