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Motivational Meme About Obstacles

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Motivational Meme About Obstacles - janet & clarence
Motivational Meme About Obstacles

This motivational meme about obstacles is an image I created to help those who may be struggling with overcoming a particular obstacle, or for those who want to share this powerful image with others.

“Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off your goal.” – Henry Ford

If overcoming an obstacle is a topic that you would like more information, then  I recommend taking a few minutes to read this great,  in-depth article  “How to Overcome Obstacles and Achieve Your Goals” by Adam Sicinski.

It helps you identify what types of obstacles you may face, questions to ask in order to over come them and many ideas to help you on your journey. It is a great starting point to help you achieve your goals and has a significant list of additional resources listed at the end.

Motivational Meme About Obstacles

I also like this powerful quote by Michael  Jordan about overcoming obstacles as well:

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“Obstacles don’t have to stop you. If you run into a wall, don’t turn around and give up. Figure out how to climb it, go through it, or work around it.”

These are such great words to live by. I would love to hear your feedback on the memes or the recommended article.

Thanks for reading,

-Tracy ?

* My featured image at the top is free to use for non-commercial purposes, so feel free to share with those you care about. Recognition back, a follow or tweet is greatly appreciated.

Or, would you like to share this meme on your website? Simply copy the code below and paste it on your website. You can adjust the size of the image by increasing or decreasing the height and width of the image. The maximum size is 600 px.

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Tracy Weber

For me, it's about embracing our individuality and finding what makes us each truly unique. Focus strengths, and worry less about weaknesses.
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