Think Tank
A project of All Party System

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Think Tank
CEO Election: January 1st 2019 to July 7th 2019
CEO Term: January 1st 2020 to December 31st 2020

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Peoms by CEO Buck Rogers [Conservative]

1. Trust Me: 55 Ways to Build Trust and Credibility
2. International Unity
3. To Create Team Harmony
4. Fear
5. Appreciate Everyone
6. Love
7. Just Me
8. Opportunities
9. Dreams
10. Prayer
11. Joke
12. Friends
13. Happiness
14. Winning Arguments
15. Women and men Are not equal
16. Peace
17. Truth
18. Creating Your Own Reality
19. THERE IS ALWAYS A GOOD SIDE!
20. Trust Yourself
21. Unique Habits of Ridiculously Likeable people
22. Stand Beside Me
23. Your Plan
24. Time
25. Be Strong
26. Smile
27. Bully
28. Generosity
29. You are Strong
30. Helping Others
31. Impossible
32. Joy
33. Time
34. Nothing Lasts Forever
35. Good and Bad
36. Good Relations
37. Investigators Know
38. Risks
39. Warrior
40. Great Affairs
41. Hope
42. Positivity
43. Dreams
44. Keep Going Forward
45. Friends are Precious
46. Comfort
47. Single
48. S.I.N.G.L.E
49. Humanity
50. Life at Age 90
51. Reading Your Eyes
52. We Are All Human
53. Change
54. Your Story
55. Winners
56. Persistence
57. I Alone
58. Always Say How You Feel
59. Team
60. Gratitude
61. Effort
62. Integrity and Honesty
63. Pioneer of the Future
64. Enthusiasm
65. Journey
66. Meant for You
67. Love
68. Be Giving
69. Fifteen Ways to Be Happier
70. You Were the Book
71. Ten Letter Word
72. Perfection
73. Life is About
74. Ask
75. First Step
76. Worrying
77. Greatfulness
78. Do the Work
79. Promise
80. Target
81. Work for a Cause
82. Forgiveness
83. Crying
84. You Are Special
85. Rich and Without
86. Time Is More Powerful Than You
87. Keep Trying
88. Friends
89. Looking Better
90. Winning
91. Truth
92. Problems
93. Lessons
94. Be Strong
95. Purpose to Serve
96. Nothing Goes Away
97. Leadership = Results
98. Greatness Within
99. Plan Life
100. Those Who Talk
101. Circle Together
102. Wisdom
103. Claim Your Destiny
104. Be Humble
105. Attitude
106. Opinion
107. New Storm
108. Things you can not recover in life.
109. Marriage
110. Hearts United
111. Build You Up
112. Take Action
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1. Trust Me: 55 Ways to Build Trust and Credibility

By Honorable Buck Rogers [Conservative]
9/19/2019

Trust Me: 55 Ways to Build Trust and Credibility
1. It takes many years to become an overnight success.
2. Good intentions are just the beginning.
3. Your reputation is their first impression.
4. Show people that you care about their needs.
5. A promise should be as binding as a contract.
6. Never sacrifice a long-term relationship for a short-term gain.
7. Don’t expect people to look up to you if you look down on them.
8. Give credit where credit is due.
9. The danger of shooting from the hip is hitting yourself in the foot.
10. Be knowledgeable and remain current in your field.
11. Follow through on every commitment that you make.
12. Take the time to provide the rationale behind your recommendations.
13. Stay focused. Trying to be all things to all people is a guaranteed recipe for mediocrity.
14. Be objective.
15. Opinions held in secret never make a difference.
16. Never cut corners.
17. Stand up for the things that you believe in. (Waffles are for breakfast.)
18. Be a thought leader.
19. At the end of the day, you’re judged by the value that you provide.
20. Be straight with people. Tell it like it is.
21. Don’t be afraid to present bad news. It’s worse to sweep it under the rug. (People appreciate honesty.)
22. Remain calm, cool, and collected during difficult times.
23. Present both sides of an issue. (Let them judge for themselves.)
24. Be a good listener.
25. Disclose potential conflicts of interest.
26. Even a tiny exaggeration can destroy your credibility.
27. Once you make a decision, don’t look back.
28. Always tell the truth or the truth will tell on you.
29. Surround yourself with people who have a high degree of integrity.
30. Your actions “off-stage“ (i.e., at an office party or on Facebook) impact your trust and credibility.
31. Typos and grammatical errors loom larger than life.
32. Remain transparent. (You’ll never be faulted for communicating too much.)
33. Never ask someone to do something that you’re not willing to do yourself.
34. Reliable and consistent behavior on your part allows people to anticipate what you’ll do in the future.
35. Do what’s right, even if nobody is looking.
36. You are judged by the company that you keep.
37. Your actions must match your words.
38. Being an expert in one area doesn’t make you an expert in everything.
39. Admit when you’re wrong.
40. Don’t submit unfinished work as complete.
41. Never confuse quantity with quality.
42. Think before you open your mouth.
43. People who “hard sell” don’t always have the facts on their side.
44. You gain more by making others look good than by singing your own praises.
45. Trying to be excellent in everything leads to mediocrity.
46. “Everybody does it” is a poor excuse for doing it yourself.
47. Words spoken in confidence are words spoken in trust.
48. Learn how to disagree without being disagreeable.
49. Repeating a rumor is as vicious as starting one.
50. People will test you in small ways before trusting you outright.
51. The only thing worse than talking about others is talking about yourself.
52. Great talent means nothing if you’re not dependable.
53. Few people will fault you for being tough, if you’re fair.
54. It’s not only what you bring to the table but how you serve it.
55. REMEMBER, trust and credibility take years to develop but can be lost in seconds.
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2019-11-17 09:12

One Day the People That Didn't Believe in You Will Tell Everyone How They Met You
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2019-11-15 11:39

Your words mean nothing when your actions are the complete opposite.
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2. International Unity

By Honorable Buck Rogers [Conservative]
10/5/2019

I would like to break to the walls of ignorance between differents peoples and cultures

I am a firm believer in the people

Let each one of us build bridges rather than barriers, open minds rather than walls.

We can hold each others in same feeling

with our hands and lives,

let’s all push our hearts together...

to make a better place this world

let’s build bridges to each other

our lives are a bridge to us to give the oportunity to know each other

I want to build a better bridge in my heart

Together in a spirit of acceptance, helpfulness, co-operation and peace

from every wrong we’ve done to each other, if I forgive will you forgive?

Let's not let our anger.. do bad to our souls

I wonder

If i am different......you will accept me?

If i have another thought...... you're going to respect my opinion?

If we believe in the same God ,.

but we call him with a different name .

you will pray with me for peace and humanity?

With empathy we should tear down barriers by building lasting relationships with every person ,nation, or people.

Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason

for the hope that you have with your fundamental human right to share our faith;

our lifes and our cultures .

But do this with gentleness and respect.” This must be our guide.

Remember always

Only love can build us a bridge of light to each other..
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3. To Create Team Harmony

By Honorable Buck Rogers [Conservative]
8/8/2019

Are you the leader or just the boss? The leader of a symphony orchestra knows how to play every instrument. He also knows how those instruments blend together to create a symphonic sound. The leader of a choir knows every note that everybody has to sing, and knows how the voices and notes blend together to make harmony. They're actually called "conductors," but you know what I mean.

When you can take both of these leadership elements and put them together, you have symphonic harmony. You have a team that knows their individual talents, knows their individual notes, knows their lyrics, knows how to play and how to sing (and knows the timing of when to do both) – to create team harmony. And IF the leader is prepared, in control, and respected, the results can be spectacular.

If you're the leader of these people and these elements, it is imperative that you know how each player must perform, or you will fail. Same in sales. All sales leaders and bosses want their people to be a team. All salespeople resist it, because they just want to sell – but they often need other team member (accounting, production, shipping, service) to make it happen.

THE TEAM SECRET IS:

Everyone must know his or her own skill and know it perfectly. Until they know themselves, they can't play well or sing well with others.

THE LEADERSHIP SECRET IS:

Leaders must be able to extract the excellence of their people's performance and combine it with the excellence of their own performance. Often salespeople don't live up to their potential and don't do their best, or they make mistakes along the way. This is where leadership can make it happen, or break it down and continue with less than stellar performance.

THE LEADERSHIP REALITY IS:

If you're a real leader, you can't blame the players for poor performance. You have to be the teacher, the conductor, the coach, and the encourager. On the eve of a symphony performance, thousands of people pay to watch the orchestra AND the conductor perform. At the end there is usually thunderous applause, cheers of BRAVO!, flowers given out all over the place, and, at the urging of the conductor, members of the orchestra stand one or two at a time to bow and receive individual applause.

You, as the spectator (the customer), paid for and saw a one--‐hour performance. But the outcome was not determined by their performance that evening. The outcome was determined long ago when they were practicing. If they didn't practice, their performance would not have been acceptable.

Same with you. And the key is the message I'm trying to transfer. Leaders and orchestra members PRACTICED TOGETHER. It's the same in sales. You can't just be the boss or the manager. You also have to be the leader by example, and the coach who knows the game.
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4. Fear
By CEO Buck Rogers [Conservative]
10/27/2019

Fear is nothing more than a lingering emotion that’s fueled by your imagination. Danger is real. It’s the uncomfortable rush of adrenaline you get when you almost step in front of a bus. Fear is a choice. Happy people know this better than anyone does, so they flip fear on its head. They are addicted to the euphoric feeling they get from conquering their fears.

