I was leaving the bank last Friday and a stranger told me to “Have a great weekend.” I said, “Thank you, I always do!” She replied, “I love that. You name it and then claim it.” What a great quote. Do you name what it is you want and then make it happen? We have the power to turn our goals into reality. Enjoy your day.
The basis of many conflicts comes from our misunderstanding of the perspective of others. Travel affords us the opportunity to learn about the cultures and values of others. I hope you get to travel again soon so you can incorporate tolerance into your interactions. Our world needs it!
How did you act and treat others? I love this quote from Abraham Lincoln. It is so true. We often see this at our own workplaces and in the political arena. Power can bring out the best and worst in each of us. Which will it be for you?
This is the belief that, if you are here, the authorities of the universe put you here, and for cause, or with some task strictly appointed you in your constitution, and so long as you work at that you are well and successful.
“Cody Green was a 12-year kid in Indiana who was diagnosed with leukemia at 22 months old. He loved the Marines, and his parents said he drew strength and courage from the Marine Corps as … he bravely fought the battle into remission three times. Although he was cancer-free at the time, the chemotherapy had lowered his immune system and he developed a fungus infection that attacked his brain. Two weeks ago, as he struggled to fend off that infection in the hospital, the Marines wanted to show how much they respected his will to live, his strength, honor and courage. They presented Cody with Marine navigator wings and named him an honorary member of the United States Marine Corps.
“For one Marine, that wasn’t enough … so that night, before Cody Green passed away, he took it upon himself to stand guard at Cody’s hospital door all night long, 8 hours straight.
These are the stories that should be seen in our news every night and across social media. Stories that uplift us. God bless Cody, his family, the U.S. Marine Corps, and this amazing soldier!
Completing small tasks well can help you reach your goals, feel good about yourself, and when you reflect on your past, you will see just how much you have accomplished. Are you ready to get started? Find two small actions to can take now and do well to get you heading in the right direction.
We often undervalue or ignore those small tasks assigned to us because we think those are not great things like bigger tasks or responsibilities. But Napoleon Hill says that we shouldn’t undervalue or ignore them and instead do them in a great way