Thursday, July 12, 2018
Make the best choice, not just the easiest choice. Step back from the moment, and give yourself enough perspective to make that best choice.
The benefits of the easiest choice disappear quickly. The value of the best choice can endure for a lifetime, even longer.
You can always go with the best choice, regardless of what the excuses are saying. As enticing as the easy choice may be, you see beyond its expediency.
You know what is best. Claim it by giving your time, effort and commitment to it.
You have the strength to make the best choice and to follow through with it. Feel that strength increase each time you choose what is best.
The path leading up the mountain is steep, yet the view from the top can change your life. Though it is difficult, do what you must to choose what is best.
Ralph MarstonTell yourself something good Authentic intensity
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