When all is said and done, you will lament the chances you didn’t take far more than you will your failures. Don’t be afraid to take risks. I often hear people say, “What’s the worst thing that can happen to you? Will it kill you?” Yet, death isn’t the worst thing that can happen to you. The worst thing that can happen to you is allowing yourself to die inside while you’re still alive.
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5. Appreciate Everyone
By CEO Buck Rogers [Conservative]
10/27/2019

When you believe that there is a purpose for everyone you meet, you will appreciate everyone. Some people will test you, some will use you, some will bring out the best in you. Whether good or bad, everyone will teach you something about yourself.
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2019-11-15 12:52

To replace the old paradigm of war with a new paradigm of waging peace, we must be pioneers who can push the boundaries of human understanding. We must be doctors who can cure the virus of violence. We must be soldiers of peace who can do more than preach to the choir. And we must be artists who will make the world our masterpiece.
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6. Love
By CEO Buck Rogers [Conservative]

Accept Yourself
January 2020

Love is not your problem. Your problem is that you have not been able to accept yourself, to stand on your own feet, to be respectful to yourself, to do something so that you can feel that you have some worth.
Your worth should be within you, not donated by somebody else. A borrowed worth is dangerous; the person can take it back. And this goes on happening in so-called love affairs. Only an independent person can love and can be loved. And love will not create any problem for him/her;)
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Write Yourself A Love Letter In 10 Steps!
11/2/2019

The right words can express profound feelings of compassion, kindness, and love – especially when we direct them at ourselves. Take a moment on your journey to write a note reminding yourself just how much care and love you, too, are worth.

1. The letter does not have to be long – a few sentences will do.

2. Write as if you were addressing an old friend – speak in the third-person.

3. Begin with a strong statement of support – i.e. “You make me feel confident.”

4. Avoid phrases that feel forced – keep your tone authentic and grounded.

5. Describe admirable personal qualities – i.e. “You go out of your way to help.”

6. Describe character traits unique to you – i.e. “Your laughter brings happiness.”

7. List sincere hopes for the future – i.e. “I wish you courage in all adventures.”

8. Speak briefly about the place and time you are living in, marking this step in life.

9. Close with a note of gratitude – “I am sincerely thankful for everything you are.”

10. Sign, seal, and place it away somewhere. Read it again in 1, 5, 10, or 25 years.
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2019-11-18 07:59

Love is a potent force of good in this world. Love connects us to one another, brings out our best qualities, and, hopefully, allows us to find a bit of the divine within another soul. Love transcends the different spiritual traditions that separate us – and thus, many great teachers from diverse backgrounds have shared wonderful insights on the nature of love in our lives.

Remember that the best relationship is one in which your love for each other exceeds your need for each other. Keep love close to the heart. When love is the driving force behind our actions, the possibilities for our future are limitless.

Drop hesitations. People come to me and they say they want to love, they hesitate; they want to meditate, but they hesitate; they would like to dance, but they hesitate. If this hesitation is there and you go on feeding it, you will miss your whole life. It is time: drop it! And nothing else is to be done: just become aware that this is just the way you have been brought up, that's all.
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At the end of life, what really matters is not what we bought, but what we built; not what we got, but what we shared; not our competence, but our character; and not our success, but our significance. Live a life that matters. Live a life of love
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We are born in one day
We can die in one day
We can change in one day
We can fall in love in one day
Anything can happen in just one day..if we let it
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7. Just Me

I am me just me, no matter my past endeavors. What you see is what you get. Take me as I am because the miles I've walked in life have made me who you know...
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8. Opportunities

Opportunities in life are like the sunrise, If you miss it, You won't be able to see it again, So, grab the right opportunity coming your way
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Remember - In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity! difficulties present opportunities. The difficulty of an unsolved math or science problem, for instance, provides the opportunity to solve the problem.

Another example could be from competetive running. The difficulty of facing another fast runner provides the opportunity to break records. It is very difficult to set a record unless you are challenged by someone else. The challenge of difficulty makes you run faster or think better.

Therefore, in the middle of difficulity lies opportunity.
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9. Dreams

If you can dream it you can build it. If you can build it, you can live it.
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Dreams are like stars
Enlighten our hearts
The road may be rough
We fall and we rise
The road may be long
But never get stuck
And never give up
Life is like a mountain
Just keep climbing
And think about one thing
The view from the top
Woman's dreams are big
She has different roles to play
A respectable lady, a lovely wife
A great mom, a successful woman
Being beautiful isn't enough
Be smart, be strong, be classy
Don't hide your feelings
Your vulnerability is your strength
Always value yourself
And do what is right
Pleasure is only temporary
Regrets last forever
You are more than a pretty face
Your values are what make you
Unforgettable...
Never lower your standards for anyone
Not even for love
Self-esteem is everything
A woman is like a diamond
Be rare, be precious...
The right path is not always the easiest
Just think of the view from the top
Men and women complete each other
Men are not your rivals
Together we can change the world
Together we can make the difference
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There are dreams worth following and dreams worth chasing.. and then there are dreams worth growing wings and flying for .
There are galaxies within you .. you wear diamonds on the inside .. stardust swirls and dances in your soul .. with a powerful, beautiful light whispering to you ..
embrace it .. listen to it .. trust it
Live your passion .. follow your dreams
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Take Your Time... Creativity Is In the Eye of the Beholder! Dreams are for dreamers, a popular song from the past explains. Who says what your dream turns out to be? Creativity is in the eye of the beholder; just like what is beautiful to one person has no effect on the next. Dreams come to reality when the dreamer paints the picture for others to see. That picture can be on canvas; paper; or a blueprint to follow. The results of the dream must be transformed for others to understand and commit to funding or partnering with the dreamer. A dream is personal and develops out of the mind of an individual. Take your time; and keep dreaming until you're done!
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10. Prayer

I am nothing special, of this I am sure.
I am a common man with common thoughts and I've led a common life.
There are no monuments dedicated to me and my name will soon be forgotten, but I've hopefully given back to society with all my heart and soul, and brought a bit of joy into people's lives..no one knows what goes on behind closed doors or what other people are going through in personal battles...but if for a moment there can by a ray of sunshine to lift the mood I've done my job..it is not only writing here but also giving back thanks to you the readers that get just as much pleasure as I do writing..You are all special..
God bless you
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11. Joke

The fact that jellyfish have survived for 650 million years, despite not having brains, gives hope to many people!!
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12. Friends

2019-11-17 09:09

Positivity will attract positive people into your life. Having a few genuine, positive friends is better than having lots of negative ones.
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2019-11-15 11:32

True friendship multiplies the good in life and divides its evils. Strive to have friends, for life without friends is like life on a desert island... to find one real friend in a lifetime is good fortune; to keep him is a blessing.
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We are far apart from each other, yet face book made us friends.Thank you for that. I do not know whether we can meet each other in this life, I do not know but I pray this friendship remain afresh for ever.
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13. Happiness

2019-12-8

The prettiest smiles hide the deepest secrets..the prettiest eyes have cried the most tears..and the kindest hearts have felt the most pain

2019-11-15 14:04

The secret of happiness is to count your blessings while others are adding up their troubles.
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2019-11-15 13:01

Life has no smooth road for any of us. As we go down it, we need to remember that happiness is a talent we develop, not an object we seek. It’s the ability to bounce back from life’s inevitable setbacks. Some people are crushed by misfortune. Others grow because of it. Everything worthwhile is at first difficult.
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2020-02-03 14:04

Happiness is a choice. Life isn't about pleasing everybody.
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2020-02-09 15:27

The past has no power over the present moment
Seek positive revenge by living well. Are you contemplating revenge? You know that’s negative thinking getting the best of you. However, there is a way to seek revenge positively....How? Forget about them. Remember you. Working on a better you is more fulfilling than hanging on to contempt of others. Let it all go and hold on to your growth and kindness instead. If you train yourself to consistently be more loving in thoughts and actions, your positive energy will attract more positive results into your current reality

Be unlike the person or situation that hurt you. Let go and grow past your pain. Carry on living well in a way that creates peace in your heart. The energy you would spend trying to get real revenge can be better spent creating an amazing future for yourself. The bottom line is that the best revenge is happiness, because nothing drives your adversaries more insane than seeing a fresh smile on your face
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14. Winning Arguments

2019-11-15 11:25

The most powerful way to win an argument is by asking questions. You'd be surprised at how it can make people see the flaws in their logic.
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15. Women and men Are not equal
12/1/2019

Women and men Are not equal
But no one is superior No one is inferior They complete Each other
Like a puzzle Together, they are unstoppable
Women are sensitive And so emotional
The reason why They are special
Men are strong and realistic
The reason why They are awesome
Don't forget, your woman is unique
Show her your love and respect
Treat her like a queen
Spoil her with loyalty
Gifts and flowers Men too, deserve to be spoiled
Make your man feel like a king
Make him your priority And make every moment count
A life without women is unexciting
A world without men is boring
Both are indispensable
Both are amazing

16. Peace
12/3/2019

Peace in its broad sense does not mean the end of conflict and adversity only, but may require the establishment of a package of vocabulary, values, attitudes and customs based on full respect for the principles of sovereignty, fundamental freedoms and human rights, dialogue and cooperation among peoples and cultures, "Live and let others live." Meant that peace should be given to the people so that it could be acquired as a public case. Since peace is a blessing for the people, violence and wars curse, and what the peace is love and co-existence, wars are hostility and discrimination.
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17. Truth
12/3/2019

