Steve Jobs had too many good qualities to list, but one of them that most people are talking about today is his fearlessness. He was able to be the great success that he was because he dared to be.
Let's all honor him by showing no fear in 2012. If we repeat what we did this year then we will get the same things we got in 2011. If we attack the world bold and unafraid, if we dare ourselves to try new things, then we will get new outcomes; positive outcomes. We will find more fulfillment in our relationships, in our careers, and in ourselves.
How do we go about it? Remove all of the roadblocks. Remember that it is you driving your own bus and fuel your ride with positive energy. See yourself as winning. See yourself getting everything that you want. Ignore people who tell you that you can’t. Always stir your pot with optimism and remember the glass is always half full.
-reading positive books
-listening to positive podcasts
-saying positive things about other people
-knowing that you can do it
-working to make relationships positive
-walking and build up to running
-asking to be paid your value
-asking that girl/guy out to dinner
-watching negative news programs
-looking to blame other people
-listening to people who tell you that you can't
-doing less than you are capable of
-living life without a purpose. Find it!
-keeping inside what needs to be out
"I'm as proud of what we don't do as I am of what we do."
Make 2012 your best year yet. Brave to be your best.
You have to see this . . . Steve Jobs commencement speach at Stanford.
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