5 Quotes to Achieve Your Full Potential …

5 Quotes to Achieve Your Full Potential …

1. “There is no paycheck that can equal the feeling of contentment that comes from being the person you are meant to be.” ~ Oprah Winfrey

2. “Find the place inside yourself where nothing is impossible.” ~ Deepak Chopra

3. “Great work is done by people who are not afraid to be great.” ~ Fernando Flores

4. “Sooner or later, those who win are those who think they can.” ~ Richard Bach

5. “Start maximising what you have, instead of worrying what you don’t have.” ~ Tony Curl

29 Quotes that Will Inspire You to Reach Your Greatest PotentialPick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement


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Believe It Or Not …


ps ““Today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday. Was it worth it?” ~

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You Reap What You Sow

“My garden is an honest place. Every tree and every line are incapable of concealment, and tell after two or three months exactly what sort of treatment they have had. The sower may mistake and sow his peas crookedly: the peas make no mistake but come and show his line.”

— Ralph Waldo Emerson, Journal

Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant. Robert Louis Stevenson

Fitness starts at home. What you eat is what you will look, just as what you sow is what you reap. Eat good food: eat fruits, vegetables, healthy grains, and don’t go for sweet and trite food. Rakul Preet Singh

Be kind. We never know what people are going through. Give grace and mercy because one day your circumstance could change and you may need it.

Germany Kent

34 Inspirational Quotes On Reaping & Sowing | AwakenTheGreatnessWithin


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Did You Fail At Something? Good—Do Something Else

Did You Fail At Something? Good—Do Something Else

– Darius Foroux

Do you have plans, goals, ideals, or outcomes that you want to achieve?

And do you complain when things don’t go according to plan?

Well, I used to do that a lot.

No matter what all the personal development advice says, it’s very hard to quit complaining. Sure, it’s easy to not complain about small things.

Everyone can do that. But how do you hold up when real bad things happen? A severe injury, losing a big amount of money, getting fired—you name it.

When things like that happen, most of us revert to complaining. But I finally found a way to get over that once and for all.

I share my method, which is inspired by Jocko Willink, in my latest article:

Read: Did You Fail At Something? Good—Do Something Else (3-min read)

I hope you find this article useful. I also recorded a podcast episode about it (the link is at the bottom of the article).

Thanks for reading!

simple. Jocko believes that complaining when things go wrong is useless.

Did You Fail At Something? Good—Do Something Else – Darius Foroux


Doing, saying, or being anything puts you at risk for criticism; the only way to avoid criticism would be to do absolutely nothing interesting with your life. The subtext: stop worrying about people criticizing you and just live your life.

– Melchor Lim

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You may have your flaws…

You may have your flaws…

but so does everyone else.

But at least you are healthy and happy, which is

more than enough reason to be grateful about.

“Gratitude is the Best Medicine”.

It will help you survive your toughest times.

If you are a religious person, thank God for


If you are not, there are still so many things you

can do to show gratitude.

Be thankful for what you have in this imperfect


If someone does a good deed to you, no matter how

insignificant, like holding the door for you…

always make a point of saying, “thank you”.

People will respect you for that.

15 Thoughtful Quotes About Gratitude – SUCCESS


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Did I Love Well?

The things that matter most in our lives are not fantastic or grand. They are the moments when we touch one another, when we are there in the most attentive or caring way. This simple and profound intimacy is the love that we all long for. These moments of touching and being touched can become a foundation for a path with heart, and they take place in the most immediate and direct way. Mother Teresa put it like this: “In this life we cannot do great things. We can only do small things with great love.”

In the stress and complexity of our lives, we may forget our deepest intentions. But when people come to the end of their lives and look back, the questions that they most often ask are not usually, “How much is in my bank account?” or “How many books did I write?” or “What did I build?” or the like. If you have the privilege of being with a person who is conscious at the time of his or her death, you find the questions such a person asks are very simple, “Did I love well?” “Did I live fully?” “Did I learn to let go?”


Did I Love Well?


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