Saturday, July 8, 2017
Today’s thought from the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation is:
Limited expectations yield only limited results.
– Susan Laurson Willig
Our thoughts determine our actions, and when our thoughts are negative, our successes are few. What we hold in our mind is certain to be reflected in the day’s activities. And we are capable of fueling our thoughts positively, if we choose to.
Positive self-assessment and uplifting pep talks can become habitual if our desire to live up to our potential is great enough. The expectations we privately harbor, be they small or far-reaching, will set the pace for the progress we make today, and every day.
We can greet a challenge with eager anticipation when we’ve grown accustomed to believing in our capability for success. First, we must expect to handle, with poise, whatever confronts us.
No one but me determines my course today. My success begins in my mind.
You are reading from the book:
The Promise of a New Day by Karen Casey & Martha Vanceburg. © 1983, 1991 by Hazelden Foundation