Successful people tend to simply be more committed than other people.
For better or for worse, we meet people who influence us more than we think. If they are not bringing you up - they're bringing you down! The choice is yours.
Sometimes when life is zipping past us at warp speed... we might need to take a "me day" on a Tuesday and sip our coffee and ponder our lives... likes it's the weekend.
The fact that we woke up this morning knowing who we are, where we are, what we did yesterday and what we will do today is a miracle in itself - so be amazed and make it a great day!
The world tries to tell us the things we can't do - and as long as we believe the world - the world is right! Don't be afraid to be different and prove the world wrong!
What if we saw the world and everything in it with the amazement of a 2 year old? How good would our world be?!?! Try it - try seeing 100 awesome things in a day and see how that feels.
No matter if you spend an hour with person today or 30 seconds - make it your goal to leave them happier than they were before they met you! The world needs more people who care about making other people smile.
The world spends a lot of time telling us what we can't do and why... maybe what we need to do is tune the world out, dream crazy dreams and become the amazing person we were meant to be!
Life happens to all of us - it's how we handle the things out of our control that will determine our joy factor.
Some people live to work and other people work to live... finding the balance you personally need is key to enjoying your greatest success!
If someday is the day you're going to start moving towards your goals, sadly you are going to be stuck right where you're at - for a very long time!
Never underestimate the positive affect a pet can have on you and your family. If only we humans could love unconditionally.
Steadfast commitment to your goals is the key to success. Achieving your best self requires you to be all in on your life decisions!
Listening is very different than hearing. If we listen but don't care to hear - and truly consider anothers point of view - we've made a big mistake.
It's not what happens that matters - it's how we handle what happened moving forward that counts the most!