When our worries and fears just don’t make sense, it’s possible we are trusting the part of the brain that doesn’t make sense… it just reacts.
Mistakes are just ‘mis-takes,’ or an action that we took that missed.
We’ve all heard that in life, when one door is closed, another is opened. Unfortunately, many of us are so focused on the darkness left by what has been lost, we never see the light coming through the newly opened door.
There’s no such thing as a ‘stressful’ situation.
Leaders should interact with everyone in their organization as if the interaction is being recorded and will be used as a training film on how to treat colleagues, coworkers, and customers.
The problem with righteous indignation is that even when you’re right, you’re still left feeling indignant.
One key to success is knowing the difference between knowledge and wisdom. One is information from the past while the other is the key to the future.
The only time a mistake becomes a failure is when we look for someone to blame.
Peace of Mind? Don’t leave home (or go home) without it.
The true measure of our belief in the validity of our values is our willingness to act upon them.
Many people would rather be certain of their worries and fears, than risk the uncertainty of hope and optimism.
Nothing will sabotage our happiness and success more thoroughly than the fear that we are not enough.