It takes hands to build a house, but only hearts can build a home.

Author Unknown

Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Chapter 7, Page 27, Book 21


 

Believe that success is your only option.

Scott Morrison

July 27th - Believe in yourself



Success is the sum of small efforts - repeated day in and day out.

Robert Collier 

If we think we can do something, we will.  We are what we think.  A positive and happy out look will get you further than thinking negatively.

We need to think we can do something, trust ourselves and get the job done.  Hard work will result in success.  And we need to believe we are capable of getting  the job done. 

We need to pay attention to our thoughts as they will become our deeds.  They are what shape our life.

Shift your attention from the things that are making you unhappy to that that which can bring you peace of mind and happiness.  By changing your thoughts and limiting beliefs, every day can be one that you want for yourself. Believe it and you will achieve it.

Your mind is much more powerful than you can imagine, It dictates our life and the outcomes.




Success is a state of mind.  If you want success, start thinking of yourself as a success.  We may not be in control of our circumstance be we are always in control of what we think about. 

Joyce Brothers


3 comments:

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

If we believe in ourselves we can do what we want to do and be successful.

jack69 said...

I do not think it was intentional, but since the NEWS people found that bad news 'sells' our air waves are full of it. And in the process I think that we as citizens and listen, have adapted too much or that attitude. Which is actually failure.
I find it hard NOT to 'worry' about the bad things and MUST force myself to think Positive and DO IT. I can guess how hard it is for someone who is naturally pessimistic.
BUT WE ALL enjoy dropping by your house for some encouragement. THANKS
Sherry & jack

Mevely317 said...

Another timely message I needed to hear! We're needing to travel back to Birmingham tomorrow for Tom's eye surgery ... and already I'm fretting. Not about the procedure itself, but the traffic and what do we do if there's car trouble. Etcetera, etcetera, etcetera.
Good grief. I need to quit with the what-if's and start to expect the best.