“I have molded my life around the fact that work is the best way to move people out of poverty and that work is at the core of human dignity, but that’s not all that there is.” – Leila Janah
In order to improve our own lives, and the lives of those around us, we have to take charge, make good decisions, and work like it all depends on us.
There is something about working like it ALL depends on US that creates within us a high level of credibility, grows our self-confidence, capabilities, strength, hope, and faith. Having something to do and somewhere to go gets us out of our own minds and into motion. When it comes to starting the day out right, it’s all about momentum.
When we win the morning, we win the entire day.
Hal Elrod has a great recipe for success that centers around not only working hard, but also working smart. He is worth researching on YouTube.
Have you ever NOT had a job, purpose for the day or the week, or had anything you had to do? Do you remember how you felt? Doesn’t it make you grateful for the times when you DID have a job to do and you did it well? I have been in both situations, and I know which one made me feel better!
Today’s challenge for myself: Today I will make the time to listen to this interview with Leila Janah, and work on building:
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