Thoughts about the blueprint of your future…

“If we misread the blueprint of our life, we need not be ashamed of backtracking on our chosen options. Admitting to mistakes may make us human and maybe great again.”

“Everybody that’s successful lays a blueprint out.” Kevin Hart

“Cherish your visions and your dreams, as they are the children of your soul; the blueprints of your ultimate achievements.” Napoleon Hill

I’ve been regressing about my past if I have any regrets. In a way I do and in other ways I don’t. Growing up my dream was always to become a lawyer but that never happened and I became a teacher instead. Simply deprived of the means to support that dream. During my generation, universities or colleges are all in Manila unlike now where universities are spread out in all provinces and the quality of education is at par. I am driven with the thought whatever happened with your life you make the best out of it. No doubt threading a different destiny, I made a niche being a success story myself with my myriad of accomplishments later in life.

And these thoughts…

How do you imagine yourself to be? Imagination alone won’t make it happen, yet it does guide your expectations and actions.

See yourself as struggling, and you’ll continue to struggle. See yourself as achieving, and you’ll continue to achieve.

Decide to have respect for yourself, and you’ll find yourself doing what is respectable. Choose to feel confident, and your efforts all benefit from that confidence.

Talk positively to yourself, and discover how encouraging and empowering it can be. Step forward with faith in your abilities, and you’ll find yourself working to earn that faith.

Your image of yourself plays a major role in your goals, your plans, your levels of determination and success. Make that image the best you can imagine.

Think highly of yourself. With how you live, with how you act, continually give yourself plenty of good reasons to think that way.

Published by thetimessite

I’m the founder of Enjoy Weekend Guide. Running multiple businesses has its challenges, yet I love it. I’m also the CEO/Founder of Mountain Creek Coffee, family- owned business. So just a little about me and my endeavors that keep me busy.

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