Henry Ford said, “My best friend is the one who brings out the best in me.”
Are you your own best friend? Do you bring out the best in you? Are you trying to reach your full potential or are you settling for a life of mediocrity? Are you ready to grow through life or are you just planning to go through life?
We cannot expect someone else to bring out the best in us, while we continue to sabotage ourselves.
Yes, part of being your own best friend involves picking other friends who lift you up. But that is just part of it. What else can you do to reach your full potential?
Below you will find a list of 20 things you can do to bring out your best. (They are in no particular order.) Continue reading →
Each day as you wake up, make the decision to strive to do what’s right.
Approach your life as you would your game. When you make a mistake, learn from it, correct it, and get ready for the next point. Life moves too fast to sulk and dwell on the past.
When you’re down, fight harder to get back on top. Life is full of hardships. Fight hard against those feelings of despair. When you’re doing everything right and still can’t win, be patient. No matter how good we are or how hard we struggle to make the right decisions, life often makes us wait.
When you are on top of your game, relax and enjoy it. Life is fully appreciated when we survive adversity and can relax in the sunlight of success. Each sunrise brings a new opportunity. No matter how bad the day before was, today is brand new. When you wake up, seek the strength and courage to do the right thing.
Do you want to improve your relationship? Start by improving you.
Most people who come in for couples counseling want to change their partner. They usually have very little interest in self-growth. Their initial goal is to get the counselor to see their point of view and then to change their spouse or significant other. Continue reading →