Day 56: Franklin D. Roosevelt – Men Are Prisoners Of Their Own Minds

Men Are Not Prisoners Of Fate; But Only Prisoners Of Their Own Minds. -Franklin D. Roosevelt

Men Are Not Prisoners Of Fate; But Only Prisoners Of Their Own Minds.

-Franklin D. Roosevelt

We are in control of our own destiny.

Denial of that fact is an abdication of our personal responsibility.

That’s not to say it’s easy to control our destiny. Typically, it requires a ton of self-discipline and a continual effort to guard our minds against negative thoughts.

Ultimately, though, it’s about controlling the thoughts we allow to rule our every hour of every day of our life.

Whatever a person can conceive and believe, he or she can achieve.

Our thoughts control our decisions and actions, therefore our thoughts control our lives.

We can do anything we choose to do.

That’s not to say it will be easy.

Accomplishing awesome dreams means applying ourselves in ways most people find inconceivable.

It means doing more today than the next person is willing to do so that tomorrow we can do that they can’t.

It means going the extra mile every single day of our life.

That’s a tall order, but it’s also the only path to a brilliant, beautiful life of gratitude and fulfillment.

For some, like me, that path includes writing and publishing books to help others.

If your path includes writing and publishing a book but you need a little assistance to design your own Roadmap for Success, I’d love to speak with you.

If I can help you shortcut the learning curve, it would be my honor to do so.

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  • Christopher di Armani

    Empowering non-fiction authors - just like you - so you can turn your dream of writing a book into your published reality. Yes, you really can go from blank page to finished first draft to published book, with ease.

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