Daily motivation is supposed to provide support to what should truly be driving your life. Inspirational quotes are only helpful to give you a “boost” to help keep you going, but they are not what you should build your life upon.
How many times have you heard people say, “Just follow your heart?” It’s probably in the top ten of the most common pieces of advice that people give. For me, it’s not any more helpful than having someone try to comfort me with, “It’ll all work out.”
Strong people have strong minds, and a strong mind is what separates those who succeed from those who fail. Discover five ways to create a stronger mind.
Are there areas of your life in which you’re holding yourself back? Maybe in your career, your band, your business, your relationships, your health? You might feel unsure about yourself, and unsure about the future, but again, your best move is to expand and increase in the face of doubt.
Your life isn’t working itself out, because the life you truly want doesn’t work itself out. The life you don’t want is the life that works itself out. You work out the life you want by continual action in the face of life’s resistance.
We’re stuck in a zombie-like existence where the life that’s within us is seen in the desire and ability to do and be more, but the death within us is seen in the way we oppose ourselves. Discover a simple, but powerful way to break out of it!
You and I will never live a fulfilling life until we learn to love ourselves, but I’m not talking about becoming more selfish or egocentric. I’m talking about a true, unconditional love that actually transforms you into a powerful “agent of change” in this world. In fact, it will turn you into the most influential and attractive person you could possibly be!
If you move in the face of risk, the payoff can be great; and if your bold action creates such great gain, then that in itself is brilliance on display. In an era when too many are held back by fear and laziness, the genius is the one who progresses into greater and greater gain.
We usually think strong emotions like anger are only negative, but that’s not entirely true. In fact, without a healthy rage or anger, we would tolerate a lot of evil in the world. Sometimes, it’s those negative emotions that help us create positive actions!
Your only goal is to be better than you—not someone else. When you remove others from your mind, the playing field becomes very small and your self-confidence will rise. Why? Because you soon realize that the only important mission in life is to maximize who you are and the talents you possess.
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