Many people, especially ignorant people, want to punish you for speaking the truth, for being correct, for being you. Never apologize for being correct, or for being years ahead of your time. If you’re right and you know it, speak your mind. Speak your mind. Even if you are a minority of one, the truth is still the truth.
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18. Creating Your Own Reality
12/3/2019

Creating your own reality is something that you are doing right now, whether you are aware of it or not. The reality that you are currently experiencing is largely created by both the thoughts and beliefs that you hold, and the choices and decisions that you have made. The decisions that you make in the present are what will shape your reality in the future
Accepting this may be a bit difficult to do if you are less than thrilled with the current circumstances of your life. Many people find it easier to blame other people, life, fate, or anything else they can think of, rather than facing the fact that they are creating their own reality. However, this is a trap, because it is extremely dis empowering else is responsible for creating your current unhappy circumstances, then you are basically stuck with these circumstances until that person or force decides to change things for you. However, if you are willing to recognize that, in each moment you are creating your own reality - imperfect as it may be right now, you can begin accepting your own power to create a future reality that is more closely aligned with your ideals
If someone/something else is responsible for creating your current unhappy circumstances, then you are basically stuck with these circumstances until that person or force decides to change things for you. However, if you are willing to recognize that, in each moment you are creating your own reality - imperfect as it may be right now, you can begin accepting your own power to create a future reality that is more closely aligned with your ideals.
Whatever you believe with feeling becomes your reality.” In other words, if you truly believe that you can live a happy, powerful and loving life, there is nothing that can stop this becoming your experience of reality. If you do not have a heartfelt belief that you are able to live the life you desire, chances are very high that you are not experiencing that ideal reality
If you want to change your reality, change your beliefs. This can be done through the use of affirmations, life coaching, and various other tools and techniques. The main thing is to realize that you are creating your reality with the beliefs you hold. If you are not prepared to do what it takes to change those beliefs, your experience of reality is also unlikely to change
Everything you can imagine is real. “ If we heed these words, we can begin to see how we create our own happiness, or misery, with the imaginings that we allow to fill our minds. Are you allowing your reality to be shaped by imagined wonders, or imagined misfortunes?
Your goals, minus your doubts, equal your reality.
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19. THERE IS ALWAYS A GOOD SIDE!
12/3/2019

THERE IS ALWAYS A GOOD SIDE!
Be an optimist and try to see the opportunity in every misfortune, not a pessimist that sees misfortune in every opportunity. The optimist sees the doughnut, the pessimist sees the hole.
You can develop success from every failure. Discouragement and failure are two stepping stones to success. No other elements can do so much for you if you're willing to study them and make them work for you.View every problem as an opportunity. When it is dark enough, you can see the stars.
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20. Trust Yourself
12/3/2019

There is no secret formula to success
Just trust yourself
Even if no one else does
And remember...
Originality is rare
Dare to be different
Embrace your values
And never lower
Your standards for anyone
Be ambitious
Follow your dreams
But take your brain with you
Never forget...
Right is right and wrong is wrong
Be a light in the darkness
Give hope to the hopeless
Be an epitome of kindness
That's what I call true success
It's not about money or power
It's all about making a difference
Touching hearts and changing lives
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21. Unique Habits of Ridiculously Likeable people
12/8/2019

Unique Habits of Ridiculously Likeable people

Too many people succumb to the mistaken belief that being likeable comes from natural, unteachable traits that belong only to a lucky few—the good looking, the fiercely social, and the incredibly talented. It’s easy to fall prey to this misconception.

When I speak to smaller audiences, I often ask them to describe the most likeable people they have ever worked with. People inevitably ignore innate characteristics (intelligence, extraversion, attractiveness, and so on) and instead focus on qualities that are completely under people's control, such as approachability, humility, and positivity.

These qualities, and others like them, describe people who are skilled in emotional intelligence (EQ). TalentSmart research data from more than a million people shows that people who possess these skills aren’t just highly likeable, they outperform those who don’t by a large margin. Ninety percent of top performers have high EQs, people with high EQs make $29,000 more annually than people with low EQs, and a single-point increase in your EQ adds $1,300 to your salary. I could go on and on.

Being likeable is under your control, and it’s a matter of emotional intelligence. Unlike innate, fixed characteristics, such as your intelligence (IQ), EQ is a flexible skill that you can improve with effort.

To help you improve your EQ, I did some digging to uncover the key behaviors that emotionally intelligent people engage in that make them so likeable.

They are genuine. Being genuine and honest is essential to being likeable. No one likes a fake. People gravitate toward those who are genuine because they know they can trust them. It is difficult to like someone when you don’t know who they really are and how they really feel.

Likeable people know who they are. They are confident enough to be comfortable in their own skin. By concentrating on what drives you and makes you happy as an individual, you become a much more interesting person than if you attempt to win people over by making choices that you think will make them like you.

They ask thoughtful questions. The biggest mistake people make when it comes to listening is they’re so focused on what they’re going to say next or how what the other person is saying is going to affect them that they fail to hear what’s being said. The words come through loud and clear, but the meaning is lost. A simple way to avoid this is to ask a lot of questions. People like to know you’re listening, and something as simple as a clarification question shows that not only are you listening, you also care about what they’re saying. You’ll be surprised how much respect and appreciation you gain just by asking questions.

They don't pass judgment. If you want to be likeable you must be open-minded. Being open-minded makes you approachable and interesting to others. No one wants to have a conversation with someone who has already formed an opinion and is not willing to listen.

Having an open mind is crucial in the workplace where approachability means access to new ideas and help. To eliminate preconceived notions and judgment, you need to see the world through other people’s eyes. This doesn’t require you believe what they believe or condone their behavior, it simply means you quit passing judgment long enough to truly understand what makes them tick. Only then can you let them be who they are.

They don't seek attention. People are averse to those who are desperate for attention. You don’t need to develop a big, extroverted personality to be likeable. Simply being friendly and considerate is all you need to win people over. When you speak in a friendly, confident, and concise manner, you will notice that people are much more attentive and persuadable than if you try to show them you’re important. People catch on to your attitude quickly and are more attracted to the right attitude than what—or how many people—you know.

When you’re being given attention, such as when you’re being recognized for an accomplishment, shift the focus to all the people who worked hard to help you get there. This may sound cliché, but if it’s genuine, the fact that you pay attention to others and appreciate their help will show that you’re appreciative and humble—two adjectives that are closely tied to likeability.

They are consistent. Few things make you more unlikeable than when you’re all over the place. When people approach you, they like to know whom they’re dealing with and what sort of response they can expect. To be consistent you must be reliable, and you must ensure that even when your mood goes up and down it doesn’t affect how you treat other people.

They use positive body language. Becoming cognizant of your gestures, expressions, and tone of voice (and making certain they’re positive) will draw people to you like ants to a picnic. Using an enthusiastic tone, uncrossing your arms, maintaining eye contact, and leaning towards the person who’s speaking are all forms of positive body language that high-EQ people use to draw others in. Positive body language can make all the difference in a conversation.

It’s true that how you say something can be more important than what you say.

They leave a strong first impression. Research shows most people decide whether or not they like you within the first seven seconds of meeting you. They then spend the rest of the conversation internally justifying their initial reaction. This may sound terrifying, but by knowing this you can take advantage of it to make huge gains in your likeability. First impressions are tied intimately to positive body language. Strong posture, a firm handshake, smiling, and opening your shoulders to the person you are talking to will help ensure that your first impression is a good one.

They greet people by name. Your name is an essential part of your identity, and it feels terrific when people use it. Likeable people make certain they use others’ names every time they see them. You shouldn’t use someone’s name only when you greet him. Research shows that people feel validated when the person they’re speaking with refers to them by name during a conversation.

If you’re great with faces but have trouble with names, have some fun with it and make remembering people’s names a brain exercise. When you meet someone, don’t be afraid to ask her name a second time if you forget it right after you hear it. You’ll need to keep her name handy if you’re going to remember it the next time you see her.

They smile. People naturally (and unconsciously) mirror the body language of the person they’re talking to. If you want people to like you, smile at them during a conversation and they will unconsciously return the favor and feel good as a result.

They know who to touch (and they touch them). When you touch someone during a conversation, you release oxytocin in their brain, a neurotransmitter that makes their brain associate you with trust and a slew of other positive feelings. A simple touch on the shoulder, a hug, or a friendly handshake is all it takes to release oxytocin. Of course, you have to touch the right person in the right way to release oxytocin, as unwanted or inappropriate touching has the opposite effect. Just remember, relationships are built not just from words, but also from general feelings about each other. Touching someone appropriately is a great way to show you care.

They balance passion and fun. People gravitate toward those who are passionate. That said, it’s easy for passionate people to come across as too serious or uninterested because they tend to get absorbed in their work. Likeable people balance their passion with the ability to have fun. At work they are serious, yet friendly. They still get things done because they are socially effective in short amounts of time and they capitalize on valuable social moments. They minimize small talk and gossip and instead focus on having meaningful interactions with their coworkers. They remember what you said to them yesterday or last week, which shows that you’re just as important to them as their work.

