Whether it’s fear of failure, insecurity about your own abilities, or a sense of guilt that tells you that you don’t deserve your dreams, you must declare war against what is resisting you from ascending to your throne. Time is running out, and your future awaits the royal edicts that will steer your life into everything you’ve always dreamed it could be.
Learn to maximize your time, and you’ll transform boredom into building something for yourself. A bored person is a directionless person. A bored person is basically a slave. They have no greater expectation than living on the plantation of “just getting by” and have no intent to maximize their gifts, talents, and abilities.
If you were to plan your life’s path, there is no doubt you would’ve steered clear of all the hell you went through. The reality is that some of those trials chiseled some of your better features.
Sabotage is to deliberately destroy, and for too many people, they labor to subvert themselves physically, emotionally, and vocationally. They are extracting judgment upon themselves in order to justify the fact that they are guilty and deserve nothing more than death, or something that looks just like it. Discover how to overcome it!
Believe it or not, the greatest threat to your goals and dreams is when you permit the opinions, and critiques, of others to determine what you do—or do not do. Here’s how to defeat that!
How can anyone be bored when they live in world filled with opportunity? Only those who settle for what they are can be content with periods of boredom. But I refuse to believe that’s you!
If there’s one thing a coach looks for in a player, it’s heart. If there’s one thing that makes a fighter, it’s heart. More than size or status, the great equalizer and overcomer is heart! What is heart? It’s absolute commitment. What is commitment? It’s being fully dedicated to a cause or act without regard […]
The power of will is one of the greatest forces in the universe, but so many people do not understand how it works, or how to increase that power in their lives. If anything, most people are overcome by the weakness of their will—they are unable to say, “No,” to temptation, or they can’t follow […]
I have lots of friends and associates, but there’s only a handful of people that I allow to speak into my life. I’m not rude to any of them, but I am guarded about how much I’ll share with someone that wants to drain my energy more than they want to ignite it. I want to be available to the energy-drainers, but I don’t want to be in “blood brotherhood” with them.
Life won’t work itself out because life only responds to those who seek to control it. Yes, there are things outside of your control, but most of what’s happened to you in the past—and most of what you’re presently experiencing—is brought about by the decisions you make. And that is determined by the way you think.