9 Powerful Quotes Win Life Struggle!!!
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9 Powerful Quotes Win Life Struggle!!!



9 Powerful Quotes Win Life Struggle!!!

9 Powerful Quotes Win Life Struggle!!!



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    9 Powerful Quotes Win Life Struggle!!! 9 Powerful Quotes Win Life Struggle!!! Presentation Transcript

    • Power QuotesWin Life Struggles!!!
    • There’s scarcely any happiness, passion or success without struggle. Life is aconstant climb, but the journey is rewarding and the view is great. It’s just amatter of pushing forward when the going gets tough. Here are nine powerquotes and some additional tips to help inspire you when you need it most.
    • 1. Growth and ChangeTo effectively move away from an unfavorable situation, you must decide exactly where you wish to go. Createa formidable intention for yourself, and feed that intention with the passion and energy that’s in your desire forchange. Go beyond your discontent for what is, and instead focus on imagining and creating the best ofwhat’s possible. Clearly know where you wish to go, and then take the first real step that gets you there.
    • “And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud wasmore painful than the risk it took to blossom.” ―Anaïs Nin
    • 2. Problems and OpportunitiesWhen you see problems piled on top of problems, and when there seems to be no end to the work that must bedone in order to resolve them, what are you really seeing? You’re looking at a mountain of opportunity. You’relooking at a situation in which you can truly make a difference. You’re looking at an environment where youcan reach great heights by raising the stakes and pulling the reality of what’s possible along with you.
    • “What is the difference between an obstacle and an opportunity? Our attitude toward it. Every opportunity has a difficulty, and every difficulty has an opportunity.” ―J. Sidlow Baxter
    • 3. Hard Work and AchievementThere is no shortcut to a great achievement. There is no substitute for doing the work. Meditate onthis every day: “I will do the work.” You must run to be a runner. You must write to be a writer. Youmust actively work on a business venture to learn how to run a successful business. Put in therequired effort. Plan your work every morning, and then diligently work your plan every day.
    • “It shouldn’t be easy to be amazing. Then everything would be. It’s thethings you fight for and struggle with before earning that have the greatestworth. When something’s difficult to come by, you’ll do that much more to make sure it’s even harder – or impossible – to lose.” ―Sarah Dessen
    • 4. FocusSet a specific goal, keep your routine centered on it, and you’ll find the strength to move steadily in apositive direction. When you focus on the right thing, even the difficult steps will seem easier. Theburdens of the moment become much more bearable when you connect with the purpose behindthem. By choosing to focus properly, you get the highest return for the efforts you invest in your life.
    • Whenever you want to achieve something, keep your eyes open,concentrate and make sure you know exactly what it is you want.No one can hit their target with their eyes closed.” ―Paulo Coelho
    • 5. Positive Thinking99% of the time the discontent and frustration you feel is entirely yourown creation. If you dwell on the positive thoughts and possibilities atleast as much as you dwell on negative thoughts and painful emotions,life’s challenges help you improve your reality.
    • “Our thoughts about what we are and what we can beprecisely determine what we can be.” ―Anthony Robbins
    • 6. MistakesLife is what you make it. It’s a wild rollercoaster. Just when you think it can’t get any worse,it does. And then just when you think it can’t get any better, it does. Every day is a beautifulmystery. Let go of yesterday’s mistakes and enjoy the mystery as it unfolds today.
    • “Freedom is not worth having if it does not includethe freedom to make mistakes.” ―Mahatma Gandhi
    • 7. AcceptanceValue what you know, and also value the countless things you don’t yet understand. For inwhat you do not understand, there is the joy of growth. Life will always be incomplete and a bitasymmetrical. Realize this and embrace it. Be happy and sad at the same time, be hungry andthankful at the same time, be nervous and excited at the same time, and be okay with it.
    • “For after all, the best thing one can do when it is raining is let it rain.” ―Henry W. Longfellow
    • 8. Confidence & BeliefsBelieve in yourself through tough times. Believe in your capacity to succeed. Believe that your relationships areworth the effort. Believe that there are many roads to what’s right. Believe in your intuition, especially when youhave to choose between two good paths. Believe that the answers are out there waiting. Believe that life willsurprise you again and again. Believe that the journey is the destination. Believe that it’s all worth your while.
    • “Sometimes beautiful things come into our lives out of nowhere. We can’t always understand them, but we have to trust in them. I know you want to question everything, but sometimes it pays to just have a little faith.” ―Lauren Kate
    • 9. The Present MomentsThis moment – right now – is your life. Say yes to it. Don’t ignore it by pretending that you’re livingin some other time and place. You aren’t – doing so is impossible. The only life you can live is theonly life there is – the moment you are in right now. Ignoring this fact is reckless. Ignoring it isdenying reality, and denying reality is rejecting the entire process of living.
    • “Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow has not yet come. We have only today. Let us begin.” ―Mother Teresa Thank You Very Much Sompong Yusoontorn