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Don’t let what you can’t do stand in the way of what you can do.

Don't let what you can't do stand in the way of what you can do.

Always remember that you may not be able to do everything, but you can always do something.

Whenever you catch yourself focusing on a problem or obstacle (which is discouraging), remember to turn your attention to possible solutions (which is encouraging).

While immediate solutions may not come to mind, you can aid yourself in the process by using the awesome power of asking yourself good questions and letting your subconscious guide you.

Don’t let what you can’t do stand in the way of what you can do.

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Originally Published on: Jul 2, 2013

Don’t squander your potential…

 

Don't squander your potential...

“Don’t squander your potential living a life that amounts to far less than the one you are capable of living.” — Zero Dean

Originally Published on: Sep 29, 2015

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No one can make you get fit.

No one can make you get fit.

No one can make you get fit. And no one can stop you from getting fit if you truly want to. Your fitness is your choice.

Originally Published on: Sep 15, 2013 @ 06:20

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The key to self-mastery

The key to self-mastery
Your ability to listen to and take action based on your inner voice — regardless of how you feel, other influences, or temptations you face — is the key to self-mastery.

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Originally Published on: Mar 30, 2015 @ 06:06

The key to self-mastery

Self-control

Excerpt from: Self-discipline

Self-control

Like a muscle, the more you exercise self-control on a consistent basis, the stronger you get.

As your self-control increases, the more you gain the ability to direct your life in a manner that is congruent with the true you.

The more congruent your actions are with your thoughts and feelings, the better you feel about yourself and the decisions you make.

Every time you feel good about a decision you make, it raises your self-esteem and your self-confidence. You also reinforce in your mind what you are capable of and it makes it less difficult to make similar decisions in life.

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Originally Published on: Mar 30, 2015 @ 14:47

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Invest in bettering yourself and the future you

Excerpt from: Today is day one.

Invest in bettering yourself and the future you

Invest in bettering yourself and the future you. Let your future self look back on the changes you make today and be thankful you made them.

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Originally Published on: Aug 2, 2015 @ 12:51

There is a big difference between “I can’t” and “it just isn’t a high priority.”

There is a big difference between "I can't" and "it just isn't a high priority."

There is a big difference between “I can’t” and “It just isn’t a high priority”.

When a person says, “I can’t”, it means they are incapable of doing something.

It does not mean, “I don’t want to.”
It does not mean, “I just don’t have time.”
It does not mean, “I don’t want to work to accomplish something.”

What many people actually mean when they use the word “can’t” is “it just isn’t a high priority.”

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Excerpt from: Goal setting and breaking the “I can’t” excuse addiction

Originally Published on: Sep 20, 2012 @ 17:16

Making progress is more important than making excuses

Making progress is more important than making excuses

While you are still waiting to find an easy way (or a perfect time), someone else is already getting results because they decided making progress is more important than making excuses.

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Originally published on: Sep 10, 2012 @ 16:17

Don’t sacrifice the kind of life and health you truly desire

Excerpt from: The master of your destiny

Don't sacrifice the kind of life and health you truly desire

Don’t sacrifice the kind of life and health you truly desire by catering to your short-term comfort over your long-term goals.

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Originally published on: Dec 29, 2015 @ 06:04

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