Success is not achieved in a vacuum: the people you spend most of your time with and the voices you allow to influence your thoughts play a significant part in your success or lack of it.
Mensah Oteh, The Good Life: Transform your life through one good day
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You can change your perspective on any experience by given it a positive and empowering meaning.
It’s not what happens, it’s what you do that makes the difference to how things turn out. Change your perspective in the way that serves you best.
Focus is central to everything you do, and where your focus goes, energy flows
Focus means exercising the self-discipline required to keep your time, energy and attention directed towards the outcomes you have chosen whilst avoiding all distractions – good or bad.
You will fall short of achieving your goals if your focus is fragmented and your attention, energy, and concentration diversified.
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