I’ve mentioned before that I was planning on moving the blog, and your subscriptions will be going along with me. Email subscribers will continue to receive email notifications of new posts as before.
WordPress.com followers will only see new posts in the Reader. You will not receive email updates unless you subscribe to receive those on my new site, which you can do on the Subscriptions widget of the new site.
It’s changing from www.adjustingyourfocus.wordpress.com to www.adjustingyourfocus.com. Just taking out 10 spaces.
See ya on the other side…
And I hope I don’t leave some boxes behind… I’m great at screwing things up.
Success is a direct result of taking action.
Don’t look at success as only the end result of achieving your dream. Even a baby step is action. Setbacks happen. Don’t let it paralyze you. Taking a baby step every day is what gets you closer to reaching your goals.
Each baby step is a rung on your ladder of success or each foothold up the rock. Success is not at the top of that ladder or mountain. It is in each baby step that you take to reach your destination. Any action you take toward your goal equals success, because it propels you forward. Celebrate every baby step. You are worth it. And every bit of action you take is worth a celebration.
What action have you taken today? What’s your definition of success?
Photo courtesy of me and our visit to Sedona, Arizona.
If you want something you’ve never had, then you’ve got to do something you’ve never done.
There is no elevator to success. You have to take the stairs.
Do something today that your future self will thank you for.
Old ways won’t open new doors.
Get out of your own way. (my personal favorite)
Don’t be pushed by your problems. Be led by your dreams. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
Be so good they can’t ignore you.
Ask yourself if what you are doing today is getting you closer to where you want to be tomorrow.
Constantly challenge yourself.
Of these, which is the most inspiring to you?
Have an inspired day, you guys!
If you don’t like the s-word, just use the a-word. 🙂