Fear, procrastination, setbacks or discouragement will suck the life out of you if you let them.
What’s your plan of counter-action? Exercise? Reading? Prayer? Meditation?
Words have real power. Words have the power to destroy and the power to build up (Proverbs 12:6).
Here are 21 pragmatic one-line insights on defeating your fears, breaking free of procrastination and being fruitful.
21 One-Line Wonders
#1. Dream Big. Start small. Act now.
#2. Eat a “frog” first thing in the morning.
#3. Victims make excuses. Leaders deliver results.
#4. Your daily behavior reveals your deepest beliefs.
#5. Worry about nothing. Pray about everything. You’ll get through this.
#6. A problem is only a problem when viewed as a problem.
#7. Change your thinking and change your life.
#8. Your excuses are nothing more than the lies your fears have sold you.
#9. Where victims see adversity, overcomers see opportunity.
#10. Success is when opportunity meets preparation.
#11. Small daily improvements over time lead to stunning results.
#12. Criticism is the price of ambition.
#13. Seven days without prayer makes one weak.
#14. Ordinary people love entertainment. Extraordinary people love education.
#15. Clarity breeds mastery.
#16. The only failure is not trying.
#17. Focus is more valuable than IQ.
#18. God doesn’t call the qualified. God qualifies the called.
#19. The things that are hardest to do are often the things that are the best to do.
#20. An addiction to distraction is the end of your creative production.
#21. Life is short. Be of use.
Thanks to the Bible, Mark Twain, Christine Caine and fellow Canadian, Robin Sharma, for the quotes.
APPLICATION: Which is your favourite one-liner above? What is one-liner #22 for you? Please leave a comment below.
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