MOTIVATION: DON’T DIE HESITATING
Time is clicking. Don’t die hesitating!
How to RISE and GRIND – every day!
Wake up and give the biggest smile you can make.
Open your window and smile at the sun. Feel your cheek muscles hurting.
Blink slowly 10 times. Keep smiling.
Think about having an amazing day full of joy!
Do your morning routine with your favorite upbeat song playing!
Be enthusiastic about what needs to be done today.
Work hard today. Live hard today. Achieve what you want with intensity.
Grind as hard as you can.
Whenever you are in a bad mood or about to abandoned something find a reason why you feel the way you do.
Accept it or let go of a thing.
Think of the future. Be about the future.
Empower yourself: you are the key to your own success and happiness like the cherry on top of the world.
Rise and grind – every day!
5 Things Successful People Won’t Do
In today’s Thoughtful Tuesday ADAMwontLOSE discusses 5 things successful people won’t do.
1. They don’t sweat the small stuff
2. Don’t waste their time of their weaknesses
3. They don’t hesitate
4. They won’t budge
5. They won’t give up
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Inspiration Story: Living the I WONT LOSE life
Today we share an inspiration story about Glenn who has adopted an I Wont Lose mindset to achieve his goals. Do you live the iwontlose lifestyle? Let us know!
Adam Ali, founder of I Won’t Lose, health & fitness inspiration video
(VIDEO) #fromtheheart: iWontLose Inspiration
IF THERE IS BREATH THERE IS LIFE!
ANY DAY ABOVE GROUND IS A GOOD DAY!
WATCH THIS WEEKS THOUGHTFUL TUESDAY VIDEO for some pure inspiration.
Inspiration: Roberto Clemente
Roberto Clemente is easily one of the best players to ever play Major League Baseball, Roberto Clemente amassed over 200 Home Runs, drove in over 1300 Runs, and hit .317 over his illustrious 18-year baseball career. In addition to being one of the best, Clemente also made providing for those in his native Puerto Rico (and many other Latin American countries) a primary priority in his life. Clemente was regularly seen directly delivering food and baseball equipment to the nations to ensure that they were received as he had intended. Clemente was always at the forefront of global need and in 1972 was one of the first to respond in helping earthquake victims in Nicaragua. Unfortunately on his way to Nicaragua to provide aid Clemente’s plane crashed killing the star baseball player and humanitarian at the age of 37. In honor of his extraordinary efforts, Major League Baseball has named it’s annual Humanitarian Award the Roberto Clemente Award.
LIVE YOUR DREAMS
Words by Les Brown