Monday, August 29, 2016
Think you can
You have enough challenges and obstacles working against you. Don’t let your own thoughts work against you too.
Thinking you can do the work doesn’t mean the work will get done. Yet it’s certainly preferable to thinking you can’t.
Do you ever feel that certain conditions prevent you from getting anything done? Imagine what could happen if you took a more positive, enabling view.
If you insist on perfect conditions, you’ll never get much done. So instead of insisting, start adapting.
Decide you can get it done, then get to work. Instead of focusing on what’s wrong, give your attention to making progress.
Whatever else is going on, you can put yourself in a positive frame of mind. Think you can, then proceed to do what you think.
Ralph MarstonGive focus, get excellence Feed your curiosity
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