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Success is growth and progress. However, for some people, it is a time to throw stones at you and find out what truly makes you tick. While you may find this strange, it is important to know why you are hated when you are making such progress. Moreover, it is astounding to find out that having such haters is not a signal of shortcomings, but rather a new identity of growth for you. Yes, it may not be your fault that you have all these haters, but it is your responsibility to find out why you are being hated.

You are an outside the box thinker

You do not have conventional solutions to problems. Instead, you think outside the box and creatively find solutions. The truth is that many people can feel uncomfortable with unconventional and want something that is the norm. Being conventional and like everyone else means approval. Thinking outside the box and doing something out of the ordinary will definitely garner negative reviews from those whom instead of seeing this as brilliant, sees it as bemusing.

You have an interesting life

 

It seems haters love to be spectators rather than participants. The truth is that they may rarely have success in their own lives and want to live some kind of success through your eyes. Seeing you achieve feats they cannot achieve or are too laid-back to accomplish makes them feel uncomfortable, so they target you to make up for their deficiencies.

You are bold

You are fierce, relentless, and a risk taker. You do not wait for the button to be punched. Instead, you punch the button and take action when necessary. For some reason, you are not willing to live a life of mediocrity or banality. Instead, you are willing to push and take what you deserve.

You attract attention

You do something that makes people adore you. You are loved. However, for others this is a time to gain popularity by attacking you. For the critics, attacking someone who is doing it just right means they can gain some attention too. It is just the way life is.

You have paid your dues

You have paid the price of becoming successful. It may have taken a lot of patience, discipline, effort, and hard work, but you paid your dues. Somehow, you have done things many never thought you could do or could be done. You sort of made possibilities out of impossibilities. This also gives haters the props to wonder how you could have done it.

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