“It is not the number of positive experiences that dictate our enjoyment of life. It is the intensity with which we pay attention to them that matters.”
“That no matter what, you can achieve anything you put your mind to. Seventeen years later and I’m still not a Jedi.”
I hope that one day you see yourself the way your loved ones see you. I hope that one day you realize the radiance in the room is coming from you. I hope that one day you realize that the sun may not rise and set on you, but the stars certainly do.
Confidence is developed by challenging yourself across many areas of life, building self-esteem, and rewriting your thought processes, until it becomes a permanent habit.
It’s common practice for many of the world’s most successful people to intentionally direct the workings of their subconscious mind while they’re sleeping. How?
You are your only competition
No Pressure. Just Write.
The scariest part of it all is the unknown. Not knowing if you’ll ever get better. Constantly fearful that you will spend the rest of your days in pain. That your dreams are no longer realistic or attainable.
You can fail in life and end up where you need to be because failure is not permanent — giving up is.
So here’s my recommendation: pick up at least one of these books before you head to school in August.