Everything takes time to build.
Every trip start with one step.
“A jug fills drop by drop.”
How to realize your goals:
- Choose what you want.
- Write it down on paper.
- Take action with what feels good. Take the first step.
- Be consistent. Keep going on.
Many things can be said on how to achieve your goal, but if you keep it short those 4 steps are the basic.
“The journey of a thousand leagues begins with a single step. So we must never neglect any work of peace within our reach, however small.”
– Adlai E. Stevenson
Action in the right direction is all you need to get closer to your goal.
Remember, you need to know where you want to go before you take actions. How can you hit the target if you don’t look in the direction of the target?
Give away the extra that you have.
Give away with a true heart.
Give away with joy.
“To give without any reward, or any notice, has a special quality of its own.”
– Anne Morrow Lindbergh
You’ll feel great about it. It will bring new energy and a drive to accomplish your dream.
Friendship will come out of those actions. Good actions brings good relation.
All good actions are good, even if you do them without a true heart. You can never go wrong with a good action.
Put your trust in yourself.
Invest your energy into your dream.
“Trust in dreams, for in them is hidden the gate to eternity.”
– Khalil Gibran
There’s always a reason behind every advice. Make sure they are good for you.
Listen to every advice, but follow only the ones you can trust to be good for you.
“If someone gives you so-called good advice, do the opposite; you can be sure it will be the right thing nine out of 10 times.”
– Anselm Feuerbach
Follow your guts, if you feel it’s good for you. Then follow it.
You chose to see the world as you do. If for you, Mondays are evil, then they are. But if you chose that Mondays are great, then they are.
Are you happy when Monday is coming?
Start the week on a good note. Smile!
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To be successful, the first thing to do is to fall in love with Monday!
If you don’t like Monday because of your job, then it’s the Mondays the problem. You need to adjust your priority and find something that will get you up with a smile every Monday!
Have a great Monday! Smile!
We progress and change as we go along with our lives.
“People change and forget to tell each other.”
– Lillian Hellman
Never expect to know how someone think.
Yes you can expect some reaction according to known pattern, but the result can differ with time.
“Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.”
– George Bernard Shaw
It’s an illusion to think we don’t change.
Even in death we’re still changing.
Work with the changes and try to influence them to be good ones.
You have an influence even if you don’t want to.
Your existence is having an influence on everything around you.
From Wikipedia: “The Butterfly effect is the concept that small causes can have large effects.”
You can deny. Most people are doing this.
“Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does.”
– William James
When you accept the fact that you do have an influence on everything around you, then you can start to choose how you direct that influence.
You’ll make mistake. We all do.
Keep doing your best.
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Before you can get the respect of others, you need to respect yourself first.
“Respect yourself if you would have others respect you.”
– Baltasar Gracian
Always respect others even if they don’t respect you. In the end it will always come back.
You can’t ask for respect, you’ll get it or not. It’s not up to you. You need to do whatever you feel is right and the respect will come from your action.
Stop worrying about the respect that others have or not for your work.
Respect will come from your actions. If you don’t act, you can’t get the respect from others that you want.
When you take action, you don’t know if it will have the effect you want. But if you do it with respect for yourself, you’ll at least have the good feeling for having done it.