Bringing It All Together

Likeable people are invaluable and unique. They network with ease, promote harmony in the workplace, bring out the best in everyone around them, and generally seem to have the most fun. Add these skills to your repertoire and watch your likeability soar!
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22. Stand Beside Me Help me help the world. Our people of this world need our love and compassion right now. Ignoring them and the problems that exist will not change anything. Do not walk in front of me because I may not follow you, Do not follow me because I may not know where to lead us to, But stand beside me as my brothers and sisters against calamity so we might fight together for a common good for our peoples of earth
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23. Your Plan Nobody ever wrote down a plan to be broke, fat, lazy, or stupid. Those things are what happen when you don’t have a plan.
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25. Be Strong Seriously, be strong and know when enough is enough. Take your stand, speak up and refuse to let others hurt you. Throughout your lifetime some people will discredit you, disrespect you and treat you poorly for no apparent reason at all. Don’t consume yourself with trying to change them or win their approval. And don’t make any space in your heart to hate them. You don’t have control over what others think about you, but you do have control over how you decide to internalize their opinions. Leave them to their own judgments. Let people love you for who you are, and not for who they want you to be.
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26. Smile

DONT GET MAD..DONT GET EVEN..WALK AWAY AND SMILE..YOU ARE WORTH 10 OF THEM
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Don’t cry because it’s over. Smile because it happened.
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27. Bully If you turn and face the other way when someone is being bullied, you might as well be the bully too.
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28. Generosity Generosity does not always come from people who have plenty. Sometimes the ones with nothing give much more.
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29. You are Strong You are strong, you are beautiful, you are smart, you are able. Never let anyone tell you what you are not.
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30. Helping Others By CEO Buck Rogers 1/13/2020 It doesn’t matter who you are how much money you have or what your title may be. Helping others humbles you, makes you understand the reason for your very existence, why you were saved from events that could have tragically ended your life. The moment you help someone in need there will be a spark of an energy in your heart and mind that makes you feel as if you are walking on the clouds. YOU must EXPERIENCE it to know the feeling and when you do I hope you treasure it and keep on doing it because here is no greater joy in life than helping another human being in need.
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31. Impossible

If they say it's impossible, remember...

They're saying it's impossible FOR THEM, not for YOU.
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Impossible, two letters too long.
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32. Joy

The ability to have fun does not have to relate to a time, place, action, or thing. It is merely your ability to find joy in the simplest things.
I believe so many people are angry now days about their personal situation. We all need to look at what we have and be thankfull for it. That is where happiness begins because you realize your life is not as bad as someone else who does not have what you do.
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Talking about our problems is our greatest addiction. Break the habit.
Talk about your joys.
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33. Time

Time is more valuable than money, you can get more money, but you can't get more time
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34. Nothing Lasts Forever

Nothing lasts forever I'm a big believer That life has its reasons Just like seasons Life changes Face challenges Always remember Age is just a number Character is power Mind is like a flower Nourish it daily To flourish fastly Fall in love with your life And deal with strife
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35. Good and Bad

Life is a Mixture of both Good and Bad, it depends on how we take it and how we give it back... There's "hell" in hello, "good" in goodbye, "lie" in believe, "over" in lover, "end" in friend, "ex" in "next", & "if" in life... Life is Beautiful..
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36. Good Relations

Sacrifice Is Greater Than Love,
Character Is Greater Than Beauty,
Humanity Is Greater Than Wealth…!
But
Nothing Is Greater Than Good Relations,
And Good Relations Don’t Necessarily Mean Finding Similarities…
Its Just About Respecting Differences...
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37. Investigators Know

As ALL investigators know, "We are only as strong as our weakest link." Continuity is achieved through movement, not by keeping still, or quiet. True endurance is not based on rigidity, endurance implies movement, not immobilization. Stay active and know your weak spots. Endurance is fostered by inner constancy and external flexibility. Long-distance runners must adapt readily to changing conditions, with an inner determination and strength of purpose! ADAPT and ENDURE!
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38. Risks

Take risks in your life.. if you win you can lead, if you lose you can guide
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The biggest risk is not taking any risk. Life is a series of calculated risks – nothing more. Don’t wait to get it “perfect”, just start now.
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39. Warrior

We must not be defined by what we do, but we must be what and who we are~~~then only happen to do what we do. The warrior only fights when there is no other choice, not for pride or to prove a point. Being a warrior is something that comes from inside you, something that originates in your spirit. It has very little to do with what you do for a living, whether or not one has great fighting skills, or whether or not they know their weapons. Of course developing good fighting skills and knowing how to use weapons are a major plus but that is not what makes a true warrior.
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Do not be desirous of having things done quickly. Do not look at small advantages. Desire to have things done quickly prevents their being done thoroughly. Looking at small advantages prevents great affairs from being accomplished.
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41. Hope

The very Least you can do in your life is figure out What you Hope for; And the Most you can do is Live Inside that Hope; Not admire it from a distance, But Live Right in it, Under Its Roof.
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Hope is the only thing stronger than fear.
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To every broken heart
Where there's life there's hope
To every beaten soul
Where there's faith There's peace
Life is a mixture of sunshine and rain Laughter and tears Joy and pain
Emotions are always there.
Life is like a chess game To win you have to make a move Every move
must have a purpose Dare to take risks despite your fear Dare to fail,
fail to learn And learn to win You know, my dear My life isn't a
pearl That always shines I don't expect it to be easy I refuse to be
a victim.
I don't wait for life to bring me flowers everyday .
I create my own garden And decorate my life
I don't let my mind play tricks on me
Some days are storms Some days are diamonds
Are there diamonds without storms? Absolutely not! God is my strength
Hope is my anchor Courage is my bodyguard My tears are my prayers My
philosophy in life
After night comes day After death comes life
Autumn is the best proof
Never let despair get to your heart
Always let hope hold your hand Through every stage of life
Trust me dear, it's not the end Everything will be fine Please smile
And don't lose your fire
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42. Positivity

Really it's not about being mad in life, but it is about creating a positive and successful lifestyle. Understanding the 7 protocols which are; failure is the start of something great, we need to go after what we want, always do as much as we can, help others, ask questions, let go of the past, initiate what we want to do in life and stop comparing ourselves to others....we are all individuals. Cheers to embracing the greatness of what life provides for us!
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43. Dreams

Warmest wishes for a beautiful new day ahead! Always remember that every new day is another chance to change your life! Go confidently in the direction of your dreams and make things happen!!! ;)
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44. Keep Going Forward

Today remember to keep walking forward. Today if anything is trying to hold you back, give no attention to it. Get your hopes up, get your faith up, look up, and get ready to rise up. You will be met with many obstacles in life, but always know you are capable of great things.
Keep going on your path.Embrace who you are and your divine purpose.
Identify the barriers in your life, and develop discipline, courage and the strength to permanently move beyond them. Don’t spend your life wondering «what if» and worrying over something you have no control.
What’s done is done. Even small positive shifts in thinking, create huge results if you are consistent in your efforts.When the vision is clear, the results will appear. Keep your mindset positive as you work your plan, flourish, and always remember why you started. Looking backwards will cause you to miss out on new blessings ahead. Move on.
It’s up to you to keep on walking. Don’t stop believing,
Don’t be afraid of change,
Don’t underestimate yourself,
Don’t make excuses,
Don’t cheat yourself
Don’t ever ever STOP!
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45. Friends are Precious

Friends are Precious~ Without friends no one would choose to live, though he had all other goods. When you’re finished contemplating the expanse of the universe, and how you fit within the context of providence, it then becomes necessary for you to remember that without family and friends, neither the wealth of a king, nor the wisdom of a thousand men would satisfy. Let these words serve as a reminder to appreciate the real riches of life..Rich men need friends most of all because being rich has no value unless have people to share it with. Not only that, but friendship can reduce risk. Should you fall on bad times you can seek refuge with your friends. That leads to poor men who can benefit from their friends in time of poverty and misfortune. Young men can benefit from friendships as sources of learning or mentorship (to “keep them from error”). Old people benefit from friends when their health fails. More importantly than all these fact, however, is that friendship stimulates you to noble actions. Joining with friends you are more able to think and act.

There is something special in the feeling of friendship that makes you want to act. You get a sense of joy from helping your friends even when it’s not a typically joyful task. Friendships improve our lives because they make us better people. In striving to serve our friends we improve ourselves.
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46. Comfort

Let your words be comforting, for people have wounds you cannot see
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47. S.I.N.G.L.E

S.I.N.G.L.E = (S)trong, (I)ndependent, (N)oticeable, (G)enerous, (L)oving , (E)nlightened
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49. Humanity

What makes people say you inspire them? It's never the outside package. Time is so short and there is little room for insincere connections in your day. Family, blood and mission, are paramount. In the richest kingdoms, the kings still eat and sleep. Humanity is not showing its better side lately. I've seen things I can't unsee. I've had conversations I can't forget. Give someone all the riches in the world and when they lose someone they love they hold no value. Rethink your humanity. Your essence. Your soul. Help someone tomorrow you would not normally have crossed paths with. Put down the latte and the smartphone and engage your humanity.
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50. Life at Age 90

Imagine yourself 90 years old. On a porch in a rocking chair. Looking back on your life. You got that image? Good! Now let me tell you, studies show that the biggest regret from elderly people on their death bed is not what they did.... It’s what they didn’t do. The risks they never took. How sad would it be to get to the end of your life and realize you never truly lived. This is YOUR life. Nobody else’s. No matter how much society, your parents, your friends want you to live, the way they want you to live. YOU run the show. When you shut your eyes and go to sleep at night the entire world ceases to exist. And when you wake up it’s born again. This is your life! You’re in control. You gotta do what feels right in your heart.

