Archive for October, 2010

The best preparation for good work tomorrow is to do good work today ~ Elbert Hubbard. Nothing breeds enthusiasm like a job well done. If you’ve allowed yourself to ease off when it comes to your work standards, redouble efforts to do things according to your highest level of excellent.

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The great thing in this world is not so much where we are but in what direction we are moving ~ Oliver Wendell Holmes

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If you do the right thing and keep doing it, even if it doesn’t help you move ahead with your talent in the short term, it will protect you & serve you well in the long term. Character builds & it builds you. “Honesty is not something you do; honesty is who you are.” ~ Dr. Dale Bronner

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Do you want to become better? Do you want to grow? Do you want to develop experience, maturity, and wisdom? Then make tough decisions and assume responsibility for them. Easy decisions can make you look good. Taking responsibility for hard decisions can make you better.. And always remember: You cannot escape the respo…nsibility of tomorrow by evading it today ~ Abraham Lincoln

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When it comes to self discipline, people choose one of two things, either they choose the pain of discipline, which comes from sacrifice and growth, or they choose the pain of regret, which comes from taking the easy road and missing opportunities. Each person in life chooses. Discipline people maximize the use of their time ~ John C. Maxwell

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If only we could have to lives, the first in which we make mistake, and the second to profit by them ~ D. H. Lawrence.. The greatest mistake we ever make is not learning from and correcting the first one

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Disappointments alone don’t have a positive or negative impact of themselves. By our reaction toward dissapointments, we make them either positive or negative. Two people can have the same dissapointment with a totally different outcome. It’s how we handle the setbacks in our lives that will determine our success ~ John C. Maxwell

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