http://huntersneeds.net/rigaro/3819 I love to read books on succeeding in business – Making Friends and Influencing People, by Dale Carnegie; Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell; The Top 10 Distinctions Between Millionaires and the Middle Class, by Keith Cameron Smith; NO Excuses! by Brian Tracy; — I’m always reading something.
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And I love to watch YouTube videos and TED talks on motivation. If I find myself at my desk, stuck and miserable, getting nothing done, I’ll pause for ten or fifteen minutes, pull up a video, and drink in the motivation.
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click to find out more It’s funny how you can sort of borrow someone else’s passion and drive, and then suddenly, it’s your own. Lord, I love that.
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lotensin cost You know in your heart how it feels when someone says instead: “This is great! We are going to rock this! I love the way we all work together, try our best, really want to do well!” or “You are so good! You’ve got this!” Those words even feel different to type.
Watch what you are putting in your heart and brain. Today, find someone or something — person, book, or Youtube video — to lift you up and turbo-charge your drive.
What encourages you?
Go, Mamma, go!!