Yesterday you did your best. Yesterday you made a difference. Yesterday you hit the mark.
How far will that victory take you today?
Where do you need to reach today to be your best? Your previous success encourages growth today. Are you better than yesterday?
Your growth today ensures your best future. What do you see for tomorrow? To ensure you can reach those dreams pin them on action today.
Enjoy your triumph. Glad you are on the mark.
Passion makes your day flow. Passion is rocket fuel for your mind. Walking through today can be an adventure or an indenture. Carrying baggage from yesterday ensures you will not reach your stride or fully enjoy the beauty. Ignite your passion each day by giving. Simply give yourself in service doing what you love.
Kevin Koym said it wonderfully when he reminded me that “… the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.” (Mark 10:45 NIV)
Keeping up is not enough, you need passion to move ahead and be the servant leader the world needs.
What are you waiting for?
Hot chocolate with my daughter this evening reminds me how simple life should be.
Grateful for the abundance we have.
“What have you done for fun lately?”
For years I have asked this when greeting folks in person or on the phone. The results are along the following lines.
*glazed over as they are only waiting for their turn to talk
*no real answer
*”hmm” whispers over their lips as they grasp the question
*fire-hose response of their fun adventures
Fun needs to be a requirement. Talk about it everywhere or better yet do fun stuff.
“Nothing changes if nothing changes” are the wise words spoken by George. These are not mean words, they are a call to action. Want to reach a goal you have forgotten? Do you need an extra boost to live the life you deserve? Make the decision to change, take the action to change.
1. Decide to read a book of Proverbs each day
2. Read one book of Proverbs each day
3. Record your learning in your journal
I look forward to your victories.
Excitement barely contained looking at possibilities. Fresh knowledge ready to share. Communication; writing, talking , and enjoying the ride.
“Life is not a journey to the grave with intentions of arriving safely in a pretty well-preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out and loudly proclaiming … WOW! What a ride!”
Don’t know who said it but I heard it from my Mentor. Enjoy the ride.
The most amazing day awaits
your our curious minds. Remind me to talk about curiosity.
I had folded in my mind; not going to get to attend the next days grand event featuring Zig Ziglar. Things were in place when my day started. Work & leisure combined with my wonderful wife and pick up the ticket sandwiched in there. Crumble, crumble in the details led me to the miserable realization of no way the plan would go. Just as this thought was gaining entrance Chris rang me to ask if I needed a ticket to see Zig Ziglar!
You We may not (always) get what you we need/deserve. You We are not screwed up, stuff happens (or doesn’t). Everyday is a gift to open. Eat your cake and go past the stuff. Dwell on the good.
So there I am going in to claim my seat to learn & enjoy this amazing day. Thousands of people and I am seated front row dead center. Please remember there is only one seat front row dead center and this auditorium is filled along with three overflow locations. I picked up my ticket at ‘will call’ just moments before walking in.
Truly an amazing day.
You We deserve many amazing days & are assured more with a curious mind. I am glad you brought up curiosity again. Al said it best; “The important thing is to not stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.” Albert Einstein, 20th century physicist, creator of the theory of relativity
I am curious about your amazing day. Won’t you share it?
You guessed it, Robin Crow again. Here is a great quote from an unlikely source.
“Neither a lofty degree of intelligence nor imagination nor both together go to the making of a genius. Love, love, love, that is the soul of genius.” ~ Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Robin starts the section on ‘Living an Abundant Life’ with this gem. Abundance awaits you in Jump and the Net Will Appear. Is today your day?
or not, change that is. Continuing with Robin Crow in Jump and the Net Will Appear you have a simple formula for success. “So it’s not really about what we can do, but rather what we will do. We all have the ability to do extraordinary things, but many of us have been criticized and rejected so much that we’ve started to believe what we’ve been told. Sure, Jump and The Net Will Appear is about taking risk, but more important, it is a metaphor for life: Only when we take risks – those leaps of faith – can we experience the abundance life has to offer, spiritually, mentally, emotionally, even physically. The first step in creating positive change is walking away from old patterns.”
Makes me want to get walking (away from old patterns) to experience the abundance life has to offer.
Robin has a great quote in this section from Dr. Norman Vincent Peale. “Change your thoughts and you change your world.”
“Wake up! If you knew for certain you had a terminal illness–if you had little time left to live–you would waste precious little of it! Well, I’m telling you…you do have a terminal illness: It’s called birth. You don’t have more than a few years left. No one does! So be happy now, without reason–or you will never be at all.”
~ Dan Millman, 21st century philosopher
from Way of the Peaceful Warrior
“Stop looking for ways to do things and simply start doing them.”
Vernon Howard ~ A Treasury of Trueness
Really you do not have to change anything but your mind. A-C-T-I-O-N is where we long to be for fulfillment in our life and joy in our heart. Take a peak at a fun post by Tom Peters about tryin’ stuff.
The other choice is not near as fun as getting out there and living life to the fullest.