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πŸŒΉβœ’5 Daily Reminders with William S. Peters Sr.βœ’πŸŒΉ

From Marc and Angel …. enjoy πŸ’—

5 daily reminders we need to read each morning for the rest of the month

1. Go ahead and be a positive force in the world today. And remember, being positive doesn’t mean ignoring the negative. Being positive means overcoming the negative. There’s a big difference between the two.

2. Most of the time, you can’t calm the storm. What you can do is calm yourself, and the storm will eventually pass. Truly, the most powerful and practical changes happen when you decide to take control of what you do have power over, instead of craving control over what you don’t.

3. The goal right now is to gradually change your response to what you can’t control. To grow stronger on the inside, so that almost nothing on the outside can affect your inner peace and wellness without your conscious permission.

4. Progress and inner peace both begin the moment you take a deep breath and choose not to allow another person or event to control your thoughts. You are not what happened. You are what you choose to become in this moment. Let go, breathe, and begin again.

5. Remember, you alone get to choose what matters and what doesn’t. The meaning of everything in your life has precisely the meaning you give it. So learn to value your time, your health, genuine relationships, and peace of mind, above all. Because as you age, these things tend to grow in value.

The bottom line is, despite the real world challenges you face, the biggest and most complex obstacle you will have to personally overcome on a daily basis is your own mind…

YES, YOU CAN THINK BETTER, which means you can tap into your inner strength and ultimately live better, one day at a time.

And yes, of course that’s sometimes easier said than done.

Thinking better when you’re in the heat of a tough season, or at a crossroads in life, takes guidance and practice.

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