What matters is not how many things you know, but rather how well you know the things that matter.
Start the day by being true to yourself and trust your gut.
DAD: By not being present, we scatter ourselves; and that scattering causes us to look for fulfillment in the wrong places.
DAD: Never. Worrying doesn’t change outcomes. Worrying ruins your day. Worrying distracts you from the work at hand.
DAD: Quiet leaders don’t raise their voices. They listen more than they speak.
DAD: Silence helps us to eliminate distractions from our daily life.
Prayer is recognition that we can’t figure out this thing called life, on our own.
DAD: Everyone prays. The peace and love our hearts long for is our unspoken prayer.
DAD: Our basic needs never change. The need to be seen and appreciated, the need to belong and the need for a little love!
If you view life as merely achieving goals, you will have the illusion of success.
DAD: Don’t assume your future is not bright. A lot of positive things will happen in your future that you are not yet aware of.
DAD: You have to remain consistent, don’t strive for perfection and learn to say “No” more often.
DAD: You can only control your behaviour. If you try to change every other person, you are going to be miserable.
DAD: A diary helps you to pay attention to your life and it’s a good place to keep bad ideas.
Comparison makes us feel as if life is a race. The only benefit to comparison is inspiration.
Thinking is valueless, unless it leads to doing.
Unfortunately, he had it backwards. When you accept responsibility, you give yourself power.
Change takes you out of your comfort zone and makes you vulnerable. Being vulnerable is a sign of strength, not weakness.