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And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years.
-- Abraham Lincoln
 

 

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Constant improvement

Don’t depend on what you’ve already done to sustain you. Embrace the opportunity to exceed your past achievements.

Give yourself the satisfaction of persistence, of growth, of constant improvement. You’ve done good work, and now you can do even better.

Keep going, keep growing, keep improving, and see yourself go far beyond limits you once thought were impenetrable. Don’t stop, or complacency will quickly catch you.

You’re alive, aware, able, purposeful, so continue to act like it. Your life right now is too full of potential to waste it reliving past glories.

You have more experience, more knowledge, more wisdom than ever before. Just imagine what you can now do with it all.

Whatever the past has been, now can be better. Put your love, joy, purpose, effort, experience and creativity into making it so.

— Ralph Marston

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