**Don’t let anyone stop you from living your life! If your not happy, move on! Don’t let life pass you by! Life’s to short!**
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51. Reading Your Eyes

TRUE RELATION IS Never hide your secrets from a person who can read your Eyes... Because the one who reads your Eyes is always expert in reading your Heart.
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52. We Are All Human

No color, no religion, no nationality should come between us,..WE ARE ALL HUMAN
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53. Change

And that is how change happens. One gesture. One person. One moment at a time.
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We all know change is constant. It’s not a matter of wondering if things will change as much as when. Nothing in life stands still. If you hate change you might describe it as an assault. If you love it, you might see it as unexpected opportunity. Both viewpoints share one common truth: change, in and of itself, is not sufficient to produce growth.

Here are, according to me, the required ingredients to turn turmoil into opportunity

Be CURIOUS. You don’t have to be in love with what’s happening to come up with great questions. If emotions are getting in the way you might try to view the situation as a journalist. What would he or she need to know in order to formulate an interesting and fact-filled story?

Be HONEST. Being open and curious during times of change doesn’t mean you can’t say you hate what’s happening. When things suck, it’s ok to say so. The important thing is to understand what you are feeling and why.
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What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal.

Let no one ever come to you without leaving better and happier You must be the change you wish to see in the world
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54. Your Story

Every scar has a story. Don't be afraid to tell it.
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55. Winners

Winners are not people who never fail
Winners are people who always try
To be better every day

Failure is not the end
It's a state of mind
Don't let it make you blind
Life is a continuous battle
You are a king without a castle
Fight and don't be fragile

Winners are not born
They are stubborn
To learn from the storm

Win or lose
Only you can choose
Courage or excuse
Be strong, be you
Don't wait for someone to come out of the blue Never forget, the real
battle is within you
Smile on through the rain
Smile on through the pain
Try again and again
Beat the devil, conquer fear
Never quit, always cheer
Life is a big deal
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56. Persistence

Dripping water hollows out stone, not through force but through persistence.
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57. I Alone

I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples
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58. Always Say How You Feel

ALWAYS TELL SOMEONE HOW YOU FEEL BECAUSE OPPORTUNITIES ARE LOST IN THE BLINK OF AN EYE BUT REGRETS CAN LAST A LIFETIME, NEVER REGRET ANYTHING IN YOUR LIFE IT CANNOT BE CHANGED,UNDONE OR FORGOTTEN SO TAKE IT AS A LESSON LEARNED AND MOVE ON. DON'T EVEN REGRET KNOWING SOMEONE IN YOUR LIFE,GOOD PEOPLE WILL GIVE YOU HAPPINESS, BAD PEOPLE WILL GIVE YOU EXPERIENCE,WHILE THE WORST PEOPLE PEOPLE WILL GIVE YOU A LESSON AND THE BEST PEOPLE,WILL ALWAYS GIVE YOU A LESSON AND THE BEST PEOPLE WILL ALWAYS GIVE YOU MEMORIES.

YOU HAVE TO TAKE THE GOOD WITH THE BAD,SMILE WITH THE SAD,LOVE WHAT YOU'VE GOT REMEMBER WHAT YOU HAD ,ALWAYS FORGIVE BUT REMEMBER, IF YOU REMEMBER A REGRET IS NOT WHEN YOU COULD NOT FINISH WHAT YOU STARTED, BUT A REGRET IS WHEN YOU DO NOT START WHAT YOU COULD HAVE FINISHED. WHEN YOUR ACTIONS ARE BASED ON GOOD INTENTIONS OUR MINDS HAVE NO REGRETS.

REMIND YOURSELF THAT IT'S OK NOT TO BE PERFECT, A PESSIMIST SEES THE PROBLEMS IN EVERY OPPORTUNITY, AN OPTIMIST SEE THE OPPORTUNITY IN EVERY PROBLEM. REMEMBER THAT YESTERDAY IS THE PAST, TOMORROW'S THE FUTURE BUT TODAY IS A GIFT THAT'S WHY WE CALL IT THE PRESENT.

THE WORST REGRET WE HAVE IN LIFE ,IS NOT FOR THE WRONG WE DID, BUT FOR THE THOUSANDS OF RIGHT THINGS, WE DID ,FOR THE WRONG PEOPLE.! LIFE IS TO SHORT TO WAKE UP WITH REGRETS. BE KIND TO THE PEOPLE WHO TREAT YOU RIGHT AND FORGET THE ONES WHO DON'T. BELIEVE THAT EVERYTHING HAPPENS FOR A REASON. IF YOU GET A CHANCE TAKE IT IF IT CHANGES YOUR LIFE LET IT. NOBODY SAID LIFE WOULD BE EASY THEY JUST PROMISED IT WOULD BE WORTH IT. IN THE END WE ONLY REGRET THE CHANCES WE DIDN'T TAKE.

I WISH FOR YOU COMFORT ON DIFFICULT DAYS. SMILES WHEN SADNESS INTRUDES. LAUGHTER TO FEEL YOUR LIPS,AND SUNSETS TO WARM YOUR HEARTS. FRIENDSHIPS TO BRIGHTEN YOUR DAYS, CONFIDENCE FOR WHEN YOU DOUBT YOURSELF, COURAGE TO KNOW YOURSELF. LET YOUR PAST MAKE YOU BETTER NOT BITTER. NEVER ALLOW YOURSELF TO BE DEFINED BY SOMEONE'S OPINION OF YOU!, THE ONE'S WHO SAY YOU WON'T ARE PROBABLY THE ONE'S WHO ARE SCARED THAT YOU WILL!!!!!!!!!!

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EVERY GREAT DREAM BEGINS WITH A GREAT DREAMER, ALWAYS REMEMBER YOU HAVE IT IN YOU, THE STRENGTH AND THE WILL TO REACH FOR THE STARS AND CHANGE THE WORLD.
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59. Team

One man can be a crucial ingredient on a team, but one man cannot make a team
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60. Gratitude

Life should be lived with a little more of gratitude instead of so much attitude...
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61. Effort

If someone seriously wants to be part of your life, they will seriously make an effort to be in it.
No Reasons.
No Excuses.
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62. Integrity and Honesty

Integrity is when your actions match your words. Honesty is when your words match your actions.
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63. Pioneer of the Future

Every time you are tempted to react in the same old way, ask if you want to be a prisoner of the past or a pioneer of the future
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64. Enthusiasm

“Life’s blows cannot break a person whose spirit is warmed by the fire of enthusiasm.

Believe in yourself....When I first started exploring new opportunities to find the right direction in my life, I found myself overwhelmed by the competition. There were so many others just like me trying and doing what I was doing. And turning to my friends didn’t offer any respite, because instead of encouraging me to try new avenues, some of them brought me back to where I began. “Why don’t you be more pragmatic?

Feeding me with seeds of self-doubt, it took me some time to recover my momentum. And it was in the positive voices of so many others in blogs such as this, videos, and social media that I found encouragement to keep at it. It felt like they were talking about me. found the light inside of me to bring forward the resiliency that lay dormant. No longer suppressed by someone else’s ideas of the way things “ought to be,” I continued on my newly discovered path. The more I focused on my own voice and the voices of encouraging friends, the more I grew to believe in myself.

Although for some, finding the right direction might require the journey of a lifetime, I do believe that there is one direction that we are all meant to go: forward.

By taking small steps each and every day, putting aside over-thinking, and realizing that you have everything you need deep within, you can find the right direction in your life. And while it may not be the direction you expected, it will work out just fine.
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65. Journey

Your journey is not the same as mine, and my journey, is not yours. But if you meet me on a certain path, may we encourage each other!
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66. Meant for You

That which is meant for you will be for you. That which is not is as an ocean in the desert that evaporates into the Heavens and becomes the mist of the mountains high.
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67. Love

The difference between like, love and in love, is the same as the difference between for now, for a while and forever.
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68. Be Giving

Don’t be so stingy. No one is so poor that he/she cannot give anything. We can give our time, a smile, words of encouragement, experience, advise etc.

Some people use the phrase, "you can't give what you don't have" as an excuse to justify their not giving. But our problem has never been that we don't have what to give. Our problem is that we don't have love.

Love always finds a way. Love seeks to do what is right.

So my question to you is: even if you don't have, are you seeking?

Are you seeking other ways you can be a blessing to people?

Don't be so stingy that the only thing you give is excuses. And If you need, seek.

In summary, Be giving! Give advise, give love and give any other material or immaterial things.

This idea of giving can only be more perfected if you allow yourself to remain a team member.

Accept to participate in groups; where people share ideas.
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69. Fifteen Ways to Be Happier

Been feeling down in the dumps lately? Sometimes when we’re unhappy, we get overwhelmed by the thought of everything we need to do in order to actually turn our lives around. At times like these, there is a better approach—a simpler one, an easier one.

Sometimes before you can make big changes to your life, you need to make small, simple changes that help lift up your spirits and refresh your perspective. Here are 15 simple things you can do to be happier today!

