Doing my best is all that really matters in the end. When my results are less than I desire, I take comfort in knowing that I do my best. My best is enough. I am satisfied knowing that I put forth my best effort. I realize that sometimes I could improve my approach to achieve … Continue reading It is enough to do my best
I avoid taking shortcuts whenever possible. Shortcuts usually make room for half-hearted efforts. I pursue excellence in every aspect of my life. I try to do things correctly the first time, and give my full effort. My greatest strength is my thoroughness. I pay attention to even the smallest detail to ensure the results are … Continue reading I am in pursuit of excellence
I am excited about my goals because I know they are due to be achieved at some point. There is a season in life for all I want to attain. I keep that thought in mind as I pursue the life I desire. Sometimes the process of reaching targets is slow. It is easy to get discouraged but I avoid falling into that trap. I know things happen at the right time. I remain focused on the sequence of goals and avoid emotional decisions.
Fulfilling my potential creates more meaning and happiness in my life. Each day brings me many ways to develop my potential. I tackle challenging projects. I gain new knowledge and stretch my skills. I accept discomfort. I am willing to work hard and delay gratification. The time I spend learning a foreign language or playing the piano is more rewarding than watching television or talking on the phone for hours.
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The emotional pain that accompanies some of my memories is palpable and potent. However, each day, I take responsibility to let go of my past. Releasing the past means I let go of the thoughts and feelings that bring me down.
From the time I open my eyes in the morning until they close at night, I feel gratitude. Starting and ending my day with gratitude puts the perfect bookends on my day. I list the things that make me feel the most grateful before I get out of bed. Starting my day with gratitude begins my day on a positive note.
My inner strength keeps growing Each day I become wiser and more resilient. My inner strength keeps growing. My mind, heart, and spirit are very powerful.