1. Remarkable people give up playing it safe.

No one has ever achieved greatness by playing it safe. And ironically, in this very rapidly changing world, playing it safe is one of the riskiest things you can do. To get back on track means being brave and fearless, because playing it safe is deciding you don't want to grow anymore.

2. Remarkable people give up self-doubt.

The truth, of course, is that everyone experiences self-doubt at times. simple men admire them, and wise men use themBut you can't allow your doubt to keep you stuck. Remind yourself of how far you've come, remember everything you've been through and had to face, think about the battles you've won and all the fears you've overcome. Don't give doubt room to take hold.

3. Remarkable people give up being baffled.

When things don't work out and when they go wrong, it's because there is something for you to learn. But you can't learn if you're stuck trying the same thing over and over. Break free and approach problems from a different direction.

4. Remarkable people give up self-judgment.

Judging anyone harshly--especially yourself--is never useful, and being overly critical is never productive. If you feel like everyone else is judging you, ask yourself if you're really hearing your own voice. Treat yourself with the compassion and care you'd give to someone else.

5. Remarkable people give up disillusionment.

Nothing worthwhile is easy; the most difficult challenges are often the most rewarding and satisfying.