Saturday, January 24, 2015

It’s never too late for a New Beginning # 1

 Take that second chance! Be the comeback kid. You can begin again. You can rebuild your life! Here is part one.

 “To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven…” Ecclesiastes 3: 1-8 KJV
“Turn! Turn! Turn!” by Pete Seeger
Know when it is your time to step up and shine. Then take that bow and go on to do great things!
“The winds of grace blow all the time – all we need to do is set our sails.” Ramakrishna
It is only when I am still and completely relaxed that I get my brightest inspirations. Then I can embrace the winds with my focus on the task at hand so intense that everything else around me loses traction.

“Take risks… If you win, you will be happy. If you loose, you will be wise.” Debby Witter
Be bold. Claim the victory before you start. Take responsibility. When you’re wrong, say you’re sorry - immediately.

“Play without fear of failure. When no one gives you a chance you may as well give it your best shot. Just relax the shackles and play with freedom. Just express yourself.” Herschelle Gibbs (175 runs from 111 balls) in world record 438 runs ODI (One Day International) win by South African Proteas against Australia on 12 March 2006
Enough said!

“Go confidently in the direction of your dreams.” Thoreau
The secret of achievement is to hold a picture of a successful outcome in mind. Start only once you have envisioned the victorious end result. Then forget about the difficulties in-between.

“It’s an attitude. A decision you make. A confidence.” Anonymous

Believe that you will always make the right decision. Courage isn’t the absence of fear, but acting in the midst of fear. Just pace yourself and tackle each obstacle as it comes. 
“Never, never, never, never give up!” Sir Winston Churchill, 1941
Keep on keeping on. Don’t give up. Ever. Don’t quit. Ever. Doubt your doubt. Take it one step at a time. Devise an action plan with dates and steps. Find out what resources you need in terms of skills, people, time, and money.
And how do you celebrate your new beginning? I’m biased of course, but believe there’s nothing better than sharing a glass of Champagne with your loved ones. Or else a glass of New Beginnings wine will do rather well. But do this realizing that each get-together is a unique once-off experience. Cherish it each time!


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