Sometimes I think we look at problems from the wrong viewpoint. They aren’t always obstacles or barriers to reaching your dream. They are a necessary part of the journey. You can’t pass through an obstacle without learning something in the process.
Courage doesn’t have to be a big, heroic triumph over evil. Sometimes the tiniest actions have the biggest impact. Listen to that little voice and keep moving forward.
Creative people are not just little geniuses that run around with ideas flowing out of their ears all day long. Being creative takes pure guts. Releasing your art or your contribution to the world can be scary, but someone out there needs to see it. Don’t hold them back. Go forth and create!
Taking a risk can be hard, but you’ll never know how good you can be until you push the limits. If you make a mistake, you will learn a better way to execute your plan the next time. Always look for ways to learn and gain experience.
Don’t be discouraged by your critics. Just because they can’t visualize you achieving success, doesn’t mean it won’t happen for you. Put your brave face on and prove them wrong!
We are all human. No one is asking you to be superhuman. Just a super human. Put your best self out there and be super today and every day!
Behind every successful person is a team of people who love and support not only that person but each other. Think about your dream team. Who would be on it? Who would you cut? Surround yourself with happy, supportive people and lead your team to victory!
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This year marks the first time women can compete in the ski jumping event at the 2014 Winter Olympics. After a long fight, women skiers will finally be able to show off their skills on the slopes alongside the men. I am incredibly excited to see this event. If you’re not familiar with women’s ski [Read More]
Hard work is definitely a big factor in success, but I think this quote highlights something even more important. Opportunity. Being able to recognize good opportunities when they land can be difficult for anyone. If you set goals and know what you want, separating the great opportunities from the mediocre becomes easy.