The hardest part of writing a book is to sit down and etch your book’s core idea onto the page in front of you.
Florence Nightingale was in the business of saving lives. Florence Nightingale was in the business of saving lives. Like all great visionaries, she wasn’t very tender with the feelings of others. She didn’t have time for that.
It’s our duty to share our experience, strength and hope with others going through a similar situation so we can help them through it.
Day 14: Alice Walker: The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any
The simple truth is we have exactly the amount of power we believe we have. If we believe we don’t have any power then, guess what? We don’t have any power.
Day 13: Henry Van Dyke: Some succeed because they are destined to; but most succeed because they are determined to
Am I willing to do whatever it takes in the short term to accomplish this long-term goal? Or do I have caveats and exceptions that slow me down or stop me completely?
“Impossible” is the term we, too often, apply to things we don’t want to do.
Day 11: David Bly: Striving For Success Without Hard Work Is Like Trying To Harvest Where You Haven’t Planted
Writing a book takes planning on a variety of levels, and it requires concerted effort to bring a book project to fruition.
Day 10: Ara Parseghian: A Good Coach Will Make His Players See What They Can Be Rather Than What They Are
The job of any good coach or mentor is to open the doors of possibility for their charges. A good coach helps them believe the dream, the goal, is possible for them personally.
Working for success as an author means different things to different people. For me, it means sitting down to write every day so, should inspiration decide to show up, it finds me already working
Too often we believe we are not capable or that we lack the power to accomplish our goals and our dreams. The reality is we are all – every single one of us – far more powerful than we can imagine.