1. Exercise!
You don’t need to do a lot of exercise to brighten your mood—even just a few minutes a day can make a huge difference. When you work out, your body releases endorphins. Endorphins are natural painkillers and create a sense of euphoria. Even just taking a short walk each day can reduce stress, depression, and anxiety.
As a bonus, if you lose a few unwanted pounds along the way, you can look in the mirror and feel better about your self-image.

2. Get some sleep.
Seriously, how much sleep are you getting? With our hectic 9-5 lives, many of us settle for 5-6 hours or even fewer. After a while, that takes a huge toll on physical and psychological health. Force yourself to get 7-9 hours of solid zzzzz’s! You’ll notice a real boost to your clarity and mood.

3. Stop reading the news for a week.
Do tragic headlines about war, disease, and famine get you down? Do yourself a real favour and stop reading the news for a week. Exposing yourself daily to horrors you can do nothing about does nothing to empower you. Instead, focus on your own life and things you can change.

4. Count your blessings.
Sit down and write a list of things you’re thankful for. If it’s tough, just decide on a set amount. Pick 3, or maybe 5. Then think back to times in your life when you didn’t have those things. No matter what threats you’re facing now, at least you have those precious things you are grateful for.

5. Perform a random act of kindness.
Leave a 30% tip at the restaurant. Hand a homeless person $20. Send money to a stranger online who needs it. Smile and compliment someone who looks down. Not only will you feel great about making someone else happy, but this will remind you that sometimes someone does lend a hand—and maybe someone will be there to help you when you need it too.

6. Acknowledge your personal journey.
When you are having a hard time seeing how you’re going to achieve your next goal, just look back at how far you have come. Even if you’ve struggled, odds are you have persevered and accomplished things you never knew you would.
Don’t compare your accomplishments with other peoples’. Just acknowledge how great they were in comparison to the obstacles you overcame. If you did it before, you can do it again.

7. Take an afternoon to do something “unimportant.”
If you are constantly working on your to-do list, you are constantly under pressure.
Take an afternoon to do something you consider genuinely unimportant by any practical standards. Read that book you’ve been neglecting, watch that movie you haven’t seen in years, take a walk to enjoy the air instead of the exercise, or do something else simple and relaxing you’ve been neglecting.

8. Love and forgive your inner child.
Most of us carry around traumas from our younger years, especially childhood. If an adult in your life spent time blaming you instead of forgiving you, or invalidating you instead of encouraging you, forgive yourself in their stead. It is all right to love yourself—in fact, you have to love yourself to heal.
Take care of your inner child, and give yourself the permission to live out childhood dreams in any way you can. It’s never too late, no matter how much you’ve changed.

9. Allow yourself to fail and succeed.
It’s okay to make mistakes, and it’s okay now and again to not achieve your goals. The world doesn’t revolve around you, and you don’t control everything that happens in your life. Accept and forgive those failures you could not prevent. Likewise, celebrate your victories when they come, even if they seem small to you now.

10. Forgive someone who wronged you.
Forgiving someone does not mean saying they were right and you were wrong, or allowing them to continue being a part of your life if they are toxic. It doesn’t mean forgetting what they did either. What it does mean is that you are allowing yourself to release the burden of your pain and anger so you can move on with your life. It’s liberation for you and closure for them.

11. Remember the voices in your head aren’t all speaking the truth.
Each of us has plenty of voices in our heads telling us what to do each day, and what is true and what is not. Parents, spouses, siblings, friends, colleagues, religious figures, enemies, society at large—they’re all there. Sometimes they mean us well and sometimes they don’t.
Remember that even if you can’t shut them out, it doesn’t mean you have to believe them every time—or do whatever they say. Start honoring the voices that guide you toward happiness, and learn to ignore the ones that don’t.

12. Go outside.
Nature is beautiful! Take a breath of fresh air, and open up those shuttered windows in your mind. Let the dust drift off the rafters. Go outside for a walk or even just to sit and relax and listen to the birds. The tranquillity of nature reminds us there is a world outside our problems.

13. Remember to laugh.
Laughter releases endorphins just like exercise, so it’s a great mood booster. Even when you’re down it can work great—that’s probably why we sometimes laugh as a self-defense mechanism even when we’re scared by something.
Watch a silly comedy, or hang out with a friend who brings out your goofy side. Learn to let go. When we laugh at a problem, we are telling that problem that it is finite, and that it isn’t as huge or terrifying or insurmountable as it feels.

14. Call a friend.
Even if you’re an introvert and you need time alone to recharge, too much isolation is bad for you. Even if you don’t feel like talking to anyone, you could be surprised. That sense of closeness and camaraderie may be just what you need, and you never know what new perspective someone else can bring.

15. Do something you love.
All of us have responsibilities we don’t necessarily enjoy. Maybe you don’t like your job, or you have other obligations you aren’t crazy about. Don’t let any of it stop you from doing what you are truly passionate about. Even if you can’t do it full-time, even if people think you’re strange, even if no one understands—do it anyway in any way that you can.

Always remember that you decide the meaning, purpose and value of your own life, and no one else’s meaning or happiness can ever replace your own. So be true to yourself. You’re worth it.
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70. You Were the Book

For you I was the chapter..for me you were the book
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71. Ten Letter Word

The most selfish 1 letter word - I - avoid it.

The most satisfying 2 letter word - We - use it.

The most poisonous 3 letter word - Ego - kill it.

The most used 4 letter word - Love - value it.

The most pleasing 5 letter word - Smile - keep it.

The fastest spreading 6 letter word - Rumour - ignore it.

The hardest working 7 letter word - Success - achieve it.

The most enviable 8 letter word - Jealousy - distance it.

The most powerful 9 letter word - Knowledge - acquire it.

The most essential 10 letter word - Confidence - trust it.
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72. Perfection

I dare say none of us is perfect. We may inspire to be perfect, but perfection does elude us as perfection is simply a moving target we strive for. The key to getting close to perfection is how we see ourselves, how we deal with what life presents us, how we treat others and our overall outlook on life. Embrace all of our perfections and imperfections, it will make us very happy people. Cheers to us being who we are, imperfect!
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73. Life is About

Life is not about finding the right person, but creating the right relationship, it's not how we care in the beginning, but how much we care till the very end.
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74. Ask

"If you don't go after what you want, you'll never get it. If you don't ask, the answer is always no. If you never step forward, you're always in the same place."
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75. First Step

TAKE THE FIRST STEP. WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?
Success can be achieved by simply taking the first step.
What does that mean?
Make that phone call.
Send that email.
Get that gym membership.
Write that resume.
Forgive that person.
Forgive yourself.
Write that book.
Create what you want.
Leave that unhealthy relationship.
Speak out.
Do something positive.
What does it mean for YOU?
It is time.
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76. Worrying

Worrying does not take away tomorrow's troubles, it takes away today's peace.
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77. Gratefulness

In daily life we must see that it is not happiness that makes us grateful, but gratefulness that makes us happy.
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78. Do the Work

There are two kinds of people, those that do the work and those that take the credit. Try to be in the first group, there is less competition there....:-)
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You know the days when you just don’t want to work?
This is one of those days.
But I’m writing this, aren’t I?
Why?
To prove that yes, you can overcome writer’s block. And to prove that you can motivate yourself to work no matter what your deceptive brain says— even if it’s Sunday and all you want to do is go out (or watch Netflix).

Honestly though, I don’t always possess the mental fortitude to convince myself to work. Hence, am writing this article to find the solution to this problem.
Just imagine the possibilities. You can work effortlessly without nagging yourself to start. How much stress (and guilt) can we remove from our daily lives, if we did what we’re supposed to do?? If that were the case, we’d all be happy and productive people.
So, without further ado…

How to Get things Done (Even When You Don’t Feel Like It)

1. Getting Started When You Don’t Feel Like Doing Whatever You’re
Supposed to be Doing
Nike has solved this for us ages ago: Just Do It. In times like this, just ignore your feelings and do the work, be it exercising, writing your novel, or waking up early.
People think they need to feel motivated before they act, but the truth is motivation comes from doing. For instance, once you do 1 push-up, you’ll feel motivated to do more.

2. You’re Not Working Because You’re Overwhelmed… And Afraid Of Failing
This is common when you’re doing something new, exciting and big. The tendency to feel overwhelmed is high when so much hinges on your success.
There’s an easy way to snap out of this overwhelming feeling: don’t get hung up on the results!2 You don’t know what’s going to happen anyway. I suggest that it’s better to focus your time and effort on things you can control, those within your circle of influence, instead of things you can’t affect.
For your work, your circle of influence is limited to your hard work and attention to details. The results, whether your boss likes what you do or not, is out of your control so don’t dwell on it.

3. The Task Is Boring, Repetitive, Tedious, Or You Just Don’t Enjoy
Doing It At All
Your brain is wired to avoid pain and seek rewards at all costs, so you can’t convince yourself to do things by thinking, “Next time, I’ll wake up early so I’ll have time to do X.” If you actually had the willpower to do it, you wouldn’t wait ‘til tomorrow in the first place!
In my case, I always put off washing the dishes. If there are no more spoons, I’d use chopsticks. No more plates? I’ll use paper plates.
See, my brain is an expert in convincing me to delay these chores. Your problem task might be different but your brain works the same way in helping you find creative loopholes and lopsided rationalizations.
It’s easier to build a habit if you reward yourself for doing it. So I use a modified if-then plan with a reward to get these pesky tasks done.
Here’s my if-then plan for dishwashing:
If it’s Monday 11PM, I’ll wash the dishes and pans I used to cook the previous night then I’ll reward myself by watching 1 episode of a famous tv series
This method works because the decision has already been made in advance.
So when the time comes to do it, there’s no deliberation or second guessing. It also minimizes the demands on your limited willpower. But if that doesn’t work…

4. Do It With Friends
Remember your study groups back in college? You probably didn’t want to study for that calculus test, but hanging out with your friends made it a tad less miserable. It’s the same reason why gym buddies and diet groups work.
Whatever you’re trying to do, see if there’s a way you can do it with friends. If you’re working on a tough presentation due tomorrow, see if you can find colleagues planning on doing OT as well. So while you might be working on different things, at least you’re not alone in the office and you’ll have someone to commiserate with during coffee breaks.

