Difficult times are when heroes are made. What made any great woman or man is not what they did in the times of goodness, it was how they used and leveraged hard times to make them braver. So hard times don't feel good, but if you have a mentality of how can I use what I'm experiencing as fuel to help me grow in my mindset, heartset, healthset, soulset, and you're gonna come out of this, and this will end, born anew. Everyday, feed your mind with words that you write and words that you hear and words that you speak to yourself. Feed your faith and your doubts will starve to death. Everyday, it's a selling job on you. Say to yourself, it's possible. I can do this, I can make this happen. No matter how bad it is or how bad it gets, I'm going to make it. Even when you have no evidence to point to, say to yourself, it's possible. There's nothing as powerful as a made up mind. If you're going through some stuff right now, listen to me, trouble does not last always. Judge not according to appearances and say to yourself, I'm going to get through this. I'm not going to allow this to get the best of me. Listen to me, pain ain't permanent. Your pain ain't permanent. Your pain ain't permanent. You can get through this. You're bigger than your pain, you're better than that. Use what you're dealing with to become stronger. You can choose to see it as adversity and disruption, or you can choose to see it as opportunity. Victims see problems as problems, leaders are constantly exploiting challenges as opportunities. And the key is keep the faith baby, keep the faith. Keep the faith that this too shall pass. Keep the faith that you are more than a conqueror. Keep the faith that is greater it is he that is in you than he that's in the world. Keep the faith that you have the power to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. I'm telling you right now, don't give up, don't give in, get through it. And if you can get through it, if you can work through your pain, I'm guaranteeing you on the other side is a reward.