Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Positive Can Neutralize Negative Emotions

"Studies show that “positive” emotions can neutralize the effects of “negative” emotions and can help you be open to a broader range of responses to a given situation, allowing you to overcome stressors and become more resilient."

-- Hugh G. Byrne

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

The More You Focus On The Journey

"Learn to enjoy the process of taking on your challenges and celebrating your own effort as much as your results. The more you focus on the journey, the more challenges feel engaging and surmountable."

-- Brendon Burchard

Monday, November 28, 2016

When It Is Not Your True Mission

"If it’s not your true mission, it feels like work. When you truly find your mission, the things that are necessary to complete the mission come easily to you. The mission becomes the coach, taking you where you want to go."

-- Bob Litwin

Sunday, November 27, 2016

Don't Let Go Of Your Dream

"Even when all the forces in my life are opposed to my wishes, even when negativity saps my courage, I will keep on moving toward my goal. Even if I only have strength to just think about it, I will be proud of myself that I have not let my dream go."

-- Lindsay C. Gibson

Saturday, November 26, 2016

If You Lost Everything You Had

"Ask yourself what you’d do if you lost your job today or lost everything you had. Now write a list of the steps you would take. That simple act can take the bite out of the scary aspects of your life if it is upended because you are mentally prepared. But it can also lead you to be proactive about making a change in your life. The answer may even be the key to your future happiness."

-- Linda Kaplan Thaler

Friday, November 25, 2016

Hold Yourself In High Esteem

"When you hold yourself in high esteem and keep a positive outlook on your future, others usually follow suit. By choosing the meaning we give to the people and things in our environment, ultimately we control our own experiences, no matter what work we are doing."

--  Bernard Roth

Thursday, November 24, 2016

Go For Whole-Life Success

"Go for whole-life success—balance in all the aspects of life that are important to you: business, finances, health and wellbeing, spirituality, family and relationships, and lifestyle."

-- Darren Hardy

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

If You Don't Commit To Action

"You can obtain the finest eduction and read all the books.  You can think positive until you're blue in the face.  None of it matters if you don't commit to action."

-- Cliff Michaels

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Whe You Work on Your True Mission

"When you are working with your true mission, there’s an energetic feeling of effortlessness. The mission draws us, it doesn’t push us."

-- Bob Litwin

Monday, November 21, 2016

You Do Not Know Everything

"It is all right for you to admit that you do not know everything, and it is okay to ask for help. You don’t have to prove anything to anybody else; you don’t have to prove your self-worth. You are worthy, talented and capable of success."

-- Yvonne Teoh Bource

Sunday, November 20, 2016

Rejection Equaled To Success

"The game had only one rule: You must be rejected by someone every single day. In fact, rejection equaled success in the game. If your target didn’t reject you, and instead granted your request, it counted as a failure because you evidently didn’t ask for enough."

-- Linda Kaplan Thaler

Saturday, November 19, 2016

Questions Are The Answers

"What questions do you ask more than any other?
What do you focus on most often?
What's your life's obsession?
Are you aware of what you focus on most; your primary question in life?  Whatever it is, it will shape, mold and direct our life."

-- Anthony Robbins

Friday, November 18, 2016

Ignoring Opportunity Itself Is A Response

"Some may lead nowhere, and some to disaster. Yet when opportunity presents itself, we have no choice but to respond. (Ignoring opportunity is itself a response.)"

--  Bernard Roth

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Decide What To Say To Hopelessness

"Decide what you are going to say to hopelessness when it shows up, because it will come. Figure out the right slogans to deflate it. Look through magazines or books for inspiration. Then write or paste the reminder slogans on a few index cards, and put them safely in a drawer where you can pull them out as needed in order to get yourself going again."

-- Lindsay C. Gibson

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

See Small Wins To Win More

"When you see the small wins, even among what we call the “losses,” we tend to begin to win more. Why? It’s the reticular activating system in the brain. What we pay attention to grows. When we begin to see wins everywhere, we begin to win more and more, on a larger and larger scale."

