Thursday, March 12, 2009

Currently I'm reading this book, Today Matters, by John Maxwell. As usual, I shall share with you some quotes I find it meaningful.
Hoping for a good future without investing in today is like a farmer waiting for a crop without ever planting any seed.
Good Decisions - Daily Discipline = A Plan Without a Payoff
Daily Discipline - Good Decisions = Regimentation without Reward
Good Decisions + Daily Discipline = A Masterpiece of Potential
You don't make decisions because they're EASY;
You don't make decisions because they're CHEAP;
You don't make decisions because they're POPULAR;
You make decisions because they're RIGHT.
Decisions helps us start. Discipline helps us finish.
Make an obstacle an opportunity. Make a negative a positive. If you can't give 100 percent, you won't make it. Never quit!
Big Picture Thinking: the ability to think beyond yourself and your world in order to process ideas with a holistic perspective.
Focus Thinking: the ability to think with clarity on issues by removing distractions and mental clutter from your mind.
Creative Thinking: the ability to break out of your "box" of limitations and explore ideas and options to experience a breakthrough.
Realistic Thinking: the ability to build a solid foundation on facts to think with certainty.
Strategic Thinking: the ability to implement plans that give direction for today and increase your potential for tomorrow.
Possibility Thinking: the ability to unleash your enthusiasm and hope to find solutions for even seemingly impossible situations.
Reflective Thinking: the ability to revisit the past in order to gain a true perspective and think with understanding.
Questioning Popular Thinking: the ability to reject the limitations of common thinking and accomplish uncommon results.
Unselfish Thinking: the ability to consider others and their journey to think with collaboration.
Bottom-Line Thinking: the ability to focus on results and maximum return to reap full potential of your thinking.
Any time you make a commitment to something, it will be tested.
Always bear in mind that your own resolution to success is more important than any other thing.
Abraham Lincoln
You have to pay a price. You will find that everything in life exacts a price, and you will have to decide whether the price is worth the prize.
US Senator Sam Nunn
If a person gets his attitude toward money straight, it will help straighten out almost every other area of his life
Billy Graham

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