Learn To Measure Your Words Wisely

 

Julius' Graduation 2017

Learn to measure your words wisely…

Tell nothing but truth. Don’t say you’ll do anything unless you’re sure you’ll indeed do it. Be a straightforward person, humble, peaceful and of great character. Remember: You sow an action, you reap a habit, you sow a habit, you reap a character for the essence of a person is his character. Never waste your valuable energy into loose thinking. Never spend your time on activities that are of no value.

Make this day your true masterpiece…

I like the old saying: “It’s not who you think you’re that holds you back but what you think you’re not”. Learn to think of three people that can motivate, inspire and support your goals and aspirations. Arrange a timetable to meet each one of them over the next few weeks, and take a wise counsel from them, brainstorm and listen to them enthusiastically and map out your strategies.

You’ll meet success beyond your dreams…

Learn to take calculated risks, take chances, take courage. The chances of stubbing your toes increases the more you walk but understand: It’s always better than standing still, going nowhere! Learn not to put yourself before others. And you will become a leader among men. Be gentle, by doing so you can be bold. Someone wise today is waiting to tell you all that you need to know. Seek wise and learn from them. Remember the Chinese’s proverb: The single conversation across the table with a wise man is worth a month’s study of books.

Learn to read something positive and inspirational…

Before going to bed and after waking up in the morning. You will see the magic benefits of this supporting you throughout the week. Remember: Readers are leaders, the more you read the less you fear. In this age of massive information, seek out knowledge, peak performers read a book’s chapter everyday, peak performers are physically relaxed and mentally engaged. People who seek to do good today, prepare a happy tomorrow.

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