“If you limit your choice only to what seems possible or reasonable, you disconnect yourself from what you truly want, & all that is left is a compromise.”— Robert Fritz
So, my wish for you today is…. Be Limitless
In every area of your life, don’t settle for less, or just good enough…go for Greatness! 😊
It is quite the simplest way, to make someone’s day…so go ahead, give it a try…you never know just how much joy you can bring, & the happiness it will stir inside 😊 ©JLH
Some very good tips here to consider. 🙂
Originally posted on Medium by Zdravko Cvijetic
”Somebody once told me the definition of hell:
“On your last day on earth, the person you became will meet the person you could have become.” — Anonymous
Sometimes, to become successful and get closer to the person we can become, we don’t need to add more things — we need to give up on some of them.
There are certain things that are universal, which will make you successful if you give up on them, even though each one of us could have a different definition of success.
You can give up on some of them today, while it might take a bit longer to give up on others.
1. Give Up On The Unhealthy Lifestyle
“Take care of your body. It’s the only place you have to live.” — Jim Rohn
If you want to achieve anything in life, everything starts here. First you have to take…
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I can so relate ! I get this question a lot as well 🙂
“Why do you work with children? I couldn’t do that, they’re such hard work.”
This is something people say to me when I tell them I’m a childminder. My simple answer is that they make me happy. They do. There is nothing more innocent or honest than a young child. Luckily all of my mindees have good lives and seem to be genuinely happy little people. Their happiness rubs off on me. So why are children so happy and can we adults learn from them? Here are a few things I’ve observed that I believe help children stay happy .
- THEY’RE MORE SELFISH
Most young children want what’s best for them. They believe that getting what they want is far more important than anything else. Empathy generally doesn’t kick in with children until they’re around 4 or 5, and older children still have difficulty in being empathetic. Empathy is obviously…
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