Welcome to this week’s “Sunday Sayings” newsletter.
Each Sunday I will share with you some motivational stuff I came across in my travels during the past week. These tidbits will help you
1) John Carlton:
Achieving great wins will bring momentary bliss…
… but it doesn’t last.
Smart entrepreneurs know this, and plan accordingly. Your list of goals should never end with “Done. Happy ever after.”
Life doesn’t work that way.
Rather, constant forward movement that brings rewards and satisfaction is the way to go. Aim to understand your needs to be healthy… to feel spiritually connected to the world… to have your emotional world stable…
… and to know how much is enough with the Big Bucks.
We aren’t born with that kind of knowledge.
You gotta figure it out as you go.
2) Nelson Mandela:
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
3) Adam Grant:
“It’s easy to cheer for people when they’re up. A better test of character is whether you keep rooting for them when they’re down.
Don’t be a fair-weather fan of people. They need more support when they’re struggling than when they’re succeeding.”
4) Adam Grant:
“It doesn’t matter what you say—or even how you say it—if people have doubts about why you’re saying it.
If you want your words to be taken seriously, demonstrate your sincerity through your actions.”
5) Warren Buffet:
“It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it.”
Have a great day!