Intensity is the price of visibility. The more visible we are, the more mental strength we require.
How we direct our mental strength during intense situations determines how successful we are when performing under pressure, managing stress, and dealing with unexpected conditions.
When intensity contributes to our positive levels of energy, it creates momentum. Sometimes that’s all we need to lift us up and propel us forward.
Let us use our intensity in harmony with our immensity today.
There are a lot of things in life to love … family, friends, hobbies, work, pets…. But one of the greatest loves is to be in love with our own life.
When we love our life, our life loves us back to the degree we love it. Loving our life is a lifestyle – where everything is in flow and is play – no matter what we are doing. Loving life is a way of cherishing every moment and inspiring zest for life wherever we go and in whatever we do.
Let us love the life we live and live the life we love today.
We are our best personal therapist. We know ourselves. If we dig deep enough and allow ourselves to settle into a peaceful state of mind, we can pinpoint what sucks the energy out of us. We know what inspires us and makes us feel better.
The problem is sometimes we don’t take time to do what we know we need to do. If we don’t pay attention to our mental state, we move into a slump then we aren’t as good as we need to be.
Let us give ourselves a mental tune up and tune into ourselves today.
What if in every person we encounter, we leave an impression of increase… increase their spirit, increase their value, increase their confidence, increase their light, so they shine brighter.
All it takes is setting an intention because our intention is everything. How we treat others says more about us than anything else.
Let us rise by lifting others up today.
Who are we? We are what we read, conversations we engage in, people we spend time with, people we love, the shows we watch, who we listen to, where we spend our time….. It’s everything that feeds our mind.
Our mind believes what we tell it. Why not feed it hope, pure thoughts, powerful ideas, creativity, everything good? What we feed our mind leads the way..
Let us take care of our beautiful mind first today.
Life’s journey is a personal journey. It may be short. It may be smooth. It may be paved in advance for us, so the ride is easy.
At some point however, most of us hit a roadblock along the way. As long as we don’t fall in the crack or make a mountain out of a molehill, we find a way to keep going. We learn how to enjoy the ride no matter where our path takes us. One thing is for sure, the only journey is the one within.
Let us steer ourselves in the right direction and own our journey today.
If we don’t make the best out of what we have now, why would the universe trust us to receive more? Acknowledging the best in what we already have is the foundation for all abundance.
We can see the glass full just as easily as we can see the glass empty. We can look for the opportunity rather than see troubles and problems. We can use what is available rather than focus on what is lacking.
Let us step up with optimism and trust the best is yet to come today.
It may be rare to find others that we really like to be around. Sometimes we hang around with others just because it’s a habit or it’s the right thing to do.
When we find someone that we connect with, someone that we like to talk to and inspires us, they light us up. We know it because when they leave, we long for their presence. This may be a bigger deal than we think it is. Why not figure out a way to keep them around?
Let us surround ourselves with those that lift us up higher today.
What is the real measure of our worth? What are we equal to in value? What if we lost everything, how much would we be worth? Nothing of real worth can be bought like love, loyalty, credibility, and success.
The law of value says our real worth is measured by how much more value we give rather than how much we get paid or receive. When we give extreme value to what and who we value, success and love naturally follows.
Let us realize what and who is worth the value of our effort and what and who is not today.
Everything we do can be a stacking step for becoming the person we hope to be.
Stacking is building a new habit on top of an existing habit. Each new habit may only be a small step, a small win, but it’s progress.
Small progress is better than no progress. Stacking works because our previous habit is a cue that sends a signal to move us to the next level. This is a simple system for improvement. The trick is not to slip backwards.
Let us cue up and make a leap towards our best today.