5. If Step 1-4 Doesn’t Work
Put on a show. Public bets, or the prospect of getting humiliated in front of your friends is a powerful motivator. Just look at Ramit Sethi, who kept his goal and built some serious muscle thanks to a bet he made with his friends.
Make a commitment, come up with a consequence for failure, and then tag your friends on Facebook. Let’s see if you have the guts to slack off after that.

6. Stop Waiting Until You Have “Enough” Information
This is just a delaying tactic! How many times have said, “I know it’s time to start X, but I don’t have enough research yet,” even if you already have tons of information on hand?
Honestly, it’s impossible to collect every single bit of information on any subject. And chances are you have enough to get started—not everything, but enough to start and just correct-course along the way.
If you’re still hesitant to start, remember that Sir Richard Branson didn’t know about aviation when he built Virgin Airlines.

7. Take The First Step
You’re procrastinating for no reason. We all have those days, right?
In this scenario, you can convince yourself to work if you do the first and tiniest step that will move you in the right direction.
If you have to work on a project, just open the document and type one sentence. Then give yourself permission to take a break. Seriously!
Congratulating yourself for starting will encourage you to keep going, and minimize that guilt you feel. Besides, the first step is always the hardest, so making it easy to overcome that hurdle will make the succeeding steps much easier.

8. Bribe Yourself
Money talks, people! A 2009 study by behavioral economist Dr. Gary Charness found that you can double a person’s gym attendance by paying them $100.
Don’t have $100 to spare? Try Pact, an app that pools money from other users, and then pays (or penalizes) based on their progress. Cheating doesn’t work by the way, because the app uses GPS and pictures to verify your activity.
For work related projects, you can use 21Habit, where you pledge $21 for a 21-day commitment challenge. Every successful day earns you $1 back, while every unproductive day forfeits $1 to one of their chosen charities. This app is perfect for random tasks and critical projects you keep putting off, like starting your own blog, reaching out to a potential mentor, or automating your finances.
Lastly, don’t beat yourself up if you really can’t force yourself to work. It won’t help because the guilt you’re inflicting on yourself just adds up to your mental image of being a non-performer.
Just breathe and try these suggestions one by one, until you get the ball rolling. Don’t pay much attention to your progress. The main thing is you are trying
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79.

👉🏿❤️I PROMISE Whoever is reading this, I understand how rough things are right now around the world. I just want to let you know that things will get better, I promise. Keep holding on just a little bit longer. I know you feel like nobody really cares. You're wrong, stop denying it. I care, otherwise I wouldn't be writing this. You're not alone, we may be miles away but we're all going through the same things.
Please keep holding on ...
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80. Target

You cannot hit a target you cannot see. You cannot see a target you do not have.
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81. Work for a Cause

Work for a cause, not for applause. Live your life to express, not to impress.
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82. Forgiveness

Forgiveness
By Buck Rogers

May all beings have forgiveness in their hearts!
May I have forgiveness in my heart for anything I think I've done wrong.
May I forgive myself for what I think were all my past omissions and commissions. They are long gone. I understand that I was a different person then and this one is forgiving the one that I was. May I feel the forgiveness filling me and enveloping me with a sense of warmth and ease.
May I forgive my parents for anything I have ever blamed them for. May I understand that they, too, are different now. May this forgiveness fill them and surround them, and may I know in my heart that this is my most wonderful way of togetherness.
May I forgive my nearest and dearest people for anything that I think they have done wrong or are doing wrong at this time. May they feel that I accept them. May that forgiveness fill them, realizing that this is my expression of love. May I forgive my friends for anything I have disliked about them. May my forgiveness reach out to them so that they can be filled with it and embraced by it.
May I forgive the people I know, whoever they might be, for whatever it is that I have blamed them for, for what I have judged them for, or for what I have disliked. May my forgiveness fill their hearts, and surround and envelope them with it, and let it be my expression of love for them.
May I forgive fully any special person towards whom I still have resentment, rejection, or dislike. May I remember that everyone is suffering. May this forgiveness come from my heart and reach out to that person completely and totally. May I forgive any one person, or any situation, or any group of people, whom I am condemning, blaming, or disliking. May my forgiveness be my expression of unconditional love.
They may not do what I think are the right things.
May I remember that all human beings are suffering and that my heart needs forgiveness in order to have purity of love. May I look again and see whether there's still anyone or anything anywhere in the world that
I blame or condemn. May I forgive them so that there is no separation in my heart.
May I put my attention back on myself and recognize the goodness in me and the effort I am making. May I feel the warmth and ease that comes from my forgiveness. May all beings have forgiveness in their hearts!
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83. Crying

Crying Is How Your Heart Speaks, When Your Lips Can’t Explain The Pain You Feel
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84. You Are Special

You Are Special
By CEO Buck Rogers
2020-02-03 19:35

Who are you? What makes you special? For some people, this can be a great source of anxiety and stress. But being special doesn't just mean being exceptional, or being "better" than others at some task or ability or skill. Being special means being respected. Being loved. If you want to stand out from the crowd and be recognized as a special person, you can learn to start developing your inner self, giving it the respect it deserves. You can learn to stand out and make yourself a memorable, special person, who deserves the admiration of others, and the admiration of yourself.

How to Be Special

1

Find your you. No one can tell you how to be special. Being special involves finding the unique inner core that radiates your "you-ness" and doing the work of building that core up. Whatever you want to call it–your soul, your essence, your chi, your mojo, your groove–you have to embrace yourself, define yourself, and build yourself up. It takes work. What does it mean to be you? Who are you? And how can you be the best version of yourself? These are questions and struggles that take up a whole lifetime. Keep in mind the following thought experiments to get your mind oriented to your inner you-ness:

When do you feel completely at ease? What makes you comfortable?

Describe your ideal day. What would it include?

What do other people praise in your work or your behavior? What do you do well?

Describe a recent disagreement you've had with someone or something. How did you differ?

How would you change yourself if you could? Why?

2

Make a list of your values. Knowing what your values are can help you to be more of an individual and to live in a way that will make you happy. Take some time to think about what your values are and write them out. Then, reorganize the list from most important to least important. Some things you can do to help you generate this list include thinking about when you were:

At your happiest. For example, if you felt happiest when you were surrounded by supportive friends and family, then healthy relationships would be one of your values.

Proud. For example, if you felt proud when you graduate high school, then education might be something you value.

Satisfied and fulfilled. For example, you might feel satisfied or fulfilled after a productive day at work, so hark work might be something you value.

3

Identify special characteristics in others. What does it mean to be special? Look at the people you think are exemplary, notable, or special in some way and identify the key characteristics that make it so for you. You might think people who stick up for themselves stand out in your mind as being special, or people who devote themselves fully to their work, or people who are reserved and stoic in the face of adversity. This will be different for all of us, so focus on figuring out what it is that you respect about your grandfather, your close friend, or a loved one, not what other people say.

Try to stay away from celebrities and stick to looking at people you know in real life. It's easy to identify superficial things, to say that Brad Pitt is special because he's so rich and good-looking, but it's hard to identify or even know the true core of his person. We can only see the public persona, which radiates artificial movie-star prestige, not the real person.

Focus on how other people’s characteristics resonate with your own core values and avoid focusing on superficial things. Being special is more about knowing who you are at your core, not from what you think other people are like.

Authority doesn't make someone more special. If someone has power over you, is more successful than you, or is well-known and respected, that doesn't mean that you need to emulate them.

4

Take off your masks. We all wear them. When you go to work, you might have a professional mask, and when you meet up with a date after work you might switch into your dating mask. When you're with your friends, you might wear one mask, and when you're with your family, you might wear another. Once you go about the work of identifying the things that make you truly you, these masks become less useful. If you want to be special, let us see what's behind the mask.

To figure out you relationship to your masks, try to think of a time that you felt you were being fake, or inauthentic. What were the circumstances? How did it make you feel?

Check out your Facebook and Twitter feeds for a good example of digital masks in progress. People want to project images of themselves for others to digest, crafting that image in a particular way. It's inauthentic, in most cases. You're not getting the "real" version of someone.

5

Keep your ego in check. A desire to be special is often a desire to be validated by others. We want to be respected, to be looked upon as successful, happy people who should be envied. But being special doesn't mean being exceptional at everything. It doesn't mean being the best tennis player, or the author with the most publications, or the richest lawyer at the law firm. It means being true to the authentic you-ness and staying true to your own integrity. Satisfy yourself, don't use the satisfaction of others to inflate your ego.

Psychologists will often refer to inner and outer locus of control. Someone with an inner locus of control finds satisfaction from within, looking to satisfy themselves with their work and actions. People with outer locus of control look to others for satisfaction. Which are you?

