1) Put your best foot forward.
Regardless of how many mistakes you have made in the past today is a new day. Just by making a decision now, you can make your dreams come true by believing in yourself. Think of the adage of the train who said I think I can I think I can.
Before you know it you can overcome any obstacles.
2) Overcome obstacles.
It’s all about the way you view them. There is always a good side to every story. When a door closes a window opens. What could be good? Opportunity. The world is your oyster. There are infinite possibilities. Look at your obstacles as stepping stones to your future.
3) The world is your oyster.
God gave us this wonderful life so we could live it to it’s fullest. Now is your opportunity to live life to its fullest, love and learn.
4) Make attainable goals.
Out with the lists of stopping smoking, losing weight and getting rid of old habits. In with the lists of positive choices. Choose a healthy lifestyle that includes rest, relaxation, good food, exercise, abundance, lots of water and happiness. Make your goals to be state driven.
That means desiring what you have.
Set yourself up to play a winning game.
5) Have state driven goals.
It’s not the money that makes us happy, it’s what that money can buy. Let’s just jump over this hurdle and stop wanting more money. Start to have happiness in the terms of joy, love and peace of mind. You have all that you need in this moment.
6) Be the change you desire in the world.
Instead of complaining about what is wrong, start finding what is right and then start acting how you want to be. Decide to avoid any self negative talk. Your mind can hear you and it might just believe what it hears.
7) Model good behavior
So your not perfect, neither am I. But I do try. I set myself out to be the best I can be. At times I don’t know what good behavior is like so I find someone who I think is doing it right and I try to do it just like them.
*8) Be sensible my dear child
Get a good night’s sleep, drink lots of water, do some exercise, eat well and hug someone.
One thing I’ve learned is to moderate behavior. Make good choices because you think they are sensible, not based on desire. Be thankful for what you have and try to want less.
9) Go green.
Start talking about recycling and then do it. Start dividing your trash into paper, plastics, glass and organic waste and then deposit them in the appropriate bins.
Sometimes laughter is the best medicine. Dedicate some time of your day to things that make you happy, like love, family and friends.
Remember, live life with passion as if it were your last and first day. Live life as you were looking through the eyes of a child. All things are possible through God.