Quotes from Journey To You
- There are only two choices in life: Be someone who inspires others, or be someone who watches others inspire.
· Stop trying to impress people you don’t really like anyway.
· Every minute you engage in an activity your soul abhors, you reduce your life expectancy by an equal amount of time.
· When looking back on your life, you’ll most regret failing to act then taking action and realizing what weak-minded people terms as failure.
· Remember that, at one point, everything was new. Retrain your brain to experience life without the filter of preconceived notions.
· Rid yourself of generalizations to open yourself to options.
· Pay attention to how you internalize and compress your life experiences. Anything from your past that you choose to relive becomes a permanent part of your identity. Take care which memories you commit to.
· Don’t let your childhood control your present and future.
· If making a decision is a decision-making process in itself, you’re tied up in Emotional Bureaucracy. Seek to eliminate both fear and expectation and act.
· FEAR – Forget Everything About Reality.
· There’s only ONE thing standing between where you are and where you want to be—it’s called your WHAT. Identify the ONE thing your soul is compelled to do and everything else falls magically into place.
· Recognize whenever you’re faced with a “Moment of Truth” that will have a meaningful impact on your life...and then make the choice that’s most nourishing for you. Every time you do otherwise, you relinquish a vital piece of your core identity and move away from living as your true self.
· Minimize life’s material illusions and focus on achieving contentment and satisfaction from who you are and what you do.
· Establish space between life as it happens and your reaction to those events. This will give you incredible control, allowing you to always be in charge of the next moment of your life.
· Avoid time-consuming distractions that keep you from focusing on your most important personal goals.
· When you focus on pursuing your life’s calling, you may be pleasantly surprised at how issues that used to bother you have a lot less impact.
· The utopia at the end of the rainbow—with flowing streams, beautiful people, and eternal happiness—is a myth. The destination is the road. The journey is the destination.