Here I go again… sharing Instagram accounts. Today’s favorite is @ladyaxolotl. I found her account via @wolfgang224‘s account. And I’m so glad I did! Her work is a lot of fun. …Plus, I’m glad she’s a fan of leggings too.
“Think little goals and expect little achievements.”
“Remember, you see in any situation what you expect to see.”
“Then it dawned on me that no one else was going to believe in me until I believed in myself.”
“Success depends on the support of other people. The only hurdle between you and what you want to be is the support of others.”
“Do what you fear and fear disappears.”
“Action cures fear.”
“How you think determines how you act. How you act, in turn, determines how others react to you.”
“Belief triggers the power to do.”
All quotes by David J. Schwartz
When do you feel connected to something greater than yourself?
What makes you feel most alive? (List 3 ways it could be part of your daily routine.)
What accomplishment will you celebrate at the end of this year?
When do you feel like your best self? (List 3 ways you could feel like that everyday.)
What are 5 things you would do if you had 50 million sitting in your bank?
What is your biggest fear? (List 3 ways you could you overcome it.)
What would make next year your best year yet?
What is something you would love to change about your life? (List 3 ways you could change it as soon as possible.)
After you write all of your answers — get an accountability buddy and get busy! Make your desires a reality, and have FUN while you live your wild adventure (called life).
Invite someone dangerous to tea.
Allow the OUTRAGEOUS!
Teatime is the caffeine version of nap time.
Fling yourself into story telling and tea sipping.
Reveal your best dangerous self.
There are no rules!
Wear hats and gloves, and tell your most fabulous stories.
Invite someone you’ve always wanted to meet!
Be an adventure.
“If you focus more on the adventure of trying, the outcome doesn’t hold so much power. Growing up my dad would encourage me to fail, to take risks, and try new things. After a perceived failure (because the only real failure is not trying), he would ask me what I got from the experience. I didn’t understand at the time why he was “forcing” me to recap failures. I eventually learned that there were always hidden blessings. Always some beautiful nugget that made my life more interesting and richer. Failure can either traumatize and immobilize us, or it can be seen as brave, daring and full of juicy nuggets that make us far more interesting than sitting on the couch. To think more like the latter takes practice and discipline, but it’s so worth it. Throughout my life, in reflection, I realized if given the choice, I would always choose the adventure over the outcome.” @sarablakely
Quote from Sara Blakely’s Instagram account
Plus one more…
“Please, please, please be brave with your life! I often think about the end of my life, sitting in a rocking chair talking to my friend Christina (I’ve known since I was 3). I don’t want to be saying, “well, I wanted to try this, and that, and this, and that, but I didn’t because I was scared.” No way! #Goals be the one in the nursing home with the best stories! 👍😉 #BeBraveWithYourLife #NoRegrets”