Success Thought of the Day – 4/7/21

Sometimes, just showing up is an accomplishment. - James Rosseau, Sr.

It is hard for me to believe, but I am closing in on 1,000 rides on my Peloton.

When I first began, I didn’t appreciate pacing myself during a ride.  Given leaderboards and personal stats, I often tended to “push” constantly and viewed slowing down as losing my pace within the pack!  However, as with all training, there are needed moments within your growth cycle (e.g., warm-ups, best efforts, endurance, recovery, cool down, etc.).

That same is true in careers and life.  Growth comes through cycles, not monotonous pushing. Acknowledge and be ok with, particularly during these times,  your needed moments of recovery.  Consider them a contribution to your next personal best.

We work to become, not to acquire. - Elbert G. Hubbard

Success Thought of the Day – 4/9/21

People underestimate their capacity for change. There is never a right time to do a difficult thing. A leader's job is to help people have vision of their potential. - John Porter

Success Thought of the Day – 4/5/21

You can't be hesitant about who you are. – Viola Davis

Success Thought of the Day – 4/2/21

You are your own scriptwriter, and the play is never finished, no matter what your age or position in life. – Denis Waitley

Success Thought of the Day – 3/31/21

Opportunities and success are not something you go after necessarily but something you attract by becoming an attractive person. – Jim Rohn

Success Thought of the Day – 3/30/21