Pay the price

A man can be as great as he wants to be. If you believe in yourself and have the courage, the determination, the dedication, the competitive drive and if you are willing to sacrifice the little things in life and pay the price for the things that are worthwhile, it can be done.

Vince Lombardi

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Believe in your dreams

The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.

Eleanor Roosevelt

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A motivating pun

Success comes in cans, failure in cant’s.

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Are you having fun?

People rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they are doing.

Dale Carnegie

This is a profound fact about success.

As long as you do not enjoy whatever you are doing, you will never be good at it.

Work can fulfill your life, yes. But it is not about the abstract thing ‘work’, but about its content. Work, that you truly love, can fulfill your life.

Remember this important fact and think about your job or your perspective.

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Skill

Those who are skilled in combat do not become angered, those who are skilled at winning do not become afraid.

Thus the wise win before the fight, wile the ignorant fight to win.

O Sensei Ueshiba

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Don’t like waiting in line?

Go the extra mile – It’s never crowded.

Push harder than the average person and you will find yourself in an environment that is free of lazy, sbobing human beings. Avoid the lazy and unambitioned ones, surround yourself with creative and enthusiastic people and go the extra mile!

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Be a man of value!

Try not to become a man of success, but rather try to become a man of value.

Albert Einstein

Being a man of value is important and awesome for yourself and other people around you. That’s why Igor Burdetskiy from Mastering the Art of being unstoppable put together a list of what it means to live with integrity and have value.

  1. Have Integrity – when you say you are going to do something, do it. Do not under deliver or make up excuses
  2. Always be on Time – Always, no matter what. This falls under integrity, but is so important it needs to be listed on it’s own
  3. Treat every single person you meet as a best friend, and they will become one
  4. Think in terms of the other person’s perspective as much as your own
  5. Respect all elders and be a role model to those younger than you
  6. Forgive.
  7. If a friend has a quirky trait about them that really annoys you, help them improve upon it
  8. Knowledge is happiness, happiness is knowledge
  9. Don’t lead people on
  10. Every person has value and is your superior at something
  11. Wherever you are and whoever you are with, enjoy their company and have them enjoy yours
  12. Leaders eat last. Leaders take care of their tribe.
  13. Do not gossip or talk about someone behind his or her back. It will always come back to that person, and people will worry you say negative things about them to others
  14. Be prepared and stick to your morals no matter the situation, especially the ones that test them
  15. Do not belittle people. Do not be knowingly ignorant.
  16. Treat life as a beautiful experiment; be curious; Create value
  17. Listen. Listen. Listen.
  18. Treat guests like family
  19. Family, above all, is most important – cherish them
  20. Chase your dreams, not money.
  21. Don’t leave people hanging. If they text, email, or call you, respond in a timely manner
  22. Remember your best friend’s and family’s birthdays, and personally call them
  23. Never show up to a party or gathering empty handed. Always add to the party, don’t just consume.
  24. Think before you speak. Then think some more.
  25. Live for the big moments, enjoy all of the small ones
  26. Your feelings and thoughts become reality. Pay attention to your feelings and what you think about
  27. Show appreciation when appreciation is due. Pay attention to the things people do that affect you
  28. Be consistent. Don’t fall off the wagon easily or jump from one thing to another.
  29. When you do something, do it very well. Or don’t do it at all.
  30. Always pay back money you borrow and return things you borrow on time
  31. Show up. Show up to wherever you said you were going to. Show up to the things you may not have necessarily promised to attend, but know you should be there. 90% of living life is just showing up.

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