The fight for freedom comes in many forms. It comes from our brave soliders who serve our country here and abroad, from an author who publishes their book regardless of what people say, from the woman that will not sit at the back of the bus, from the kid that gets beat up because of his orientation, from a woman who gets persecuted because of the way she believe…from that kid in the back of the classroom who is different…from a preacher who has a dream. That’s the great thing about this country…we have the freedom to say, worship, and be equally human. Many, many people of all creeds, careers, colors, and persuasions have died to keep that freedom alive. Don’t ever forget it and don’t ever stop fighting for it.
– Michael W. Posey, 2012
Lately people have been asking me if I have my quotes written down anywhere. Well I usually post them on Twitter when I think of them but I’ve decided to post them on a new page here on the site – “Dr. Mike’s Quick Mojo” Find it in the “Pages” column to the right of the screen. Enjoy!
Today’s Quick Tip to Motivate Yourself…
(1) Write Down Your Goal
(2) Build Check Points
(3) Give Yourself A Reward At The End!
“Never let life interfere with living!” – Michael W. Posey, 2008
This quote is vital for keeping your motivational mojo up. The old adage – “Life happens” is one that is so true and daily life will always be frought with both good and bad. Daily life will be frought with ups and downs and obstacles that take our minds away from what is important in life. The above quote is simple, yet it states something very, very deep.
As you go through life remember to let life happen, deal with it, but ALWAYS LIVE! Always experience and get the most out of your life. Never be afraid to wonder, to wander, to question, to experience, to enjoy, to experiement, and to just…”be” If you keep this simple quote in mind, you’re life will be forever enriched!
For one to ponder…for one to gain inspiration from…for one to heed…here is the MOJO QUOTE-OF-THE-DAY:
“As fame and fortune wane, you will truly see the importance of your personal relationships.” – Michael W. Posey, 2008