We can’t have awesome days every day.

It would be nice if we could, but that’s not something I can promise.

People will be mean to you.

You will feel sick or lethargic.

Your goals will feel further away than ever.

You will feel as though nothing is going right.

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Had a rude customer?

Smile and move on.

Someone in the car park gave you the finger for no apparent reason?

Smile and move on.

Didn’t get the outcome you were after?

Smile and move on.

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When you get to heaven, you won’t be holding a grudge against anyone.

It won’t matter that you were treated badly by your boss.

You won’t care that your siblings received favourable treatment compared to you.

All of those harsh and unfair words that were spoke about you will fade away.

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Nelson Mandela once said,

“May your choices reflect your hopes, not your fears.”

This is my prayer for you today.

That your career decisions.

Your voting decisions.

Your financial decisions.

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You know what you should do next.

You know what your career can look like.

You know how hard you should be working.

You know how you should be treating your loved ones.

You know how you should discipline your kids.

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Death is a morbid subject, but it’s inevitable for all of us.

But before we die we all have a wonderful opportunity to live.

To go after those dreams that God has placed in your heart.

To build a meaningful career doing work that matters.

To take adventures.

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Your success isn’t dependent upon your external circumstances.

You don’t need the stars to align to do remarkable things with your life.

Those obstacles in your way may slow you down for a moment, but they don’t need to stop you.

And you don’t need everyone around you to be cheering you on.

You just need an anytime, anywhere attitude.

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Timmy and Tammy loved playing the piano.

They both practiced hard and were getting better and better each week.

One day, their teacher had some exciting news.  There was a concert coming up and they both had the opportunity to play in public for the first time.

Timmy and Tammy looked wide-eyed at each other with a mix of excitement and trepidation.

“What would it be like?” they wondered.

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When the boss is away, that’s not the time to slack off, that’s the time to step up.

When your business is extremely busy, that’s not the time to cave in under the pressure, that’s the time to step up.

When you’re behind on a deadline, that’s not the time to make excuses, that’s the time to step up.

When your team is behind late in the last quarter, that’s not the time to give up, that’s the time to step up.

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That first draft that you wrote, that you quickly tore up in embarrassment.

That first speech you ever gave, when you stuttered and shook and didn’t look up once.

That first sales call, when you felt incredibly awkward and was hung up on.

That first attempt at cooking, when you burnt the toast and ended up eating out.

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