You can do anything in this world you want to do, but you must want to do it badly enough.You really can have everything you want, if you go after it. You have to want it.
Everyone who got where they are had to begin where they were.
Your opportunity for success is right in front of you.
To attain success or to reach your goal, don’t worry about having all the answers in advance.
You just need to have a clear idea of your goal and move toward it.
Don’t procrastinate when faced with a difficult problem.
Break your problems into parts and handle one part at a time.
Develop a tendency toward action.
You can make something happen today.
Break your big plan for success into small steps and take the first step right away.
Success starts with a first step.
You don’t have to buy from anyone.
You don’t have to work at any particular job.
You don’t have to participate in any given relationship.
Standing in front of a 700ft sheer dropoff in the Canyon de Chelly National Monument http://www.nps.gov/cach/index.htm
Each one will make you stronger, even though it may be hard for you to realize it at the time.
Life is your classroom in which you’re being tested, tried, and passed.
Always try to stay in the midst of life and activity.
Don’t isolate yourself from the action.
Your character develops itself in the stream of life.
The setbacks and hardships you endure actually help you in your march forward to success.
The world was built to develop your character.
But, life expects you to make progress in reasonable time.
That’s why those third grade school chairs are so small.
America’s Birthday is also celebrated in Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and England. In Denmark, where people listen to songs and speeches about the friendship between the United States and Denmark, the celebration is known as ‘Rebildfest.’
Delaware’s delegation to the Continental Congress put a unanimous endorsement of the Declaration at risk. Delaware delegate George Read was adamantly opposed to the Declaration (many still harbored an affinity for Great Britain and others feared for their careers and the fate of their families), while fellow Delawarians Thomas McKean and Caesar Rodney favored its adoption. Yet it appeared that Rodney, who was suffering from terminal cancer, might arrive in Philadelphia a day too late to break the Delaware delegation’s deadlock. However, the insistent Rodney rode all night through darkness, lightning, and thunder to arrive just in time to cast his affirmative vote, without which the Declaration would not have been unanimous.
Your dilemma goes deeper than having a shortage of time, it’s basically a problem of priorities.Most people leave undone those things that should be done, while they do things that they shouldn’t be doing
Set priorities for your goals.