Saturday, February 18, 2012

Discipline versus Regret

It’s said discipline weighs ounces while regret weighs tons
Regret is an accumulated affect a year from now, two years from now. Forgive.

Whenever you see something that needs to be corrected start there.

Then do it on airlines and ships all the time. It’s called a course correction. We seldom apply the same principle in our own lives.

“Success is not something you run after, like a new job.
Success is something you attract by the person you become.”

Learn to be congruent with the language you use. Whether the language of the corporate, the sales or the marketplace worlds. Be consistent with your language around the house and in the community.

Begin by correcting your error in judgement and your own philosophy.
Do you need a goal?
Set a goal to become learn about the value of time and how to work with people. You’ll discover how to keep your ego in check and you learn to be kind as well as strong.
What you learn on the way is much more valuable than the end result. You learn to give and as you give you receive.
And you don’t have to sell out your principles and your values. And guess what? They may change as you change. But that’s okay.
Learn to stand behind your principle and values.

Come back from disappointment whether it’s health, marriage, family, business, social or personal. You HAVE TO come back.

Practice gratitude. Have courage. Be congruent. Be resilient. Discover joy. Never judge. Trust. Be honest. Have hope. Keep FAITH. And always forgive.
It’s never what you acquire but what you become.

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