Exercise for a happy, healthy life.
Troubles: You can’t walk away from your troubles but you can walk your troubles away. What do I mean by that? I mean you can exercise your way to a better tomorrow.
If in your everyday life you feel like you’re constantly climbing over hills, you put one behind you only for another to take its place. Then it’s time for you to take a walk, walk every day and when you’re on your walk think of every good thing that has happened in your life. Not only will your body thank you for the exercise, your mind will get stronger too. If you keep the exercising and positive thinking routine up for long enough; you will find all the hills in your life will have disappeared, and your walking will have gotten easier too.
The little things that annoy you today will no longer be part of your life because you will have found better things to concentrate on.
Some people ask me why I walk. The answer is simple; I walk because I want to have a fit body and healthy mind, not only for now but for my future too.
Those who do are often incapable of teaching those things to anybody else because the talent required for doing and teaching is not inherent in everybody. The same can be said of teachers, their talent is communication, not doing, good teachers are able to understand how things are done and communicate this in such a way as to inspire their students.
Napoleon Hill’s book, think and grow rich, is a great example of this, he used his skill as a communicator to pass on the knowledge he acquired from great doers such as Andrew Carnegie, Henry Ford and Thomas Edison to name but a few in such a way that he inspired a generation to try and improve their situations.
You watch great doers and you listen to great teachers, if you find somebody who is capable of both, watch and listen closely to them for they are exceptional.
Most of the people you meet fall into the following categories, “Doers are busy doing while teachers are busy communicating.”
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If you know you’re right, there’s no need to persuade somebody else to accept your point of view because the greatest gift you can give somebody else is enough information for them to find out the truth for themselves.
“You don’t have to prove you’re right to be right.” ~Believe in you.
“Change comes at a price, until the day arrives when you’re willing to pay that price, your life will remain the same as it is today.” ~Anon
What have you got to lose?
“The thoughts you have about yourself and everybody else creates your future.”
Positive thoughts create a positive future, negative thoughts create a negative future.
“Remaining positive in a relatively negative world requires work.”
Don’t force change, because when you force anything, you’re actually preventing the changes you want to see from happening.
Naturally occurring changes take time but when the change happens, the changes last.
Forced change can bring quick results but these changes rarely last because the body thinks it’s missing out on something to create the change you want to see.
A perfect example of this are dieters whose weight fluctuates up and down for years without ever stabilizing but, it doesn’t matter what you want to change the same theory applies whether it’s your body, emotions, thoughts, actions or words, everything takes time to change.
“See the change you want to see in yourself and let it happen naturally.”
“Holding on to anger and resentment is as useful as taking poison and expecting the person who offended you to get sick.”
Anger and resentment are incredibly draining emotions; the energy you waste should be used to make your life better, not worse. Start today, forgive everybody including you for any actions you deem to have made your life difficult; that’s not to say you forget the lessons you’ve learned through those events, that would be silly.
You don’t have to contact those people to forgive them because you are the only person who benefits from forgiveness, those people may not even realise they made your life difficult in the first place.
“To forgive is to set a prisoner free and discover that prisoner was you.” ~Lewis B. Smedes
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By small margins is the success of one team over another measured, a flick of a ball that went into the right hand, or the shot from distance that sailed between the posts. Having just watched the all Ireland hurling final between Waterford and Galway I have concluded the difference between the two teams was a bit of luck. Both teams showed a great deal of passion and desire to win during the game, the big difference between the teams was the shots from distance were going over the bar from the Galway players whereas the shots from the Waterford players were just missing the target by very small margins. In earlier games in the championship those shots from the Waterford players were going over the bar but alas that didn’t happen, today Galway won the All Ireland final in a very exciting and enjoyable game of hurling; they deserved their victory because today they had everything on their side including that little bit of luck.
“People who don’t reply to you are the people who need help because they have troubles they are unable to share.”
If you think it’s a good morning, it is a good morning.
“Your life is based on your thoughts, words and actions, not on the reactions of other people.”
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