-- Bob Litwin

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

My Failures Are Numerous

"My failures are as numerous as my victories. Fortunately, with each one I took away more than disappointment; I gained insight, insight that I was smart enough to use toward my long-term vision."

-- Bob Bowman

Monday, November 14, 2016

If You Are Confident

"Confidence sells. It sells you. If you’re confident other people will feel they can trust you to do what you say you can; they’ll be inspired to rely on you."

-- Richard Templar

Sunday, November 13, 2016

When You Define Your Goals

"When you define your goals, you give your brain something new to look for and focus on. It’s as if you’re giving your mind a new set of eyes from which to see all the people, circumstances, conversations, resources, ideas, and creativity surrounding you."

-- Darren Hardy

Saturday, November 12, 2016

Always Stay Open to Possibility

"It’s a very good idea to have a general sense of your goals in life, and an equally good idea not to get too rigid about your path. Stay open to possibility: let other people in, and listen when new opportunities present themselves."

--  Bernard Roth

Friday, November 11, 2016

Focus Means To Stay on Track

"Focus is playing your best. It is following through on a plan or working toward achieving a goal. Focus is staying committed to the bigger picture. Focus is staying on track."

-- Bob Litwin

Thursday, November 10, 2016

When Self-Doubt Has Power Over You

"Self-doubt only has power over you because you agree with it in your mind. To make affective changes and eliminate the restrictions doubt has had on your life you must change your self dialogue to become supportive and beneficial to focused intent."

-- Yvonne Teoh Bource

Wednesday, November 09, 2016

People Who Expect Setbacks

"Everybody loses their nerve once in awhile, but it is the people who expect setbacks and then go on anyway that make it.  Just because you fall down and feel lost, this is not a statement of reality. It is only a mood commenting on a bad day."

-- Lindsay C. Gibson

Tuesday, November 08, 2016

What You Can Achieve in Life

"What you can achieve in life has a lot to do with your self-image. If you see yourself as a risk taker and a doer, you’re more likely to take risks and do! If you see yourself as cautious and scared, it may make the road to achieving your goals a lot more protracted and difficult."

--  Bernard Roth

Monday, November 07, 2016

Enjoy It, Live It, and Learn From It

"Don’t worry whether you’ll succeed at the highest level or not as you’re on the journey. Instead, be in the moment during the journey: Enjoy it, live it, and learn from it."

-- Brendon Burchard

Sunday, November 06, 2016

When Things Become Most Comfortable

"Our minds start to take for granted the things with which we become most comfortable—when the key is actually to keep making the experience brand new over and over again. To pay attention. When you can feel like a beginner it helps you focus again."

-- Bob Litwin

Saturday, November 05, 2016

Impossible For You To Go On

"If it is impossible for you to go on as you were before, so you must go on as you never have."

-- Cheryl Strayed

Friday, November 04, 2016

Successes Lead To Major Life Transitions

"Fear of failure often keeps us in an unsatisfying routine. Instead of daydreaming about change, reach out and attempt new things. Small steps with accompanying successes lead to major life transitions."

--  Bernard Roth

Thursday, November 03, 2016

People Who Take Responsibility

"People who take responsibility have no need to blame others or to be continually finding fault. These are the naysayers who never amount to much, and never manage to contribute much either. Don’t join their club. They’re the lowest common denominator."

-- Donald Trump

Wednesday, November 02, 2016

Rule of Successful People

"As a rule, successful people are a calming force during a crises.  Leadership is their essential asset.  They accept challenges as part  of life, never allowing chaos to dominate the landscape too long."

-- Cliff Michaels

Tuesday, November 01, 2016

Where Does True Happiness Comes From

"True happiness comes from knowing your own mind, reading your true needs accurately, and meeting them. If you are not accustomed to doing this, you can create a great deal of dissatisfaction and unhappiness in your life as you pursue one wrong thing after another."

-- Lindsay C. Gibson