Stop counting yourself out because of what you can't do. Toughen up and choose what you can do, then go do it!
You don't have to stop, you just want to.
There's a difference between having good intentions & being intentional.
There is ONE paradigm shift you can make that will accelerate your progress and pave the path to success. It is simple but it isn’t easy.
The two components of happiness are completely independent of people & circumstances. The two components are expectations & perspective.
Doubt comes from fear & it will surrender to experience.
Is this a choice that pays you back or sets you back? Use things that inspire you as a black & white filter to help you make progress towards your goals.
What is behind your desire to change? Change powered by criticism isn't as likely to stick.
You are headed for trouble when your self-improvement stems from self-loathing instead of self-love.
Where does this choice take me? Will it take me where I want to go? Where is it that I want to go? Does this help me get there?
The problem is not the problem. The probably is more likely your perspective on the problem.
Perhaps the problem isn't what you're carrying but the way you're carrying it!
Circumstances are the ruler of the weak.
Sometimes the only thing holding you back is the belief that something is holding you back.
Do not make yourself a victim of your blessings.
"Never view yourself through the lens of a moment"
On average, you will sleep for about 1/3 of your life. Will you be fully awake for the rest of it?
No feeling is final! Avoid compounding the problem with your reaction. Often, no action is the best reaction.
Give your past no power. Your past does not determine your future. The choices you make today have all the power.
Successful people don't wait. They initiate.
It takes much less energy to be for something than it does to be against something. Do you see the opportunity or the opposition?
Do your actions & choices align with what they would be if you had already achieved your goals?
There is a way to use great days as a tool. To create them, schedule them, leverage them and use them to help you move to the next level.