Avoid seeking validation from other people. Your own validation is all that you need to be special.

6

Surprise yourself. People who are truly special are always changing, shifting, and surprising themselves with their ability to grow as people and to develop their authentic inner selves. If you want to be special, identify a rut that you've been in, and try to get a fresh perspective on it.

Keep learning new skills, reading new books, and challenging yourself. You're never too old, too smart, or too experienced to have your preconceptions shaken. You're never too special to be wrong.
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85. Rich and Without

We are not rich by what we possess but by what we can do without.
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86. Time Is More Powerful Than You
By CEO Buck Rogers [Conservative]
2/2/2020

"When a bird is alive it eats ants..when the bird is dead ants eat the bird!
Time and circumstances can change at anytime..dont devalue or hurt anyone in life.
You may be powerful today..but remember..time is more powerful then you.!!
One tree makes a million match sticks , but when the time comes, only one matchstick is needed to burn a million trees.. so be good and do good..."
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87. Keep Trying
By CEO Buck Rogers
2020-02-02 00:58

Keep trying! Keep reaching! Keep dreaming! Be patient! Your day will come!
Don’t let the reality of life destroy your dreams. Don’t give up.
You owe it to yourself to never let go of your dreams, goals or hopes.
They give meaning to your life. That is why you’ve held on to them for so long. You know you’ve tried your level best and put up the best fight anyone could ever have asked of you. Even when your closest supporter, shows loss of belief in you, and even walks away, don’t let it stop your fight. Keep going till you succeed. Otherwise you have suffered, and struggled for nothing. Stick to what you are trying to do.
After spending the time you have already, suffering from whatever pain it has brought, it would be such a waste to just give up
So, be brave, keep fighting, hold on to your dreams and never give up ever in life! Keep going until you win. Not giving up ever in life must be what you stand for. Success comes to people who have the courage to keep going no matter the obstacles. Life is a test, a tough one, sometimes. And you got to get through it. Sometimes you feel lost.
Doubts and negativity cloud the mind. Just don’t give up. Better times could just be around the corner, so you must keep fighting for just a little longer
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88. Friends
By CEO Buck Rogers
2020-02-01 18:46

"We met it was LUCK! We talked it was CHANCE! We became friends it was DESTINY! We are still friends it is FAITH! We will always be friends its a PROMISE!"
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89. Looking Better
By CEO Buck Rogers [Conservative]
2/1/2020

"People like to bring up your past when your present and future look better than theirs."
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90. Winning

The will to win, the desire to succeed, the urge to reach your full potential... these are the keys that will unlock the door to personal excellence
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91. Truth

💔I never want to be in an environment or around people where I can't say what I think is the truth. Nothing repels me like dishonesty in a person. Simply because when you lie to the world, you are also lying to yourself. And that kinda sets you on a very wrong path to claim your destiny. I know that, When you act truthful, it comes off as controversial to most people. It is kinda a price you pay for being yourself. That is why I tend to move towards truthful people because I am repulsed by lies. Be very careful in life because any story you start with a lie will always end you in shame. Will you stand for the truth? Will you defend the truth? I am much about honesty and truth.
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92. Problems

Problems are opportunities in work clothes
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93. Lessons

It is funny how we outgrow what we once thought we couldn't live without, and then we fall in love with what we didn't even know we wanted.

Life keeps leading us on journeys we would never go on if it were up to us. Don't be afraid. Have faith. Find the lessons.
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94. Be Strong

You must be strong. You must continue. No matter how high you must climb. Giving up is not an option. All your life you tried. It isn't much further to the top of that crest. Keep your faith. Keep your dream. You will reach them. Where the sun chases the moon.
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95. Purpose to Serve

Find a purpose to serve, not a lifestyle to live.
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96. Nothing Goes Away

Nothing ever goes away until it has taught us what we need to know.
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97. Leadership = Results

He who has never learned to obey cannot be a good commander. —Become the kind of leader that people would follow voluntarily, even if you had no title or position". —Effective leadership is not about making speeches or being liked; leadership is defined by results not attributes"
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98. Greatness Within
CEO Buck Rogers [Conservative]
1/29/2020

"How do you keep your head up, maintain your laughter and keep going when life comes at you..fast and hard? One of the most important things you can do is to ask yourself the question ~ What are you looking at?

Today - focus on what can be and what will be... in spite of the odds, despite your present situation, or regardless of the circumstances. Be still and know that...with faith, patience, perseverance, and an unstoppable spirit...things WILL get better. Stand up within yourself and KEEP ON PUSHING. You have comeback power. You have GREATNESS within you!"
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99. Plan Life
CEO Buck Rogers [Conservative]
1/29/2020

I am not a product of my circumstances, I am a product of my decisions
As a matter of fact, our circumstances are largely the product of the decisions we make on a day-to-day basis. Each decision accumulates, adding to each previous decision, to construct those very surroundings we operate within. If you hate your job, all you need to do is trace history to the point you prepared or chose not to prepare for something else. You either looked for other jobs or you didn’t. You spent thousands of hours over years in search of better work or you spent more time watching TV over that same period. You used every moment of spare time to educate yourself and learn new skills to make yourself more marketable or you chose to do something else instead.
The point here isn’t guilt. It’s about responsibility and dropping the victim mentality. There are very few exceptions to the rule that we are the products of our decisions. The very young who are trapped in abusive relationships, prisoners to parental terror, would be such an exception. But even with that past, as adults we choose to heal or to live in the past, to seek help or remain trapped in our own histories.
You can seek therapy and self-help and religious answers to life’s difficulties or booze and drug yourself to temporarily medicate the pain. Even with the ugliest of pasts, there are choices, at least as adults
All of life is an ever-evolving reflection of those choices . The decisions we make lead us down a path that will eventually become the history we regret or the history we celebrate. The more we recognize that fact, the more likely we will think through each decision and plan a life that can be beautiful and richly rewarding and wildly celebrated
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100. Those Who Talk

There are those that do and there are those that talk about what they know how to do
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101. Circle Together

In the circle we are all equal. There is no one in front of you and nobody behind you. No one is above you; no one is below you. A circle is sacred because it is designed to create unity.

Connecting with others through the warmth of human hearts .. we look behind, filled with gratitude .. and look forward, filled with vision .. we turn to each other, with strength and .. turn within, to find peace ..

In a circle, we are sometimes leading, sometimes following .. always strong.
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102. Wisdom

Don’t wish it was easier, wish you were better. Don’t wish for less problems, wish for more skills. Don’t wish for less challenge, wish for more wisdom.
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103. Claim Your Destiny

Stop listening to people saying you can't do it. Your potential is greater than your problems & your problems will bring out your potential. Start to be uncomfortable with where you are & step out in faith & chase the life you want.

Risk something & you will get everything out of life. Refuse to stay in your comfort zone. If you never step out & take the risks, you will record no achievements.

Stop over thinking, stop worrying, stop complaining. Life is too short for all of that. Work hard with faith, smile, live, love to claim your destiny!

You should become what you want to be in life.
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104. Be Humble

For the world is a hard place and hearts can be harder. But if you walk in humility, it will be a kinder place. The world you make for yourself is the heaven or the hell that you walk in. So treat every step as a prayer. Every breath as a blessing. Always be grateful. The journey is a short one. Savor every moment. The good and the bad. That is your Human experience. So, always remember to be Humble.
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105. Attitude

Weakness of attitude can become weakness of character
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106. Opinion

Another person's opinion of you may not be a reality.
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107. New Storm

And the storm will soon come. With it the solice of all stillness. So we wait. And look to future suns and birds of song when the warmth and beauty of newbirth returns. With it, new possibilities of oneness and completion. Change and ressurection of a new cycle, new Spirit, new life.
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108. Things you can not recover in life.

1. A stone after its thrown
2. A word after it is said
3. An occasion after its missed
4. Time after its gone
5. Trust after its lost
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109. Marriage

Marriage is a big deal
This could be heaven or hell
It is not a lack of love
But a lack of understanding
Over time you start noticing
That your marital ship is sinking
It really made me wonder...
How to make a relationship last forever?
When marriage becomes a perfect lie
When a mask is a must...
When parents stay together "for the kids"
Sometimes, marriage is a complex equation
The minute you think of giving up
And you remember the reason
Why you hold on for so long
That's all that matters to you...
Sometimes it's not the people who change
It's the mask that falls off...
Marriage is not all roses and rainbows
It's a sacred bond between two people
Who refuse to give up on each other
And embrace the beauty of flaws
It's a two-way street...
So is love, just like a flower
Either you make it bloom or you ruin it!
If you want, you can make your marriage
More awesome than your wedding
It's all about the one who calms the storm
Finally, a happy marriage is a daily choice
It's not about romance, it's not just love
It's sacrifice that makes it work
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110. Hearts United

Hearts united in pain and sorrow
will not be separated by joy and happiness.
Bonds that are woven in sadness
are stronger than the ties of joy and pleasure.
Love that is washed by tears
will remain eternally pure and faithful
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111. Build You Up

In life you will meet two kinds of people.
Ones who build you up, and ones who tear you down.
But in the end, you will thank them both.
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112. Take Action

You see, in life, lots of people know what to do, but few people actually do what they know. Knowing is not enough! You must take action
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113. All Human

We were all humans until race disconnected us, religion separated us, politics divided us, and wealth classified us.
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