Inspirational Messages For LIfe

Hypeless Messages To Show Life Is Not Hopeless

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Keith Braithwaite at Home
 

Hello. My name is Keith Braithwaite and I want to welcome you to InspirationMessages.com.

 
First a little about me; I am fifty two years old, live in the south of England and until a couple of years ago I had worked 30 years in the corporate world at various levels. Fortunately my last employer decided my role was no longer required and I grasped the opportunity to leave and at last take responsibility for my own life. During the previous twenty years I had also studied personal development in a direct sales environment but although I realised much of the words of motivation I had read were true somehow it had not clicked and I was not the super-successful person I had been promised I would be.

Something was wrong. I started to think that perhaps the presentation of the success principles was the problem. There are some amazing teachers out there but a lot of the inspiration messages were presented with such enthusiasm that they went straight by me.

The idea of InspirationMessages.com is to examine the principles taught in a simple, easy to understand manner – without the hype.

I will post regular articles and quotations on here examining the various elements required to help anybody gain the success for which they are looking. I invite you to come along with me to see if you can find whatever it is you would like out of life.  If you want to get involved in the discussion, please feel free to post a comment and maybe help another reader.

Come with me then on what will be a great adventure.
 
 

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Daily Motivating Phrases: Number 468

Daily Motivating Phrases: Number 463

 
 

“The old saying ‘If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’
should be left for plumbing and kept well away
from how we lead our lives at home and at work.
We must question the status quo at all times,
especially when things are going well.
When something goes wrong we naturally want to do it better next time,
but we must train ourselves to want to do it better
even when things go right.
Failure to do this leads to stagnation and eventual breakdown.”

 

Garry Kasparov (How Life Imitates Chess)

 

Lady Cyclist Leading The Pack In Sprint Track Race

 
 

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Daily Motivating Phrases: Number 462

Daily Motivating Phrases: Number 461

 
 

“It’s good to know that this is another choice:
either I can choose to go with the cynical flow
and give up my dreams because they’re all impossible anyway.
Or I can be brave,
trust the power within me and go after my goals regardless.
I love this saying:
It’s better to try 100 things and fail half of them,
than try one thing and get it perfect.”

 

Sally Gunnell (Be Your Best)

 

Sepia Portrait Of Sally Gunnell

 
 

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Daily Motivating Phrases: Number 460

 
 

“Since so few people genuinely attend to others,
those who will learn to draw out the other person
can be guaranteed all the friendships they can handle
and can be assured of deepening the relationships they presently own.
“The road to the heart,” wrote Voltaire, “is the ear.””

 

Alan Loy McGinnis (The Friendship Factor)

 

Mature Couple Wearing Black Looking Fondly At Each Other

 
 

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Daily Motivating Phrases: Number 459

 
 

 “‘Take care’ is an innocent cliché parents and other adults often use.

Yet these two words may have done more harm than you might believe.

While well-intended, they can set up an over-cautiousness that leads to fear.

When someone is facing an obstacle, challenge or setback, it might be better to say

‘take charge.’

After all, life is an opportunity, without taking charge, nothing much happens.”

 

Jay Rifenbary (No Excuse! I’m Doing It)

 

Black and White Image Of Young Bearded Man Standing In Passageway

 
 

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Daily Motivating Phrases: Number 458

 
 

“He laughed and realized that he had started to change
as soon as he had learned to laugh at himself
and at what he had been doing wrong.
He realized the fastest way to change is to laugh at your own folly
– then you can let go and quickly move on.”

 

Spencer Johnson (Who Moved My Cheese?)

 

Beautiful Sophisticated Lady In Purple Wrap Laughing

 
 

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Daily Motivating Phrases: Number 457

Daily Motivating Phrases: Number 456