Your success depends on how you wake up in the morning: if you bound out of bed because there’s something out there you want to do, that you believe in, that you can hardly wait to get at, something good is going to happen.
The most useful knowledge is the knowledge that’s applied.
If you want to discover who you are, examine the things you do every day. You are what you do.
A good discipline is to practice giving to others without expecting gratitude or something in return.
Kind words are best when followed by kind deeds.
Rather than trying to find happiness, create it.
Friends are treasures to behold, and as you find new ones, keep the old.
If you want to leave something for posterity, leave footprints of a good life well traveled so that others may follow.
Important things for you to own are your own mistakes.