You may have heard the quote by Oliver Wendell "It is not the poxsition where you are standing, but which direction you are going."
Do you often feel like you’re in a race, or that the race is the wrong one for you, or you’ve started the race on the backfoot, or the race is never-ending and can’t find the finish line?
Debra Taylor - Success FactorThere is a well-known saying “Success does not lie in ‘results’ but in ‘efforts, ‘being’ the best is not so important, ‘doing’ the best is all that matters.”
Most people have goals. A lot even have them written down. However, few can remember them without re-reading them, and even fewer take actions every day to ensure they achieve them.
I was recently made aware of a children’s book called ‘We’re going on a bear hunt’ by Michael Rossen, and this made me think about how this relates to us in our adult lives.
Debra Taylor - Success FactorYou might have your own business, or you might work for an organisation. You might be retired or just starting out in your career. You might be embarking on a new venture in your life.
Just before entering the ring, Clay said what would become one of his most famous quotes, and a phrase used to define his fighting style: "Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee. The hands can't hit what the eyes can't see." What happened in the end? Clay won by a technical knockout.
The new year has come and gone, and likely so have any new year's resolutions you made. However, that doesn't mean you have to consign 2018 to the "what will be, will be" basket.
“It's the repetition of affirmations that leads to belief. And once that belief becomes a deep conviction, things begin to happen.” Muhammad Ali
Gregory L. Jantz is quoted as saying: Before you can get from where you are to where you want to be you need to have a clear understanding of where you are and how you got there.