A place to share the great experiences that have happened as a direct result of Positive Thinking. Also quotes and inspiring stories to encourage others. Need a boost? This is the place to get it! All positive thinkers are welcome!
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  • Where There Is Hope...There is____________________ !

    Now, Fill in the Blank.

    -A.M.
  • Thanks for the Food 4 Thought Penny. These reminders help us stay on track. I think I'll hold on tight to my "priceless possessions." Cathi
  • No worries, Kevin! We knew exactly what you meant to say!

    Hugs,

    Penny
  • I see that the typo fairies are really in full attack on my last post.....aaaarrrrrgggghhhhh!!!!!
  • Well, I finally figured out how to use some more of this site and I now have some demos up in my profile. I the process of reviewing everything that I have done from Day 1 I see how far I still have to go. So many of them sounded so lame to me; no wonder I didn't get the gigs. "A work in progress." Sure wish that ther were some poeple I could hang out with here at home that are very creative so it would rub off on me and make me better.
  • Thanks, Penny!
    Wonderfully inspiring thoughts.
    Your Earl Nightingale quote reminded me of my early days in radio when our network aired: "Our Changing World" -- Nightingale's long-running radio show.

    Hugs back to you!

    Glad Faith
  • FOOD 4 THOUGHT

    "Everything that's really worthwhile in life comes to us free - our minds, our souls, our bodies, our hopes, our dreams, our intelligence, our love of family and friends and country. All of these priceless possessions are free."
    ~Earl Nightingale

    Think about it. You can lose all of your money and start over. If your house burns down, you can rebuild it. But things that cost you nothing, you can never replace.

    One of the most important keys to self-motivation is to clearly identify your core values in life. You must decide what matters most. Why the need to identify your values? Many people think, "I know what's important; I don't need a list to remind me." What they don't fully understand, however, is that those core values will often serve as critical guides for making important decisions. When they're in doubt, your core values will cut through the fog like a beacon in the night.

    We all know there are many distractions along the road of life that will try to pull us away from our values. Sometimes we are forced to make difficult choices. But a good rule of thumb is that when you have to sacrifice material possessions for one of those "free things" that life has given you...you've made the right choice.

    This is one of 50 short chapters in the book Charging the Human Battery...50 Ways to Motivate Yourself, by Mac Anderson, founder of Simple Truths. I highly recommend it!

    Hope you're all having a terrific week!

    Hugs,

    Penny
  • Really like your quote Arthur... yes, it is ironic. I'm chasing!

    Also, I'm encouraged by Kevin Doherty's "good news" story. I certainly can relate!

    Cathi
  • Welcome, Jim! It's great to have you with us. Please feel free to share your VO story with us, if you like. We'd like to get to know you better.

    LOVE the quote, Arthur! This week, I will CHASE my dreams!!!!

    Hugs

    Penny
  • It's time for the A.M. Tri-Weekly Quote...or is it Try-Weekly????

    Don't follow your dreams; chase them.

    - Richard Dumb

    Ironic...No?
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