Be bold and courageous. When you look back on your life, you'll regret the things you didn't do more than the things you did. When facing a difficult task, act as though it is impossible to fail. If you're going to climb Mount Everest, bring along the American flag. Go from looking at what you can see to believing what you can have. Don't undertake a plan unless it is distinctly important and nearly impossible.
Don't bunt - aim out of the ballpark.It is difficult to say what is truly impossible, for what we take for granted today seemed impossible yesterday. Learn to be comfortable with big dreams.
The readiness to take risks is our grasp of faith. Unless a man takes on more than he can possibly do, he will never do all that he can.The most disappointed people in the world are those who get just what is coming to them and no more. There are a lot of ways to become a failure, but never taking a chance is the most successful. Some things have to be believed to be seen. Attempt something so fantastic that unless God is in it, it is destined for failure.
Your vision is your potential worth.- John L Mason, from the book You're Born An Original - Don't Die A Copy!(to find out more about this book, please go to www.freshword.
com/resources)..John Mason is a national best-selling author, nationally recognized speaker and book coach.He has authored fourteen books including An Enemy Called Average, You're Born An Original-Don't Die A Copy, Let Go of Whatever Makes You Stop, and Know Your Limits-Then Ignore Them which have sold over 1.
4 million copies and have been translated into twenty-five languages throughout the world."I have posted a special message for you to see on my website http://www.freshword.com. In it I talk about right associations and the effect they can have on whether you succeed in life or not.
Your best friends should bring out the best in you! If you are an author, or want to be, I have many resources specifically designed for you. Also, make sure to sign up for my Nugget of the Week - I would love to inspire you." - John Mason.
By: John L. Mason