Tuesday, October 19, 2010
The Next Step
The first step needs action to start it,
The last requires patience to end,
So we question, which one's most important,
When we realize our dreams' our best friend.
Well, the answer is neither, they're equal,
But the one that will help you win through
And connect what you start to the finish,
Is the next step that's waiting for you.
Life's dreamers are great Goal Achievers!
Their faith and persistence just blends
Into one awesome cocktail of knowledge,
That whatever they want they can get.
You see, they never visualize failure,
It's success that they see shining through.
It's essential to start and to finish,
But the next step is what you must do.
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
"Life is a competition not with others, but with ourselves. We should seek each day to live stronger, better, truer lives; each day to master some weakness of yesterday; each day to repair a mistake; each day to surpass ourselves."
~David B. Haight~
Few of us will ever compete in an arena such as the Olympics or professional sports. However, each day we compete in the arena of life and self-improvement. If we embrace the teachings of today's quote, a personal gold medal is within our reach.
Today, do at least one of the following:
- live a stronger, better, truer life
- master some weakness of yesterday
- repair a mistake
- surpass yesterday
I become stronger everyday.
Source: Brook Noel
Thursday, August 26, 2010
"Do not ask God to guide your footsteps if you are not willing to move your feet."
Some people pray to God for change or guidance. Others just want change or guidance. Either
way, there is always one very important question that needs to be asked: "What are you prepared to do?"
While we might desire, yearn or wish for change, if we aren't prepared to be an active participant then we should not expect much. Being open to change is an important first step, meeting change half-way with action is the next.
How active have you been in pursuing change? Make sure your actions are equal to, or exceed, your desire.
source: brook noel
Sunday, July 25, 2010
"You get the best out of others when you give the best of yourself."
Often when we get frustrated with someone in our life, whether it be a colleague, a friend or a family member, we begin focusing on "what's wrong," or use it as an excuse not to go the extra mile.
However, like attracts like, and when we behave like this we then attract "half-hearted efforts" from those around us. The cycle continues until we find ourselves with a weight on our shoulders and a heaviness in our hearts.
When we give the best of ourselves, regardless of anyone's behavior, we enjoy a richer life. Likewise, we set an example for our children, friends and all we come into contact with. We encourage others to be at their best. When we live by the creed of always doing and giving our best, we know a personal peace that can't be found through any quick-fix method. We know a personal peace that is lasting.
Take a moment today to release any negativity you have been holding toward another person. Take the energy you have been focusing on their behavior, and redirect it to focus on doing and giving your best.
Your Affirmation, I focus all of my energies on what is productive, helpful and makes a difference.
Source: Brook Noel
Monday, June 14, 2010
"In my experience, there is only one motivation, and that is desire. No reasons or principle contain it or stand against it."
Desire can move mountains, help us stand after falling for the hundredth time, it can perform miracles and get us through the darkness. When we truly desire something with our body, mind and soul, there is no indecision or moments of inaction--every step becomes a part of the journey toward our goal.
Life doesn't offer us a smooth path. Instead it offers us mountains and valleys, cold and warm phases... life "seasons" us. Yet, heart-born desire propels us forward through all of life's seasons and allows us to move with purpose.
What fills you with the type of desire that can move mountains? Devote more of your time to this desire and passion and nurture it.
source: Brook Noel
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