Aloha, and MeleKalikiMaka (Merry Christmas)!
I absolutely love this time of year… more than you can Imagine!
The Holidays bring out the best in people.
This week I like to put performance into perspective, and the key word is LOVE.
If you LOVE what you do, and you become GREAT at doing it, you are successful beyond your wildest hopes and dreams.
“Love is all you need.” ~ John Lennon
“Love is the master key which opens the gates of happiness.” ~ Oliver Wendell Holmes
“Treasure the love you receive above all. It will survive long after your gold and good health have vanished.” ~ Og Mandino
May the Spirit of Christmas bring you peace…
The gladness of Christmas give you hope…
The warmth of Christmas grant you love.
“Love must be as much a light, as it is a flame.” ~ Henry David Thoreau
Over the years I have found that the most successful people in the world are men and women of FAITH. They instinctively BELIEVE that the future is better than the past, and they have the faith in themselves to take the Actions necessary to make it so.
All successful people face challenging times.
All successful people keep HOPE alive during these times.
It is their prime duty.
For themselves, their families, their organizations.
Personally, I define success as having the peace of mind that comes from knowing that I DO the very best that is within me. This too is a trait of the winners in the world: They have few regrets about this, that and everything else in the past… and are at PEACE with themselves. They know they give it their all.
“If a man/women does his best, what more is there?” ~ General George F. Patton
No question, ALL successful people LOVE what they do.
They have the burning desire to face the challenges and create a future worth living in.
They are consumed with the desire to serve others… to make life just a little better for everyone… not just themselves.
Peace. Hope. Love.
In a way, successful people keep Christmas alive in their hearts and minds all year long. They hope… they love… and they find true peace.
Peace & Abundance,