Years ago I started the practice of writing motivational quotes on a note card and carrying the card with me. Several times throughout the day I would take out the card and read it. That practice kept me focused. When I started to feel down or was getting knocked off track I would pull out the card and reflect on it. The topics of the cards ranged widely. That’s what made it so fun and easy to do.
I want to share this daily practice with you. Over the next sixty days I will be posting a motivation. While they won’t be listed in a specific order, they will fall roughly into the following categories:
1) Taking Stock 2) Facing Your Fears 3) Being Courageous/Taking Risks 4) Taking Action.
My desire with this daily exercise is that you will reflect on the words and what they mean to you. If a particular quote strikes you and you want to comment, please do. I would love to hear your thoughts. If the quote makes you think about something new or about something in a different way, that’s great.
The quotes come from a variety of places. Many are from books I’ve read, some are from famous people, some are from speakers at conferences I have attended through the years. When I know the source, I will cite it.
See you tomorrow.