LIFE NEEDS MORE WINNERS – WHAT YOU CAN DO TO BE ONE

Being a winner has more to do with ATTITUDEthan talent or IQ. With a positive attitude anddetermination, you will be able to achieve thefollowing points and BE A WINNER1. It all starts with VISION. You have to have aclear picture of what it is you want to accomplish and a strong desire to achieve it.2. BELIEVE in yourself. Be confident that youcan do it, that you have what it takes.Rid yourself of doubts and distractions3. Set GOALS of how you’re going to achieveyour vision, and then attack your goals, one at a time. Visualize the process as well asthe goal, … Continue reading LIFE NEEDS MORE WINNERS – WHAT YOU CAN DO TO BE ONE

ROCKING CHAIR QUOTES AND BITS OF WISDOM

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 … Continue reading ROCKING CHAIR QUOTES AND BITS OF WISDOM

THE BEST WAY TO REFLECT YOUR TRUE SELF

Water can BEST REFLECT a clear image of the trees and sky when its surface is clear, calm and undisturbed. Likewise, a person’s mind can BEST REFLECT a true image of the SELF when it’s relaxed, undisturbed by turmoil, and at peace. To relax takes discipline. To be free of turmoil takes discipline. To be at peace takes spiritual discipline. In other words the best way to clear your mind so you can BEST REFLECT who you are, your true SELF, and let others know you better, is to practice three things:  DISCIPLNE, DISCIPLINE, DISCIPLINE. And what is DISCIPLINE? SIMPY … Continue reading THE BEST WAY TO REFLECT YOUR TRUE SELF

A WORM TAUGHT ME A LESSON

I watched a worm today. It crawled across my driveway. Such persistence, I thought. The sun was pounding the driveway with sweltering summer heat, making the cement hot and dry. But the worm crawled anyway, inch by inch. Such determination, I thought. I guess it could have waited until the cool of the night. But it chose to not delay. No putting till tomorrow what it could do today. Such discipline, I thought. I needed the lesson the worm taught me today as it crawled with such purpose across my driveway. There are things I need to get done, things … Continue reading A WORM TAUGHT ME A LESSON