Today is a guarantee, you are living it.
Make the most of it.
Focus on solution to your problems.
Find the good in the day.
Catherine Pulsifer, You Have Today
Be strong when you are weak, brave when you are scared,
and humble when you are victorious.
Motivation encourages you to make your life about yourself, understand your worth,
and then live life accordingly instead of settling for something thrown your way or something you feel undeserving of.
Earl Brandone, Motivation: The Supreme Guide To Motivation And Success
Words are power tools that can build and encourage. Words can
also destroy and cause confusion.
We have all been hurt and even defeated by words spoken in
anger or words rising out of a wounded and bitter heart.
When we are searching for that spark of encouragement,
a quote that resonates somewhere deep within us
can be just the motivation we need to shift our perception of life.
It can be the spark that ignites the courage to
pursue a new direction in work, health, leisure.
Dave Farnham, Snippets Of Inspiration
Seek out those who encourage, those who have been defeated
or unsuccessful yet have gone on to achieve success
or victory. Start associating with those on an never
ending quest to succeed like athletes preparing for a championship
game or those who are mentally pushing themselves to achieve
significance in their own fields of endeavor.
Byron Pulsifer, Discouraged, Downtrodden, and Anguish Success
The right words can provide needed encouragement, inspiration,
and even permission to break free from a damaging situation.
Joe Tichio, Greatest Inspirational Quotes: 365 days to more Happiness, Success, and Motivation
To me, every hour of the day and night is an unspeakably perfect miracle.
The Golden Rule teaches us to "Do unto others as we would have others do unto us."
The Bible tells us this in the Book of Matthew (7:12), and this message is just as meaningful today as ever.
Mary Kay Ash, The Mary Kay Way: Timeless Principles from America's Greatest Woman Entrepreneur
Only you can be the judge of what is a productive use of your time,
and what is not. However, I would highly encourage you to get out of
your comfort zone and invest your time in something truly worthwhile!
Jacob Reimer, Inspirational: Productive, Positive, and Happy - Start Getting the Most Out of Your Life in 21 Days or Less!
There is a firm belief that every person at work is a responsible adult,
capable of thinking for himself or herself and making effective
decisions about his or her own work. When adults are
encouraged to use their knowledge, experience, and skill, a shift in attitude
occurs and something magical takes place.
Deborah Mackin; Deborah Harrington-Mackin. The Team-Building Tool Kit: Tips and Tactics for Effective Workplace Teams
Faith is seeing light with your heart when all your eyes see is darkness.
Courage is contagious. When a brave man takes a stand,
the spines of others are often stiffened.
Consumerism, materialism and debt cannot deliver lasting happiness.
Every great and noble goal has a failure factor built in. If it didn't,
everyone would have already attained that goal.
Paul and Dan Monaghan, Why Not Me?
If you give, it will be given to you.
And I have found that generous people are blessed people.
In daily life we must see that it is not happiness
that makes us grateful, but gratefulness that makes us happy.
Brother David Steindl-Rast
You have control over your thoughts, and unless you take control of them,
they will take control of you.
David DeNotaris, Feeling Your Way Through Life
God is aligning your path with those destined to be a part of your life.
Like roads connect, know that in a matter of time, your unique journey
will be interlaced with people driving the
same direction you are heading, and encouraging you to reach
the destination you were meant to arrive at.
Aspen Jade, Minute By Minute
When you consider what you would love to accomplish in your life
but feel ill-prepared to bring it about, picture the eighty-nine Michelangelo
living five centuries ago, painting, sculpting, and writing. Imagine he
is telling you that you can create whatever you desire, and the great danger
is not in having too much hope, but in reaching what you have
perceived as hopeless.
Wayne Dyer, Wisdom of the Ages
Our attitude toward others reveals our genuine attitude toward God.
Dr. David Jeremiah