When you start working toward your goals, you’ll realize that you get back all the good you’ve given. Along the way, you’ll have opportunities to do more good. Just remember that it will always come back to you.
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Find out who you are and be that person. That’s what your soul was put on this Earth to be. Find that truth, live that truth and everything else will come – Ellen DeGeneres
When you start to bring out what is in your heart and soul, everything seems to come together nicely. Opportunities will come and you will have chances to shine that you have never been able to find before. Things start looking easy.
Mountains should be climbed with as little effort as possible and without desire. … To live only for some future goal is shallow. It’s the sides of the mountains which sustain life, not the top. Here’s where things grow. … But, of course, without the top you can’t have any sides. It’s the top that defines the sides.
The simple fact is that things do not just fall into place. When you see someone we feel to be successful, they didn’t just stumble into success. They made their own success by hard work. Success may be quick, but the work was not.
If you stand and stare, you will see how beautiful things are. You will never take action. Are you stuck in a rut of waiting and taking in the possibilities? Take those internal dreams and desires and express them through outward action.
When you put all those words and ideas into action, you’ll start to accomplish things. No matter how small your accomplishments, they are accomplishments. No one ever said, “Wow, what a great phrase.” People remember what you do, not what you say.
When you get into the habit of not doing, it’s pretty bad. The only way to replace the habit of not doing, is to replace it with the mindset of doing your best every single moment in every single opportunity. So, go ahead and pursue quality.
Sometimes we get so beat down by the success of those around us, whether we know them personally or through the headlines. We see that everyone else is doing it. Stop being competitive, and start being creative. Create your own success.
It’s not whether you when or lose, it’s how you play the game. The same is true about climbing a moutain. If you get to the top, but you had to sell your soul, then what’s the point. If you climb the mountain on your own through hard work and individual effort, but you don’t reach the top, you have a lot to be proud of.
As you push yourself beyond your personal limits, you’ll realize that your personal limits expand. If you continue to push on you’ll be putting forth a Herculean effort on a daily basis. You’ll accomplish superhuman feats on a daily basis.