I have decided to be more than just a “tick tock” kind of clock. When time drags, I can make it fly. To give a second chance, my seconds spin backwards. And imagine, if I made precious moments less momentary. In the end, we have a choice. Do we settle for ordinary, or do we strive to be made of more? GUINNESS MADE OF MORE COMMERCIAL, 2013
I know that many men and women struggle with their self-image. Self-doubt, low self-esteem and limiting beliefs mean that many of us discount our talents, abilities and attractiveness. Many of us do not really think that greatness or extraordinariness is possible in our current world and any dream that may take us outside our familiar routine is swiftly shoved aside.
My long observation is that irrespective of our sex, race or heredity, every human being is born seemingly ordinary, except that none of us is really ordinary. We each arrive on this earth standing on the threshold to true human potential. Only a small percentage step forward to achieve it, whilst many step away from it. However, which ever direction we are heading, there is something in our DNA that makes us dream and aspire to becoming extraordinary. We each have a genetic code that is begging to take us from ordinary to extraordinary. What it desperately needs to achieve this is our co-operation.
The world is not looking for mediocrity. There are 86,400 seconds in each day. Make a decision now to be extraordinary each second; to be a thought leader in your field; to rid yourself of habits that are not fruitful; and to be mindful of the way you present yourself to your world.
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