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Everyone faces disappointment, and you’ve probably dealt with it within the last 24-48 hours. It’s just that common.

  • Disappointment in yourself.
  • Disappointment in circumstances.
  • Disappointment in others.
  • Disappointment in world events.

The more those disappointments are happening in an important part of your life, the more destructive they can become.

We can lose hope, and hope is a powerful tool when it comes to achieving our goals or creating change in our lives. You’ve got to have hope to remain consistent and to persevere.

It’s disappointment that wars against your sense of hope. When your expectations are continually let down. It’s unavoidable.

What’s important when dealing with disappointment is not denying it but rather not letting it turn into something else: discouragement.

There’s a big difference between disappointment and discouragement. You can push past disappointment, but if you’re discouraged, then something has been taken out of you.

Discouragement means a loss of confidence and enthusiasm. It means to be dispirited—to lose one’s spirit, drive, and vitality. You essentially become like a body in a coffin. The life is gone.

That’s why we must change the way we see and handle disappointment, and that’s what I’m sharing this week in this 5-message series on “Dealing with Disappointment.”

As always, I show the first episode of week’s new series for free on my blog. Watch Episode 1 now.

If you’d like to join my Life Domination Online Coaching Group, you can learn about it here. It’s only $19.97 per month, and that provides you access to all the videos—as well as the archives of past teaching series—as well as an invitation to the private Facebook group where the videos are shown.

The best part is that you’ll be in that private group along with me and other committed people just like you. I can’t begin to tell you how encouraging it is. You’ll receive the daily support you’re looking for to help you create your best life.


C. J. Ortiz
C. J. Ortiz

My mission is to help equip people to maximize their resources for a purpose greater than themselves. That's what my own mentors and teachers have done for me, and I'm paying it forward. Life can be merciless, and the world can be a messed up place, so what's needed is a stronger people that can both endure and overcome in life. My motto is, "In whatever you do, don't suck! Metal up!"

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