Quote from Susan Jeffers:
It is reported that more than 90% of what we worry about never happens. That means that our negative worries have less than a 10% chance of being correct. If this is so, isn’t being positive more realistic than being negative? Think about your own life. I’ll wager that most of what you worry about never happens. So are you being realistic when you worry all the time? No!
When you give your subsconscious the message “I can’t,” your subconscious really believes you and registers on its computer: WEAK… WEAK… WEAK…
I’ve always managed by walking around. Any CEO or leader who spends the majority of his time in his office is not doing his job.
Determine what you want on your life and act on it.
So commit! Commit yourself to pushing through the fear and becoming more than you are at the present moment. The you that could be is absolutely colossal.
Taking responsibility means being aware of where and when you are NOT taking responsibility so that you can eventually change.
The truth is that love and power go together.
As another ancient sage once said, “The pathway is smooth. Why do you throw rocks before you?”
Say YES to life. Participate. Move. Act. Write. Read. Sign up. Take a stand. Or do whatever it takes for you. Get involved in the process. As Rollo May wrote in Man’s Search for Himself: “Every organism has one and only one central need in life, to fulfill its own potentialities.”
You cannot, I repeat, successfully acquire it and preserve your modesty at the same time.
Action is the key to your success.
I realized that it’s insane to oppose it. When I argue with reality, I lose—but only 100% of the time. How do I know that the wind should blow? It’s blowing!