Don’t make the process hard. Enjoy it. If you love what you do, then it is never work.
As a young child my father use to repeatedly tell me, “Take care of yourself first. You can’t help nobody if you can’t help yourself first. No matter what, take care of you”. To be honest, I did not agree with him for a long time. It took until my late 20s for it toContinue reading “Cultivate Your Own Garden”
Too many times we move through our daily lives too focused on ourselves. We judge others harshly. We lack compassion. It’s ok not to be mean, to not want to always be right. Sometimes just listen and love.
Truth is, you’re really not that unique….You’re definitely not above critique…..You’re not as strong and you’re not as weak…stop trying to detach yourself from reality….some say your attitude determines your salary….you are the results of your decisions….focus on your growth and not your mentions…move with intention….be your greatest invention. Be you.
Habits are the hardest things to change. We make decisions based off our habits most times, not off our critical thinking skills. We get so used to doing things a certain way that we never take the time out to actually ask ourselves, “is this the best option?”. Our habits tend to hold us backContinue reading “Changing Habits”
“Preceding accomplishment must be desire. Thy desires must be strong and definite” What I have learned over the years is that one must move with a definite purpose. Too many times we make life decisions without being fully committed. Motivation comes and goes, so one must find something to keep you going when you don’tContinue reading “Definite Purpose”
Figure it out. That’s it, That’s all. Figure it out or perish. Be who you say your are.
Stop sharing your life with everyone. Everyone does not love, care, or respect you.
Growing up, “things” as simple as breathing and drinking water were just a means to an end. They were just “things” I did as a habit, not something I did with purpose. I was much more active, and when I sweated a lot I just drunk water. No thought to it. As breathing goes, IContinue reading ““Things” We Do”