Dwelling on terms that promote resilience might help us to approach each new day with hope and optimism.

Warren brings 8 quotes to empower you today. Read on and stay empowered.

“Between stimulus and response there is a space, and in that space is your power and your freedom.”

In a poem by Mary Oliver published by the best-selling writer Gabby Bernstein, we were recently moved by this line: “When you suddenly and unforeseen feel delight, don’t hesitate. Give it in.” Give in.

” Taking everyday pleasures is a bold, important act after a year full of sorrow and uncertainty; it may allow us to confront problems with fortitude and each new day approach us with optimism and opportunity.

“The Man search for the meaning of the line that I read in secondary education was written by Viktor Frankl. Decades later, this quotation has become a buddy for me, a guy who has taken on new meanings as a woman, a wife, and a full-time mother of four teenagers during various stages of my life.

Now, as a sacral break, I live in that place, my superpower that keeps me clear and grounded.”

“It is not because things are difficult that we do not dare, it is because we do not dare that things are difficult.”

“Seneca’s my favorite quotation. I taped this sentence on the door of my bedroom while I was in high school since I believed that it was a life philosophy.

I learned that being in action is the key to achieve success as I grew up and became a contractor.’

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”

“I feel it in my bones as I read this Mayan Angelou statement, allowing my heart to loosen tension immediately. More times than I can count, it inspired me.

If I need an elevator and clarity throughout the epidemic every day, I keep it where I can see it in my workplace. “

“Enjoy life. This is not a dress rehearsal.”

“This quotation is a lesson I learned at the age of fifteen and just fifty-one years when I lost my father.

I was recalled of this lesson especially during the first month of 2021 when, after a struggle with lymphoma, I lost my aunt to Alzheimer and Covid lost my buddy.

And now, the cancer of a beloved buddy is spreading.

It is vital to learn as soon as possible to enjoy your life, whether the shift takes place at 94, 51, or 23, and to inform your friends about what they mean to you.”

“When your purpose is greater than yourself, it’ll give you a courage you never knew you had.”

“I heard this Sara Blakely quotation during the summer webinar, and I jotted it down instantly since it resonated so deeply with me.

There are many occasions in our professional and personal life when the chips are down. It’s simple to sense that times are not going to end, but not.

You are filled with bravery and trust when you think about your goal. This permits you to make substantial progress and continue to think about prospects in the future.”

“Be yourself. You’re the only one who can be.”

“If we continuously browse around and compare ourselves to what other people do and say on our social media accounts, it is necessary to have a little care for ourselves and realize that you do your best.

This quotation reminds me to hug me when I feel depressed.” 

“You can’t solve a problem with the same consciousness that created it.”

“It was a problem-solver for me this remark from Albert Einstein.

It changes and raises the mentality towards rising and transcending the circumstance if you focus on the solution instead of the problem.

It is far preferable to let others be heard without judgment than to try to understand your position without hearing others’ views.”

“It is always impossible until it’s done.”

 This quotation by Nelson Mandela reminds us that only when the impossible is pushed through benefits are gained, understanding that pioneering difficulty opens the way for others.

I often use this statement to inspire teams and customers that want to give up successfully because it wasn’t done. The first one is always there.”

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