Inaction breeds doubt and fear.
Action breeds confidence and courage.
If you want to conquer fear, do not sit home and think about it.
Go out and get busy.
More great stuff from Mr. Ralph Marston (http://greatday.com)
If you want to get lost in the crowd, do what has already been done. If you want to have plenty of competition, do only what is easy.
If, on the other hand, you wish to STAND out from the crowd, listen to your own unique voice. If you wish to be an exceptional leader, be willing to take on the most difficult challenges.
Do you want people to pay attention to what you’re saying? Then speak from your heart, and speak the truth in a way that has never been heard before.
The way to be truly exceptional is to be yourself. The way to be memorably impressive is to act upon and fulfill your own best intentions.
There is real, exceptional greatness already within you. Through your own efforts, with your own commitment and integrity, you can let that greatness flow out from you and into magnificent achievements.
You always have the option of living an exceptional life. With your attitude, with your thoughts, with your actions, choose that option now and always.
— Ralph Marston
“Coach O’s 3 Pointers” (Three Things To Consider):
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The great successful men of the world
have used their imagination,
they think ahead and create their mental picture in all its details,
filling in here, adding a little there, altering this a bit and that a bit,
but steadily building – steadily building.
~ Robert Collier
Vision without action is a daydream;
Action without vision is a nightmare
~ Japanese Proverb
1. Don’t whine
2. Don’t complain
3. Don’t make excuses
— Coach John Wooden
After reading this — all we should do is SHUT OUR TRAPS
and get to work on being better!!
Every achievement begins with that first step.
Conditions will never be perfect to take that step!
— AR Bernard