Al Walker stated, “The most important words we will ever utter are those words we say to ourselves, about ourselves, when we are by ourselves.” During these “conversations”
If you want to be successful tomorrow, then you must be teachable today.
Optimism is a passive virtue, hope an active one.
Business professor George Knox said, “When you cease to be better, you cease to be good. When you stop growing, you cease to be useful— a weed in the garden of prosperity…. We are what we are today because we were what we were yesterday. And our thoughts today determine our actions tomorrow.”
Maxwell, John C. (2013-10-08). Sometimes You Win–Sometimes You Learn: Life’s Greatest Lessons Are Gained from Our Losses