Monthly Archives: November 2010
Remember it is your job to discover and live your greatness, not to pay attention to what others say about or how they judge your greatness.
To build the habit of noticing what goes right instead of what goes wrong, I like to start and end each day by remembering five great things that are happening, have happened or will happen. It is a good and healthy habit because we know that the more positive and optimistic we are, the healthier … Continue reading
To the world you may be one person, but to one person you may be the world. Know and live your greatness – others count on it.
I was struck today during a Thanksgiving celebration with some of my family that we all have had the most amazing lives. This is not to say that any of our lives are perfect or even easy. They aren’t. We each have had some tough times – in choosing wisely about work and life, finding … Continue reading
To get introduced to what you are great at, check in on what others say when they talk about you. How others explain you offers great information about your talents and interests.
I am talking about greatness. It is everywhere. It is in an amazing sunrise or someone who waits to let you out in traffic. It is the person at your coffee shop that always remembers how you like your coffee and has it ready as you come it. It is in the precision of your … Continue reading
“When you learn to focus on your greatness, you allow your possibilities, opportunities, dreams and potential.” ~ Jay Forte
“One secret of a long and fruitful (great) life is to forgive everybody, everything, every night before you go to bed.” ~ Ann Landers
Many people spend more time noticing what doesn’t work in life rather than what does. I wonder sometimes why we are so focused on the bad instead of the good. Maybe it has something to do with our survival instincts – that we are hardwired to watch for danger – so we spend more of … Continue reading