The quote I chose for this week is by Tony Gaskins.
I chose this quote because I feel like people get too wrapped up in what other people think and say about them. I used to care about what other people thought of me, but over the past few years, I have gotten to the point where I like to know what people think of me, but I no longer allow any of it to affect me. I don’t let myself stress or worry about things that I can’t change because I have enough of my own problems that I need to worry about and focus on. Those are just a few of my thoughts on this quote.
What do you think of this week’s quote by Tony Gaskins?
This week I chose a quote by Jim Rohn. I have used several quotes by him over the years, and this one might be one of my favorites from him. Let’s get into what I think about it below it.
I loved this quote because it reminds me that I need to focus on the present to be happy. I find that we all can get stuck just focusing on the future and we all forget that you need to be present and enjoying your life as things happen. This quote reminds me of watching my nephew grow up and I often had to tell my brother not to wish away the time you get with them when they are little and as they grow up. It is amazing how he changes from day to day, and I know that people in his life don’t spend the time playing with him and watching him change. Those are just a few of my thoughts on this quote. Let me know what you think in the comments below!
The quote I chose for this week is by Dr. Steve Maraboli.
I chose this quote because like most of the quotes from this past month I am working on staying positive and not letting negative people affect me. I work in the construction field and more times than not customers come in pissed off or call pissed off, and it always has rubbed off on me. I have actually been making an effort to not let other people make me upset when I am at work. I have though gotten to the point at work where I don’t really care is someone doesn’t like me because of one reason or another. I just reached the point in life where I am happy with who I am so why I should stress because someone I work with doesn’t like me? If they have a valid reason, then I have no problem listening to what they are saying and trying to make a change, but most times I just ignore people because no one will come up and talk to me about it. Those are just a few of the thoughts I have about this quote.
What do you think about this week’s quote by Dr. Steve Maraboli?