Excellence


“Excellence can be attained if you care more than others think is wise, risk more than others think is safe, dream more than others think is practical and expect more than others think is possible.”
Why do we so desperately pursue this intangible state? How can it be achieved? Be excellent in what and why not strive for perfection instead?
Many of us seek excellence; such a state gives guidelines to one’s behaviour, ethic, attitude, actions and personality. Excellence bear thin lines between being mediocre and the unattainable perfect. While many are quite happy in their comfort zones and look no further for self improvement (e.g.) excessively overweight person, others are expectedly stuck in the quagmire of perfection that drives us in a stress-induced state.
Mediocrity along with Perfection tends to frustrate and damage our rhythmic spirit. The spirit that seeks continuous improvement, one that stretches past or assumed best to new dimensions, one that considers something worthy of ourselves – when done excellent- and not faultless.
Seeking excellence frees the individual to soar on their own accord in areas of expertise. This is a great unique formula to follow; it takes one on a road that goes above and beyond the norm. However accepting when it’s excellent and needs no further -if not unnecessary- improvement. Care more, risk more, dream more, and expect more. How much bad can it do to your lifestyle, moreover the world? Try It!

Will Do


“ Today I will do what others won’t, so tomorrow I can accomplish what others can’t” – Jerry Rice

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Many jobs are beneath some people to tackle. Some say they have no resources and never accomplish anything. If you have time, energy, and ingenuity, you have resources. Have you ever delivered newspapers for a living? That’s income. Have you ever thought of buying two used bicycles; one to ride and one to rent. That;s income. Be clever with your resources. You could have profit and fulfil your dreams of helping others in need. Will you accomplish what others can’t because you are willing to do what others won’t?

WILL DO


“ Today I will do what others won’t, so tomorrow I can accomplish what others can’t” – Jerry Rice

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Many jobs are beneath some people to tackle. Some say they have no resources and never accomplish anything. If you have time, energy, and ingenuity, you have resources. Have you ever delivered newspapers for a living? That’s income. Have you ever thought of buying two used bicycles; one to ride and one to rent. That;s income. Be clever with your resources. You could have profit and fulfil your dreams of helping others in need. Will you accomplish what others can’t because you are willing to do what others won’t?

Robin Williams Reflection – What is happiness?


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A few weeks back, while chilling with a friend I watched one of Beyonce’s recent music video called ‘Pretty Gurls’ and while there is a surprisingly positive message in the video, I was caught by just one line. “What is your aspiration in life?” asked the man,

Queen B stood at a loss for words as she uttered “thats a great question, what is my aspiration in live? To be happy!” she replied.

It was expected of her, It was and would be her only answer! Why? Everyone in life wants to be happy, from the poverty stricken Africans to the filthy rich publicised entertainers.

Robin Williams tragically took his own life yesterday, a man renowned over the past decade for his sheer ability in bringing laughter, enlightenment and happiness to millions around the globe. A man lavished with praised from the world governing leaders. A man inexhaustible with the most luxurious lifestyle one can ever dream of , yet still, he battled with depression daily.

“I used to think the worst thing in life was to end up all alone, it’s not. The worst thing in life is to end up with people that makes you feel all alone” he once declared.

So what is happiness?

An even Greater soul gave his opinion, “Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.” – Mahatma Gandhi

When our secret thinking, saying and doing have at their epicentre two elements, then harmony and happiness can never fail to result. What are those two elements upon which all of life thrives? It is so simple that many mis out. Love and Gratitude! All things thrive on love and gratitude. Don’t miss out! You can Too! #SpreadtheLove #SpreadtheHappiness

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