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Better to do something imperfectly than to do nothing flawlessly.” ~ Robert H Schuller

When your final years are approaching, you will not worry about how well you thought through your decisions, or how thoroughly and accurately you approached life’s forks in the road.

You will rest happily knowing you lived true to yourself, acted with confidence, and stood up for what you believed in.

So don’t worry about the perfection of your decisions. Be swift to move forward, even if it is in the wrong direction. Boldness is respectable; carefulness has never changed the world.

 

“Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen.” Brene Brown

Namaste.

 

 

 

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Tips For Success ~ Both in Life and Business

by Stephanie on March 4, 2015

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  1. Add Value

Professionally, that means the more value you can offer the more money you can make. In your personal life, more value translates to closer connections and strong personal growth.

Yoga has taught me that I have a unique song to sing, one that no one else does. We all do. What is yours?

  1. Follow Your Passion

Reading numerous biographies on great people (my way of having a mentor without leaving the house) and from my own personal observations and encounters, I’ve realized that those who achieve greatness professional and personally follow their passion. The reason why great people are few and far in-between is because most people don’t even know what their passion is.

Do you know what your passion is? If not, what are you going to do to find out? If you do know what you passion is, are you following it?

  1. Be Extraordinary

If you do the same thing as everyone else, it’s hard to be successful. It is important to find the edge and then push past it. That is how you become noticed and get what you want. Whether it is money, meaningful relationships and/or a sense of personal accomplishment, the extraordinary person attracts them all.

What is so cool about this one is we ALL are extraordinary. Yoga has taught me, though, that my unique contribution is valuable.

  1. Start Now

The one factor that is required is taking action. Most people miss out on reaching their full potential because they never start. They are always preparing, planning and waiting for the best time to start (or too afraid to start at all). The stars rarely align and you will never be completely ready so just start now.

Don’t just DO YOGA today ~ FEEL YOGA TODAY. Learn from it.

I’m #writing today. What are you doing? Namaste.

 

 

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Tips For Facing Fear

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3 Things Buddha Taught To Inspire Your Day

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5 Small Ways To Improve Your Life Today

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                  As a writer, I’ve always got a beautiful blank journal somewhere around… Grab a beautiful pen and a cup of coffee and start your day in a positive way. Write down 5 things you are grateful for. Make a list of 20 things you enjoy doing, […]

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4 Simple Ways To Transform Your Life Today

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                    You are accountable for manifesting a life you thrive in. These 4 simple pieces of Buddhist wisdom that you can use to help you transform your life. Live with compassion Compassion is a revered quality in Buddhism and great compassion is a sign of a […]

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9 Secrets For Yoga Beginners

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9 Ways To Face Fear (Inspired by Oscars2015 Favorite Acceptance Speech)

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                “The Imitation Game” screenwriter Graham Moore accepting the award for the best adapted screenplay:  “When I was 16 years old, I tried to kill myself because I felt weird. And I felt different. And I felt like I didn’t belong,” he said. “And now I’m standing here, […]

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4 Ways to Beat or Avoid the Monday Blues ~ Monday Morning Inspiration

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                  If you love your job and are passionate about what you’re doing, going in to work Monday morning is another opportunity to do what you love. But if you’re feeling under-appreciated or unsatisfied with your job, it can be especially difficult to start another seemingly endless […]

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Vital Lesson From Buddhism That Can Help In Your Own Pursuit of Happiness

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                  I have an unshakable confidence in the truly boundless potential we human beings have to heal ourselves and transform our lives. Get Intimate With Your Mind The combination of attention and loving-kindness – both of which can be built through contemplative practices like yoga and mediation […]

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