The courage to believe

If you don't believe in yourself, who will?

Faith drives action. Faith drives results. Without faith, nothing works.

Indifference and pessimism are attractive because they're the easiest to obtain, the most accessible to deploy and practice.

“Ask yourself this: would your childhood self be proud of you, or embarrassed?” — Julien Smith, The Flinch

Pursuing the good stuff requires work that's never easy. The game of goal-setting aks for obstacles. But that's where excitement and expectation push you forward.

Beliefs are mere guesses

Wouldn't you prefer to cultivate courage and confidence rather than cowardice and negativity? Never blind to outcome, but never sold on the end-game of hurdles either.

Always remember that where your attention goes, your energy flows. — Kevin Horsley, Unlimited Memory

Appreciate the grind. Remaining perpetually interested should become part of your mind.

Until belief exists, action has not really begun.

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Published by Wells Baum

A daily blogger who connects the dots between arts and life.

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  1. Thanks! A bit of an idealist but that’s the point right?…to at least try…

  2. “Indifference and pessimism are attractive because they’re the easiest to obtain, the most accessible to deploy and practice.” Very insightful.

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