What excites you about your goals for 2019?
What ignites the fire and passion in you?
If you haven’t already set your goals for 2019 may I suggest that you follow the quote below
I love studying and learning about the power of mindset. I firmly believe that if we can control our thoughts…we can control everything. I am going to focus on learning more about and sharing thoughts around mindset for the rest of the month. Would love to hear your thoughts around how your mindset can and does assist you in life.
Happy 2018!!! I was speaking with someone yesterday about the power of daily personal development and the power it has on getting our day started off the way we want it to. I felt prompted to begin my “thoughts for the day” again. It is a simple step…but it gives me some additional inspiration to make each day, each moment count.
December is a great month to reflex, review, and set plans in place for the upcoming year. I have always been a firm believer in setting goals and working each day to accomplish them.
December can be a great month to get your goals in place so that you are already running towards your goals in January
How could this quote assist you today?
I just had a great call with a leader who is going through some tough times, but is choosing to focus on controlling what she can and letting go of what she can’t.
The one thing NO ONE can ever take away from us is our ability to choose how we respond. It was a great reminder to me of the power that each of us have to decide HOW we are going to respond to the situations that life gives us.
Our conversation also reminded me of the 90/10 principle, and gave me added strength to focus on what I can control today. How could this assist you today?
I have been thinking about 2016 and all the amazing blessings that have happened to me and my family, struggles we have overcome, and lessons we have learned. 2016 would be a great book if I were to write it all down.
What about you? What is the biggest success for you in 2016?
Tomorrow starts a new year full of new opportunities. What are you going to write in your book in 2017?
I came across this Blog post this morning and was inspired by it. One of my new years resolutions is to develop more patience with myself and my family. There is so much great information in this post that I know will assist me in my goal.
What have you done to increase your patience?
1 – The quality of being patient, as the bearing of provocation, annoyance, misfortune, or pain, without complaint, loss of temper, irritation, or the like.
2 – An ability or willingness to suppress restlessness or annoyance when confronted with delay: to have patience with a slow learner.
3 – Quiet, steady perseverance; even-tempered care; diligence: to work with patience.
When it comes to patience, can’t we all use a little more of it? I find I have patience with some people and situations, but not all. How patient are you?
I’ve heard it said that patience is a virtue. Why? Here’s an answer I read somewhere:
Patience is a virtue because it makes us better people. The definition of the word is to tolerate delay. This implies self control and forbearance as opposed to wanting what we want when we want it. How many times have we jumped…
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“The reason most people do not recognize an opportunity when they meet it is because it usually goes around wearing overalls and looking like Hard Work.” ~Author unknown,
This is an amazing post that I wanted everyone to see. Thanks Chris for the amazing insight and video.
“To be the best you…is to break through your fears…”
It’s February 2, a full 18 days since January 15 – the day that nearly 9 out of 10 people quit their New Year’s resolutions.
If you’re still on track, then kudos to you.
No matter your goal, whether it’s to add to your life or rid yourself of negative behaviors, the path is the same. Today, I want us to focus on how to get better in one area.
It doesn’t matter what you want to accomplish [as long as it’s legal], because again, the path is the same. And its simplicity in design is equaled by the tenacity you’ll need.
“To increase your ability in any given area, you must work tirelessly at that one point.”
You may be thinking “great insight.” But ask yourself honestly, how often have you completely immersed yourself in a particular effort?
Are you like most of us who work in drips and drabs? Are you minoring…
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"A positive attitude causes a chain reaction of positive thoughts, events and outcomes. It is a catalyst…a spark that creates extraordinary results.” Anonymous
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