“Dear Life, When I said “Can this day get any worse?”
It was a rhetorical question not a challenge!”
I think most people have experienced a version of that quote above.
I remember a big turning point in my life was when I realised the power of language. Not just in it’s impact on others but more so on my performance in any field.
I’m not referring just to the spoken word but to the power of the language of my thinking, because behind every action is a thought.
There’s always a positive to be found in difficult circumstances.
One of the positives I’ve observed from the pandemic, is seeing people try new things because they felt that had no choice.
And I include myself in that observation.
Necessity is indeed the mother of invention after all and there’s nothing like a global crisis to force experimentation…:)
“Hope is not a strategy.”
This is a phrase you hear often in the business world and I don’t agree with it completely.
If strategy was everything people think it’s cracked up to be less organisations would fail. There’s no doubt it’s important but so too is hope – or at least feeling hopeful.
In my experience, feeling hopeful is vital to progress.
“However ordinary each of us may seem, we are all in some way
special, and can do things that are extraordinary