“Man is what he believes – believe in yourself” ― Amit Abraham
"A man is but the product of his thoughts. What he thinks, he becomes."
– Mahatma Gandhi, Indian leader
“you know other people more than you know yourself . You studied them , you want hang out like them , you want to be just like them . And you know what? You’ve invested so much time on them , you don’t know who you are. I challenge you to spend time by yourself. I challenge you to define your value. To invest in you!”
“Keep marching boys and girls. Keep marching” Rodman Philbrick
Positive and negative thoughts can become self-fulfilling prophecies: What we expect can often come true. If you start off thinking you will mess up a task, the chances are that you will: You may not try hard enough to succeed, you won't attract support from other people, and you may not perceive any results as good enough. Positive thinking is not just the process of feeding your mind with positive thoughts but it’s a negotiation between 2 parts of your brain, the negative part and the positive part, just like any negotiation the side that has much more logical and convincing clues is the one that will win the negotiation.Your mood is one of the most powerful factors that determines how your day will go. No one in life does everything absolutely right, nor do they do everything absolutely wrong, either. While it’s useful to know what your faults are, dwelling on them creates a false impression in your mind that you’re somehow less valuable than you are. Instead, spend time focusing on the positives in your life. Purpose is a powerful thing. It gets you up in the morning and keeps you awake at night. All successful and generally happy people display high levels of purpose and action orientation. They keep their goals in mind, act on their ideas, follow through with their plans and stay the course until they achieve what they want.