Be Phenomenal - Monday Motivation

 

"Overcome the notion that you must be regular. It robs you of the chance to be extraordinary" ~Uta Hagen

 

Monday motivation is all about reaching beyond the regular to get to phenomenal. It is about dreaming bigger and expecting better. Find your reason to get a higher place...to a better place and make it happen. Make it a reality.

 

Key Points:

  • Do you believe that one day you will live in a world that you dream of.
  • You have to go in the future and see it happen and then come back in the present.
  • See the big reality and then make small steps to make it happen.
  • Start where you are with what you have because what you have is plenty.
  • You don't have to be perfect. You don't have to be perfect to get what you want, to be what you want, to do what you want, to have what you want.
  • You have to create the perfect time and the perfect situation.
  • When you have a goal that you are stretching for or reaching for that takes you out of your comfort zone, you will find out some talents that you have that you did not realize you had.
  • You are phenomenal and you will attract phenomenal.
  • You will never be successful until you turn your pain into greatness.
  • You are phenomenal and you will attract phenomenal.
  • It does not take any drive to be a loser.
  • You have 86,400 seconds in a day and how you use those are critical.
  • When life knocks you down try to land on your back. If you can look up, you can get up.
  • If you want to make this your decade, you have to say yes to your life and yes to your dreams.
  • When you die, leave no dream left behind.
  • You have to want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe.

 

What positive things will you do this week that will take you to the phenomenal? I would love for you to share via social or in the comments below.

 

Shelley Worsham

Founder, That Girl Shelley

Website: http://www.thatgirls

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