Inspirational Messages For LIfe

Hypeless Messages To Show Life Is Not Hopeless

Daily Motivating Phrases: Number 467

 
 

“Having a sense of humour is vital,
not just to amuse yourself at parties
but as an essential psychological resource
Research has shown that when we smile we release serotonin,
otherwise known as ‘happy chemicals, in the brain.”

 

Paul McKenna (Change Your Life In 7 Days)

 

Handsome Bearded Man In Black Tie Laughing

 
 

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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)

 

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Daily Motivating Phrases: Number 462

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)

 

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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)

 

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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?)

 

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Daily Motivating Phrases: Number 457

Daily Motivating Phrases: Number 456

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