You don't solve a problem by creating another problem
Here is the first rule of winning: don't beat yourself. Have you found that your biggest enemy is you? Dwight L. Moody said it best when he said, "I have never met a man who has given me as much trouble as myself."
Most of the important battles we face will be waged within ourselves. There are two forces warring against each other inside us. One says, "You can't!" The other says, "You can! " Be encouraged by this fact found in the book of Mathew, "with God all things are possible."
The basic problem most people have is that they are doing nothing to solve their basic problem. This problem is: they build case against themselves. They are their own worst enemy.
Don't put water in your own boat, the storms of life will put enough in on their own.
We lie loudest when we lie to ourselves. You can't consistently perform in a manner that is inconsistent with the way you see yourself, says zigz ziglar.
Determine to multiply your commitment, divide your distractions, subtract your excuses and add your faith. The first key victory you must win is over yourself
Do you quit after victory?
There are two times when a person is likely to quit, after a failure or after a victory. Instead, if it at first you do succeed, try something harder. All progress is due to those who were not sati8to let well enough alone.
Acorns were good until bread was found..... Sir Frances Bacon.
The majority of men fail because of their lack of persistence in creating new plans to improve those that succeed.
Do more than required and continue doing it. "The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little extra," says Zig Ziglar. There is always a way, then their is always a better way.
When you have found something look gain. "It is what you learn after you know it all that counts, " says John Wooden.
A successful man continue to look for work after he has found a job.
Show me a thoroughly satisfied man, and I will show you a failure said Thomas Edison.
There are two kinds of men who never amount to very much, "Cyrus H. K. Curtis remarked to his associates, Edward Bok. "And what kind are those?" inquired Bok. "Those who cannot do what they are told. " replied the famous publisher, " and those who can do nothing else, "
Find a better way and make that way better.