Tag Archive: Abraham Lincoln Quotes

Jul 27

What WORDS Are You listening To The Most?

By The Power Of Your Words  What words are you feeding on, whether it is words of insecurity like “I can’t do that” or “I am stupid” or “nobody likes me” or all those negative words that have been spoken over you in the past by other people.  Whatever you think on or mediate on the most will be the biggest on …

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Jun 29

Quote of the day

“Let no feeling of discouragement prey upon you, and in the end you are sure to succeed.”  Abraham Lincoln  In life we must not keep our eyes on the problem because discouragement will come. Instead focus on the solution or the end result you want to see. I know that can be hard. So what …

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Jun 26


This is a short one today. Found this on Bob Harrison twitter. Colin Powell told me at dinner, “Most people need encouragement more than you will ever know.” Have you encouraged someone today? #nugget — Dr Increase (@DrIncrease) May 31, 2013 I love to encourage people and if I had one thing I could say today …

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Jun 20

The Act of Moving Forward!

Empower Network

Moving Forward The Past I know I write on moving forward a lot but I also know it is where Entrepreneur and people in general can often get stuck thinking about past mistakes or decisions made. Yes, we can learn from them our past mistakes and decisions, but we can ‘t change the past, we can …

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Jun 19

Quote of the Day

The Power of Thoughts and Words  

Jun 18

You’re Right!

You’re Right! What you think and say about yourself and your future, starts you in that direction.

Jun 05

Something To Think About.

Secret to Success What is it that you do on a daily basis? Is it moving you forward and keep you back? One of my “Aha moments” is this quote I heard from Terri Savelle Foy  “The secret to success is in your routine!” So keep that in mind when you are planning your day for tomorrow. Is …

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Jun 03

What’s next?

What’s next? Failure can often create a fear to try again. But a winner picks themselves up and moves forward. Then asks what’s next? “My great concern is not whether you have failed, but whether you are content with your failure.” Abraham Lincoln


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