Quick Wins: Boost Your Sunday Start
Words to motivate
Before March 1 comes, make a detailed plan for the changes you will implement to your mind, body, and soul. Make a detailed plan for the goals you want to tackle, and prepare the foundation for consistent action. What’s it going to take? Every month offers another fresh start to get it right. So get it right.
It’s okay to push yourself. Discomfort is healthy.
He is free to evade reality...but not free to avoid the abyss he refuses to see (Ayn Rand).
Don’t seek approval from others. Instead, find a way to approve of yourself. It’s a much more effective route to take.
Read to increase your intelligence a little bit every day. After 365 days, imagine how much smarter you’ll be.
Motivation is nice to have. It is, however, often emotional, temporary, and exhaustible. The repetitive actions required to strive toward goals continuously often deplete motivation, and boredom soon comes to cut your emotional ties to your vision. When it comes to maintaining self-discipline, motivation is not enough. Building solid habits is essential if you are to consistently practice self-discipline and get optimum results in the long term (Peter Hollins).
Just because an opportunity is legendary doesn't mean you should accept it. Just because you're treated well, doesn't mean you should stay.
It's okay to be selfish sometimes. It's okay to take care of yourself. It's okay to disappear sometimes. It's okay to put yourself first. It's okay to love yourself more. It's okay to believe in yourself more. It's okay.
The best people in your life are the ones that always accept you.
Even when you can't see it, beauty is all around you. Find it. Bask in it. Appreciate it.
Stop critiquing what you said a few sentences ago. Instead, be present. Focus on the speaker and listen intelligently. Then, you will respond thoughtfully, creating a more productive conversation.
Keep things simple. Overcomplicated is slow. Simple is fast.
Which one is the real entitlement: [Congressional Benefits: Free healthcare, enormous pension, 67 paid holidays, unlimited sick time, etc.] or [Social Security: Paid into it all their life to live off a measly $14,000 a year.] Source: Why The Rich Are Getting Richer, Robert T. Kiyosaki
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