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Monday Motivation to Champion Your Success


“Only as high as I reach can I grow, only as far as I seek can I go, only as deep as I look can I see, only as much as I dream can I be.”

~Karen Ravn~

When I was a manager in the hospitality industry, I often shared motivational quotes, stories and challenges on Mondays to challenge the seeds of greatness within members of the teams I worked with. The following quotes represent a sample of the Monday Motivation I served up on a regular basis:

·         It does not make sense to have the potential God has given you and allow it to be dormant; take small steps – put your knowledge, skills and talents to work creating the life you deserve and be a blessing in the lives of others.

·         You are worth of MORE; You are capable of MORE; You can achieve MORE

·         Remember to remember previous life lessons: they are often the springboard for future success.

·         Gratitude is thanksgiving for God’s grace and mercy in our life.

·         Who control’s how much MORE you will have in life? You do. Get into gear and make whatever your “it” is - a reality!

·         Discipline comes from doing what has to be done, not what you feel like doing.

·         Our willpower is fueled by our willingness to do whatever it takes to achieve a goal, regardless of our circumstances.

·         The greater the challenge, the greater your effort has to be to overcome the obstacle.

·         Every adversity has within it a seed of opportunity to grow stronger.

·         You have the power to make a difference in the life of another person. Take action today and make it so.

·         Resolve the fact that YOU have to make the necessary choices to change your life for the better. No one else can do it for you.

·         Enlarge your capacity to do more – enlarges your capacity to receive more.

·         Temporary defeat does not mean permanent failure unless you agree that it is.

·         Fear is conquered by daily acts of courage.

·         The challenge that you face is victim to your ability to raise your consciousness and implement relevant solutions.

·         Take the lid OFF your life – Adjust your heart attitude.

It’s Your Move ~ Aspire Higher

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