Most of all, we are remembered by our actions.
What we think and what we say is important, but what we do is the ultimate influence we have in reality.
“Take responsibility. Step up and step in. Because at the end of the day, folks, we are our behaviors.”
– Gavin Newsom
You have the power to influence reality. Even if you deny it, you still do have it.
It’s way better to know and acknowledge it then to think it doesn’t matter.
You do matter.
You do have an influence on the world.
Acknowledge your influence and start to choose what you do with it.
Choose wisely where you invest your energy.
You can invest your energy where ever you want. But understand that you can only invest what you have until it is empty.
When you face conflict you can choose how you want to respond. You can fight it. You can find a way around it. You can turn around and give up.
« Conflict cannot survive without your participation. »
– Wayne Dyer
It’s all up to you. No one can choose your path for you. If you follow someone, it’s not the responsibility of the person you follow, it’s yours.
Use your energy wisely. Because once it’s invested, it’s gone.
Never give up!
Jack Canfield got 144 rejections from the publishing companies for his book “Chicken soup for the soul”. Until he found someone to publish it.
If someone says ‘No’ to your project, you say ‘Next’.
It’s that simple. Don’t give up!
“Follow your dreams, believe in yourself and don’t give up.”
– Rachel Corrie
You have all you need to keep going on right now.
Work on yourself today so you can keep growing tomorrow. You should learn new things and work on your attitude.
Your results are directly linked to who you are. To have better results, you need to better yourself.
Failure is never the end. It’s only a guide to help you change what needs to be changed and find a way to make it better.
“Sometimes by losing a battle you find a new way to win the war.”
– Donald Trump
Success is build up of failure and mistake.
If you want to be successful, take action and learn from your mistake.
“What separates the winners from the losers is how a person reacts to each new twist of fate.”
– Donald Trump
When you face failure, remember that you are on your way to great success.
“Develop success from failures. Discouragement and failure are two of the surest stepping stones to success.”
– Dale Carnegie
You fail, smile, you are on your way. Not a lot of people have what’s needed to succeed.
“A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.”
– Albert Einstein
No one can do it for you. Take action on your dream and keep going on.
Are you building your dream?
In everything, there’s always a way to make it better.
Even if you don’t see it right now, keep looking.
“There’s a way to do it better – find it.”
– Thomas Edison
Every top score is doomed to be broken.
Celebrate your achievement. Then look to surpass yourself.
If you keep surpassing yourself. You have the best chance to become the best in the world.
“Being the best at whatever talent you have, that’s what stimulates life.”
– Tom Landry
When you perform, you inspire others to perform too and this is good for the creativity in the world.
If you don’t have a good enough goal, you’ll find good enough excuses to not achieve it.
A good goal should scare you a little.
A good goal should also inspire you to take action.
A good goal should ask to improve yourself.
A good goal should ask that you learn something new.
A good goal should drive you to move forward.
“If you go to work on your goals, your goals will go to work on you. If you go to work on your plan, your plan will go to work on you. Whatever good things we build end up building us.”
– Jim Rohn
As soon as you get the feeling that something could get better, you know you can reach out and do more.
Take the first step and put your goal on paper.
Fear of failure is the number one reason for not taking action.
Failure is not an end, it’s a step on your way to success.
“One fails forward toward success.”
– Charles Kettering
You don’t fail, you learn.
“It’s about the learning, because obviously I learn more when I fail than when I win.”
– Jason Day
If you know why you are doing it, then you have the best reason to keep going on.
We only remember victories. Most will forget all the fail that came before.