I have learned that putting my priorities first is not selfish, it is the only way to sustain a healthy and happy life.
I have learned the secret to getting extraordinary results in anything in life is to focus only on one thing at a time.
I have learned that the only limits on my life are the ones that I unintentionally have put on myself.
I have learned that it’s better to not demand more from this world, but to demand more from myself.
I have learned that if I want a better life, I must make better daily choices.
I have learned to never judge another human being’s journey.
I have learned that my peace of mind is much more important than having to be right.
I have learned that procrastination is a form of self-sabotage and just creates more doubt, fear and worry for myself.
I have learned to not allow myself to get distracted by things that have nothing to do with my priorities in life.
I have learned that three of the most dangerous words you can think or speak are “I know that.”