You were made by God and for God, and until you understand that, life will never make sense.— Rick Warren
Heartwarming Focus On Yourself quotations
Keep it simple and focus on what matters. Don't let yourself be overwhelmed.
You can direct the outcome of any situation you face through the power of thought. Keep your thoughts focused on the best possible outcome for everyone involved and never allow yourself to be pushed where you don't choose to be.
Your body is not who you are. I don't think women should label themselves based on the way they look. What about defining yourself by a different kind of measurement? What about your heart, your soul, your compassion, your generosity, your strength and your power? There are so many other things to focus on besides your waistline.
The isolation spins its mysterious cocoon, focusing the mind on one place, one time, one rhythm - the turning of the light. The island knows no other human voices, no other footprints. On the Offshore Lights you can live any story you want to tell yourself, and no one will say you're wrong: not the seagulls, not the prisms, not the wind.
Focus on yourself -- do what you want, when you want, without having to consider anyone else's agenda.
Set goals, challenge yourself, and achieve them.
Live a healthy life...and make every moment count. Rise above the obstacles, and focus on the positive.
No one is perfect... absolutely no one. Like precious stones, we have a few flaws, but why focus on that? Focus on what you like about yourself, and that will bring you happiness and peace.
Focusing on others will give you more inﬂuence and power than focusing on yourself.
Focusing your life solely on making a buck shows a certain poverty of ambition.
It asks too little of yourself. Because it's only when you hitch your wagon to something larger than yourself that you realize your true potential.
No matter if you wear a small amount of makeup, no makeup, or heavy makeup, as long as you feel beautiful internally and you're doing beautiful things for other people, and not just focusing on the exterior to make yourself happy, I think you should do what works for you. You should rock on.
Be willing to apologize. Proper apologies have three parts: 1) What I did was wrong. 2) I'm sorry that I hurt you. 3) How do I make it better? It's the third part that people tend to forget. Apologize when you screw up and focus on other people, not on yourself.
The greatest joy comes from giving and serving, so replace your habit of focusing exclusively on yourself and what's in it for you. When you make the shift to supporting others in your life, without expecting anything in return, you'll think less about what you want and find comfort and joy in the act of giving and serving.
Every day, or at least twice a week, take a few minutes and focus on seeing yourself in joy. Feel yourself in joy. Imagine only joy ahead in your life and see yourself basking in it. As you do this the Universe will move all people, circumstances, and events to bring you joy, joy and more joy.
Whatever your passion is, keep doing it.
Don't waste time chasing after success or comparing yourself to others. Every flower blooms at a different pace. Excel at doing what your passion is and only focus on perfecting it. Eventually people will see what you are great at doing, and if you are truly great, success will come chasing after you.
There is absolutely no point in sitting around and feeling sorry for yourself.
The great power you have is to let go ... focus on what you have, no that which has been mean or unkindly removed.
People come, people go – they’ll drift in and out of your life, almost like characters in a favorite book. When you finally close the cover, the characters have told their story and you start up again with another book, complete with new characters and adventures. Then you find yourself focusing on the new ones, not the ones from the past.
Remember that setbacks are only challenges in disguise.
Look at them as lessons . . . don't waste time beating yourself up. Just get back on track and focus on what you want. It's up to you , and you will do it!
There is nothing wrong with dedication and goals, but if you focus on yourself, all the lights fade away and you become a fleeting moment in life.
Focusing your life solely on making a buck shows a poverty of ambition.
It asks too little of yourself. And it will leave you unfulfilled.
If you don't make a conscious effort to control your focus-and decide in advance which things you're going to focus on-you'll be so pulled by the demands of the world that you will soon find yourself living in reaction rather than living a life plan you've designed for yourself.
If you're looking for love, focus on something you love to do and work hard.
Love will find you. Basically, love yourself before you love anyone else. A lot of girls have such insecurities nowadays that you have to be comfortable with who you are before you can really have a good relationship with someone else.
Have the courage to be exactly who you are without apology.
Admit your mistakes without beating yourself up. Release all shame! Release all guilt! You cannot live if you are hiding behind what was. Focus on what is, right now, and that is you!
Education is what people do to you. Learning is what you do to yourself. Focus on being connected, always learning, fully aware and super present.
I have to be happy in the here and now because every time you start focusing on your legacy you're really setting yourself up for disappointment.
Sometimes, girls focus too much on relationships - like, "I need a boyfriend!" But you should really just focus on yourself. But it will all come together when you least expect it.
In triathlon you don't get to race that much so when you're on the start line you just need to make sure you focus on the job in hand and enjoy yourself.
If you focus on design, you can call yourself a designer.
If you focus on the implementation of your design, you can call yourself an architect.
I work using the Brian Eno school of thinking: limit your tools, focus on one thing and just make it work… You become very inventive with the restrictions you give yourself.
The Human tendency, largely driven by ego, is to believe we can do it all.
...It maybe humbling to admit there are only a few things you do really well...you will free yourself to focus on those things which will lead to greater personal success and significance.
There's absolutely no point in beating yourself up. Focus on going forward.
When you focus on how wonderful God is and all the great things He's done.
.. is doing... and even will do in your life, your natural response will be praise, adoration and awe. Don't let yourself ever get used to it... stay amazed!
Focus on identifying your target audience, communicating an authentic message that they want and need and project yourself as an "expert" within your niche.
Each day, focus your attention on what you want.
Each day, take one step that will bring you closer to it. ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE! The key is to identify it, claim it for yourself, and believe that you are worthy to have it.
Just focus on being the best possible version of yourself and quit worrying about your thighs, there's nothing wrong with them.