Learn from everything but focus on the good.
The world is full of good and bad. Learn from everything but focus on the good. The world is full of darkness and light, learn from everything but spread light. The world is full of choices, good news and bad news. Choose to spread good news.
It is simple really, change your focus. It will not change the world over night, but it will change what you are learning. What you are learning can change what you are doing. What you are doing can change your circumstances. What you are doing and what you are teaching others can lead to success or failure. If you are successful you may not change the whole world, but it can change your world.
It starts with leaning and where your focus lies. What you focus on affects what you will learn, what you will say, what you hear, what you do. Learn from everything but focus on the good. Spread good news, spread truth, spread light and teach others from what you have learned. Focus on success and not failure. Be the person you want others to be like. Be like the person you want to be. You are not your circumstance, you are what you learn and what you do and what you teach others. Learn from everything but focus on the good.
Spread good news. Spread truth. Spread light. Focus on the good and teach others from what you have learned.
Greetings from Cold and Snowy Michigan. I have a pretty long drive to work ever morning. I have driven all over Metro Detroit and South Eastern Michigan for work. I have noticed cars stranded on the road and from time to time. I have noticed enough to where instead of just driving by, I try to say a little prayer for every car I see on the side of the road. I can’t always stop and help, but I can take a minute to pray for there safe passage.
I think we can at least pray for each other. I have tried to keep my transportation running while traveling for work. I try to change the oil at the full service places to make sure they check all the little extras. So when my car acts up a little, I know it is not for lack of tender loving car. So when my car was wobbling a little during a snow fall, I thought it was more because I was not used to the 4 wheel drive more than anything else.
Again, I made it home and later that night, I took out the trash and noticed my rear driver side tire was completely flat. It was cold and dark and I had to take my wife’s car to get some fix-a-flat and then take the car up to the gas station for more air. The next day I had to wait in to get new tires and make up a little extra time, flex time. Yes, it was an inconvenience, but I had to stop myself and remember I was not stranded on the side of the road. I was safe and sound at home. Every cloud has a silver lining.
So when you pass a car on the side of the road, if you can not stop and help. Say a little prayer.
When less is more:
Welcome to 60 Seconds of Motivational Mojo. I have been blogging since 2011. It is now the start of 2017 and I have came off my best two years of views. The years seem to build on one another. In the beginning my goal was to blog everyday as much as possible. The last two years, I have to fight to find the time to post on a regular basis. But the views continue to grow. I am building on my past and I am thankful for everyone who has taken time out to check in with 60 Seconds of Motivational Mojo.
I do not have editors or writing coaches. I blog my thoughts and how I am feeling and try to encourage others to tell their stories also. What have I learned along the way? Sometimes we try to do too much. Sometimes we try to overdo it. Sometimes we get in such a hurry to put down a foundation and start building on it we do not let it set. Sometimes we forget that slow and steady wins the race.
This blog has grown into part of a Motivational Network. I have joined together with liked minded people across the internet on LinkedIn and Facebook and we are using social media to spread good news and to encourage others. We have worked very hard to grow and we have lost some people along the way. The first impression is to try to do more. More posting, more calls more encouragement, then today I look back and see that you have to sometimes slow down and let things take root. It takes time for people to come around and you have to make space so others can grow.
Sometimes we want to do too much. Sometimes we have to do a little less and help coach and mentor others so there is room for them to do more. Sometimes less is more.
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54 Weeks from now.
Happy New Year. Happy Holidays. Merry Christmas. All of those things. As I sit here on New Year’s Day, I am reminded of my state of mind for the last few weeks. As much as people like to celebrate where they have been and start a new, I find myself thinking 54 weeks ahead. When Christmas and New Years roll around I as much as I am grateful for all that I have been through in the past year, I am also looking ahead to where I want to be next Christmas and Next New Years.
I am very thankful for all the oppourtunites I have been given and all the people I have met. I am thnkful that I am able to keep learning and growing and pushing myself to get better at the things I enjoy doing. I am more enthused and more optimistic than ever. I wake up everyday knowing that the sky is the limit. Thank God for good news, so I choose to spread good news.
Where do I want to be next year? I want to keep moving forward. I want to have produced 4 motivational workshops that are also fundraisers and volunteer drives for local charities. I also hope to help others encourge and motivate and reach as many people as possible together. I think that if we can learn to work together we can move mountains. But it will be one brick at a time, so I reach out to people one at a time to spread good news and help others through coaching and mentoring.
Every Christmas and New Years I want to be one step closer to my goals, but I also find myself thinking 54 weeks ahead to the next Christmas and the next New Years. Where do you want to be next year? What goals have you set for yourself. Dream big!