TIPS TO REMEMBER DAILY AND PUT INTO PRACTICE BY PAULETTE L. MOTZKO

Tips To Remember Daily and Put Into Practice by Paulette L. Motzko

Copywrite October 2019

With the coral-hued sunset comes the promise for a brilliant, new day. No matter how bad your day is there will always be tomorrow’s promise.

On your worst of days make a list of 10 things you’re grateful for and you will immediately feel better.

Use what you have until you have something better and enjoy and savor that. But the worst thing you can do is nothing because you don’t have exactly what you want. Buy the best you can afford, put all your heart and soul into using whatever tool that is and you will do great work, no matter what your field.

You’re doing great as long as you’re moving forward because you’re creating momentum. When you make excuses you go nowhere.

Don’t be complacent or apathetic ever.

Compassion and a proactive  nature make the world great.

Helping and mentoring make brilliant human beings and help others to live life to the fullest. Help or mentor someone today.

Learn something new everyday and read voraciously and take advantage of all the forms of books Google Play Books, Kindle, audio books like Audible and LibriVox and your friendly overlooked public library.

Spend time alone daily. You will always find peace and when you’re alone you’ll think, problem solve better to where problems unanswered will be solved and you’ll feel refreshed.

I hear my soul speak in solitude and feel a sense of peace no words will ever be able to explain or describe. Practice meditation daily if you don’t already there are apps available on Google Play Store for free now that are easy to use, convenient and they are top notch.

Great people and the work they create are the pride of humanity. Such noble works outlive them and continue helping others forever and improve countless lives they will never ever see.

These are big picture thinkers and doers. Be one of those people. You’ll go down in history and feel great too.

Big picture thinkers never look at how hard something is. They simply just look at the main goal, as though the finished project is visible at that moment as though they were looking through an incredible, imaginary telescope that sees onto the future. I know that is what I do.

I hope I am make huge contributions in the fields of epilepsy like I have and neuroscience, cancer research and the prevention, and treatments for Alzheimer’s disease like my mother and grandmother had.

Mentor quote image by Paulette Motzko.

Other image from Pinterest.

2 thoughts on “TIPS TO REMEMBER DAILY AND PUT INTO PRACTICE BY PAULETTE L. MOTZKO

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.