Common sense is the collection of prejudices acquired by age eighteen.
-- Albert Einstein



Saturday, September 23, 2006

What it means to you

Your actions are as effective as you want them to be. When there’s a real and meaningful purpose behind what you do, that’s when you’ll do your best.

If you find yourself getting nowhere, take a look at why you’re doing what you’re doing. If the level of commitment is weak, the level of achievement will be weak, too.

You unquestionably have the potential for greatness. To realize that potential, make sure there’s a strong connection between your purpose and your actions.

When you have a compelling reason why, not only will you be able to figure out how to make it happen. You’ll also find within yourself the drive, the commitment and the persistence to see it through.

Whatever truly means something to you is what you will give the best of yourself to. And there is no greater beauty than when that happens.

Put those things you truly care about into action. And your actions will surely bring magnificent results.

— Ralph Marston


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