Wednesday, September 06, 2006

I'm so proud

Well today my husband showed me his finished book. I'm so proud of him. He is an excellent motivational speaker and I know his first book is just the tip of the iceburg for him. He doesn't have a website just yet, but when it's up and running I'll be sure to post it for you to check out.

If it weren't for him I wouldn't be blogging to you or have my own photography company.



1 comment:

  1. Until you achieve your goal, the only easy day is yesterday.

    What do you want to do?
    What do you want to have?
    Who do you want to become?

    When you come up with an answer to those questions you have an idea. When you imagine yourself having answered those questions you have a dream. When you decide to stand before God and the universe and proclaim that you are committed to making those answers a reality, you have a goal.

    Beware though ... when you make such a proclamation, God and the Universe take notice - BUT THEY DON'T TELL YOU, THEY SHOW YOU by way of their super secret agent known as "Murphy's Law." When you make that proclamation, Agent Murphy gets a 911 page and he sets out to pitch a tent in your backyard!

    Nothing worth having is easy, but as you struggle to achieve, keep in mind that as each day passes, it's one less day you have to worry about and one more day closer you are to achieving your goal.

    If you quit once you've started - or even worse, quite BEFORE you started on the journey to achieving your goal, whatever it was you said you wanted to do; whatever is was you said you wanted to have, and whoever it was you said you wanted to be, you have proven yourself UNWORTHY.

    There can be no shame greater than the shame one feels from having given up ... ON HIMSELF (or HERSELF).

    Until you achieve your goal, the only easy day is yesterday.

    "Maiestas saluto non mediocris - Fortibus fortuna favet"
    "Greatness visits not the mediocre - Fortune favors the brave"