What kind of actions will you take today that you are proud of – and what actions will you take today that you will make excuses for? Strive to avoid inaction, distraction or constantly living in a state of reaction.
Luck is the time when preparation and opportunity meet. When you’re prepared, your chance for success will come. You can change chance into good fortune if you’re ready.
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.
Sooner or later you’ll encounter a crisis in your life, and how you meet it will determine your future happiness and success. Since the beginning of time, everyone has been called upon to meet such a crisis. Close scrutiny will show you that most “crisis situations” are opportunities to either advance or stay where you are.
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. The first and most important ingredient of success is desire. Do you know what you want? Your desire is the planting of your seed.
This is an inscription on the tomb of an Anglican Bishop in Westminster Abbey: When I was young and free and my imagination had no limits, I dreamed of changing the world…
It is all about learning to love. If you want something badly enough, you’re sure to get it. Your desires will in time externalize themselves into concrete fact.
You’ll never achieve real success unless you like what you’re doing. What you do is more important than how much money you make. How you feel about what you do is more important than what you do.
Here are the Top 50 Motivational Quotations for Father’s Day. Read them, share them, and remember to appreciate the role of parenthood. As Laurence Rockefeller said, “Father taught us that opportunity and responsibility go hand in hand. I think we all act on that principle; on the basic human impulse that makes a man want to make the best of what’s in him and what’s been given him.”