Not sure about this one. I mean, when I know failure IS possible, it makes me think differently than if it was a “sure thing”. Your thoughts?
Only thing that comes to mind at this moment is: skydiving
This simple question posed by American pastor Robert Schuller may help inspire us to try to accomplish our goals. Taking fear out of the equation, what are your biggest dreams?
The question is similar to asking or considering what you would do if you only had a few months left to live. In its simplicity, the quote helps us focus on our priorities or tune into what we may most want in life.
Of course failure is possible and the most rewarding goals usually are more risky, but keep in mind, too, that failure can be a good thing. So go ahead and get to thinking about your greatest aspirations, if you aren’t already.
I like this quote – it is so true. Too often we think that someone is a good leader because of the entourage that follows. Not so.
“Leaders are not what many people think–people with huge crowds following them. Leaders are people who go their own way without caring, or even looking to see whether anyone is following them. ‘Leadership qualities’ are not the qualities that enable people to attract followers, but those that enable them to do without them. The include, at the very least, courage, endurance, patience, humor, flexibility, resourcefulness, determination, a keen sense of reality, and the ability to keep a cool and clear head even when things are going badly. This is the opposite of the ‘charisma’ that we hear so much about.” ~ John Holt
The author of this quote is a big proponent of homeschooling – gotta love that!
Pablo Picasso’s quote about inspiration and work reminds us that great ideas and eureka moments arise from everyday work. You have to at least be thinking about a topic or problem before you can find a creative solution.
Whether you work in a creative or other type of field, it’s those long hours staring at a blank screen or piece of paper that generate opportunities for inspiration to strike. (Conversely, if you never sit down to write or draw or practice whatever your art is, you’ll never give the muse a chance.
I like this and
I Feel Good Today!
This quote, from former first lady Eleanor Roosevelt, is a good reminder that you can sit on your butt and think about doing something or you can actually use that time to plan on doing it. Having hopes and dreams is great, but having plans to achieve them is better. If you find you’re spending a lot of time thinking about doing something, turn it into a plan. You don’t necessarily have to act on that plan, but if you decide to you’ll be ready. And it definitely doesn’t hurt to see what your wishes look like when they’re more realistic. They might seem more achievable than you originally believed.
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