Sunday, June 12, 2011


Many people go through life putting off their joy and happiness. 
To them, goal setting means that "someday," 
after they achieve something, 
only then will they be able to enjoy life to the fullest. 

The truth is that if we decide to be happy now, 
we'll automatically achieve more. 
While goals provide a magnificent direction and a way to focus, 
we must constantly strive to live each day to its fullest, 
squeezing all the joy we can out of each moment. 
Instead of measuring your success and failure in life by your ability to achieve an individualized and specific goal, 
remember that the direction we're heading is more important than individual results. 

If we continue to head in the right direction, 
we may not only achieve the goals we're pursuing but a lot more!

~an excerpt from Anthony Robbins' Awaken The Giant Within~

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