Friday, August 26, 2016

Fighting Your Best of Ability

"Getting into the fray, and fighting the good fight to the best of our ability, is bound to result in victories—assuming that we are, in fact, fighting to the best of our ability."

-- Melvyn L. Fein.

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Thursday, August 25, 2016

The Beauty of Cooperation

"Success in most endeavors is the product of a partnership, not the result of acting in isolation. And the beauty of such cooperation is that you get to share your success with those who have aided you."

-- Bob Bowman

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Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Fail Then Learn Then Try Again

"Fail -> Learn -> Try again.  These were the principles of Thomas Edison, one of the greatest inventors in history.  Is it any wonder the first of more than 1000 Edison patents was granted when he was just 22, or that he was the founder of 14 companies, including General Electric?"

-- Cliff Michaels

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Be Accountable For Your Actions

"You cannot manage or improve something until you measure it. Likewise, you can’t make the most of who you are—your talents and resources and capabilities—until you are aware of and accountable for your actions."

-- Darren Hardy

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Monday, August 22, 2016

Gradually Build a Reputation

"When you deliberately establish a standard by which to govern yourself in all transactions with others, and that standard is the Golden Rule, you gradually build a reputation which gains you the confidence, good will, and active cooperation of all with whom you come in contact."

-- Napoleon Hill

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Sunday, August 21, 2016

Be Clear About What You Want

"Be clear about what you want and what others want, and work to create relationships that you’re both proud of. Do this for life, and you’ll find yourself with happy and healthy lifelong relationships."

-- Brendon Burchard

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Saturday, August 20, 2016

Self-Cultivation Is For Our Benefits

"Self-cultivation is not for the benefits of others, but to enhance one's ability to survive.  One should always cultivate one's morals.  People may not know who you are but your moral character defines you.  Trouble arise from our minds, the states we are in are formed by our minds.  If we cannot master our destiny, it will in turn manipulate us.  If we cannot right our mentalities, our lives will lose uprightness.  Only with a positive and good mentality, can we enjoy our lives."

-- Buddha

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Friday, August 19, 2016

Practice Kindness Toward Yourself

"Unless you practice kindness toward yourself, mindfulness can reinforce the sense that you’re a flawed person, and you’ll keep trying to get rid of or change the “bad” parts of yourself. Changing your habit will become a self-improvement project."

-- Hugh G. Byrne

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Thursday, August 18, 2016

Biggest Difference Between Successful People

"The biggest difference between successful people and unsuccessful people is that successful people are willing to do what unsuccessful people are not."

-- Darren Hardy

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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Deposit Into Your Vision Account

"I tell my swimmers that each time they put in a little extra effort during practice they’re making a deposit in their vision account. That account works like a savings account: The more you put in, the more your talent or skill will grow."

-- Bob Bowman

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