There are two types of people in this world, the lifters, and the leaners. When you start your day today you have a choice, are you going to lift others up or are you going to take from them and lean on others? Be the first to encourage a friend or smile at a stranger!
Sunday, December 29, 2019
Thursday, December 26, 2019
"Nothing in this world can take the place of persistence.
Talent will not;
nothing is more common
than unsuccessful people with talent.
Genius will not;
is almost a proverb.
Education will not;
the world is full
of educated derelicts.
Persistence and determination
alone are omnipotent."
-- Calvin Coolidge
Our 30th President of the United States
"Patience, persistence, and perspiration
make an unbeatable combination for success."
-- Napoleon Hill
Persistence. Without the ability to keep going, your mind will easily talk you out of making the trip. The people around you will talk you out of it. It might seem like no one wants you to succeed. That's why it is only you who can persist. No one can do that for you. The best they could do is encourage you, but the coach doesn't run the race, the runner does. You're the runner. Strong desire is the engine that runs persistence.
Monday, December 23, 2019
"Real leadership is being the person
others will gladly and confidently follow."
–John C. Maxwell
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Friday, December 20, 2019
Every person at some point in their life crosses paths with conflict. The problem is when we do have conflict, we don't deal with it in hopes it will just disappear. Ignoring conflict won't solve any issue or make it go away. So, if you have a conflict with someone make it a point to address them and try to see the bigger picture!
Tuesday, December 17, 2019
What’s the one common attribute all high achievers share? PERSISTENCE. They always find a way to reignite their motivation to achieve their goals, no matter what roadblocks get in their way. Recharge your own motivation to move closer to success with every decision you make.
Saturday, December 14, 2019
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Wednesday, December 11, 2019
"Acknowledge Your Positive Past:
Because the brain more easily remembers
events that were accompanied by strong emotions,
most people underestimate and underappreciate
the number of successes they've had
in relation to the number of failures, they've had.
One of the ways to counteract this phenomenon is
to consciously focus on and celebrate your successes."
-- Jack Canfield,
Principle 26 of The Success Principles
I love Jack Canfield's book, The Success Principles. It contains 64 principles to success and all are short enough to read in a few minutes, come back any time, or just open the book where ever you might like and pull out a gem of wisdom. My copy has post-it notes all throughout of places I want to visit again and again.
This one is great because he says that we are trained in this pattern early with our parents and in grade school. A lot of people get upset if we don't perform properly and punish us or yell at us to help guide us to do better, but what really happens is we become more emotionally involved in the failures and that makes it seem sometimes that we have more failure than success.
Jack says, "the sad truth is that we all have many more victories than failures--it's just that we set the bar too high for what we call a success." He goes on to talk about a participant in one of his programs who told that he left Iran to Germany where he learned the language and became an auto mechanic. Then he had the opportunity to come to America, learn English and was learning how to be a welder, but he thought he was not a success. Come to find out, his idea of success was being at home in Beverly Hills and driving a luxury car! Yet, to many others, his life was an ongoing massive success.
Jack talks about creating a Victory Log, which can be a fancy leather-bound diary or a spiral notebook. It is just something that you record your successes or victories regardless of the size of them to later show how many you have. Success needs to be reinforced.
He adds to display your success on a success wall and look at it often. Make it so that your successes, however minor they may seem to get the attention they deserve, or rather, you deserve to create in each of us a stronger and more risk-taking self-esteem. It's not about bragging, it's about putting things in perspective. We may as well let our successes lead the way.