This blog post was written during my international tour several years ago. It’s still quite inspiring today, according to my best friends.

  • My take on gratitude:

Gratitude is the ability to see love and light in the little things in life. What are you grateful for today?

There are individuals less qualified and less capable than you, doing the things that you want to do, only because they choose to believe in themselves. So, what are you waiting for?

Three alternative ways to meditate: 1) walking in nature; 2) reading a good book; 3) writing a journal entry.

Stop trying to fix problems. Simply fix your thinking, and then problems fix themselves.

Whenever you have a negative thought, say this to yourself, “You don’t have time for that!”

When your hands are busy catching blessings, you don’t have the capacity to hold onto grudges and resentment.

Three rules for success: 1) There are no mistakes, only lessons. 2) A lesson will definitely be repeated until it is actually learned. 3) Learning doesn’t end.

The moment you realize and acknowledge your worth, you start to attract people who respect your worth and can see your worth. It all begins with you.

  • The best way to predict your future is to proactively build it.

It’s time to let go of your old story so that you and the universe can co-author a new story for you.

Those who have a growth mindset never stop learning. Are you willing to outgrow yourself?

Three attributes of a good friend: 1) they are totally honest with you even when the truth isn’t pretty; 2) they support you in new and exciting adventures; 3) they lift you up with sparkling happiness.

You don’t need other people’s opinion of you because only your opinion of yourself truly matters.

Three essentials for personal growth: 1) new habits; 2) more learning; 3) believe that you can evolve.

When you no longer punish yourself for your imperfections, that is a true sign of tremendous progress in your personal development journey.

Remember: the sky is never the limit. The real limit is the mind. Your mindset is paramount.

Fear tricks people into living a boring and mediocre life. Love helps you to live a satisfying and rewarding life.

After figuring out what you want, you also need to ask for what you want. You can’t get what you don’t ask for.

Prioritizing your needs isn’t selfish. It’s important. If you don’t put your own needs first, sooner or later fatigue and resentment will grow.

A positive, strong, growth mindset is the best wealth because it brings more and more wealth to you.

When you are confident and bold enough in your endeavors, people will stop questioning you and they may start questioning themselves.

The fears that you don’t face become your limits. It’s time to bravely face your fears and take your power back.

Stop searching for your purpose. Start building your purpose. Take risks because risks create opportunities and magic. The space between where you want to be and where you are right now shouldn’t intimidate you. It can only inspire you. The best way to feel good now is to help someone else. The fastest way to cheer yourself up is to cheer someone else up. What are you going to do for someone else today? Two ways to re-ignite your intuition: 1) be more in your body and less in your head; 2) stop overthinking or overmanaging life.

When you feel anxious, remind yourself that feelings aren’t facts. Feelings are temporary.

Two things to do before the end of this year: 1) take a class which scares you; 2) read a book that isn’t recommended by other people.

Don’t feed the fears. But fears are your friends because they are teaching you something valuable.

“Three ways to love yourself today: 1) say no to things that you don’t want to do; 2) take a decisive step towards your goal; 3) visualize tremendous success.”