Supreme Concepts to Success

In my mind, there are two supremely important concepts to help you get what you want in life. 

1. Persistency of desire.

2. Consistency in action.


Predict Your Future

If you think failure is inevitable and the goal is most assuredly is.

If you think your job is lousy and will grow even more so.

If you think you're never'll find 100 ways in the future to prove this true.

A Trip to the Winner's Circle

A little extra push or effort on your part every day will most definitely multiply the number of trips that you make into life’s Winner’s Circle!


Now Is the Time!

Now is your time to seize the day. Now is your time to chase rainbows and make wonderful things happen for yourself and others. Visualize the invisible. Believe the incredible. Now is your time to attempt the impossible. Do it now, because someday, it will no longer be your time.


How Do You Use Your Time?

How do you use your time, my friend? Are you making the most of your precious 1,440 daily minutes? Or, like the fisherman, have you found ways to squander valuable time at the expense of doing something that would be far more productive, valuable, and empowering?


Dealing With Rejection

Short-term rejection may pinch hard...yes...but don't let its pinch turn fatal. Never get so caught up in one moment's defeat that you stop thinking about the 10,000 moments that you will live in the future.


Bricks and Mortar

Yes, stacking "bricks" can be rewarding, but I believe it's the mortar -  the kindness, the encouragement, the support and the generosity we show to the world - that in the end will truly show the strength and value of the life we built.


Don't Do Later What You Can Do Now

If the inevitability of a project hangs over your head and you know you have no choice but to do it eventually, do it early and take away the part where you feel worry about doing it later. 


I Can!

We each have a finite number of breaths in life. Why waste a single one believing "I can't"? 


By Shawn Anderson

The Depth of Life

A life devoted to achievement alone is hollow. A life devoted to serving others has depth.


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