Daniella Whyte

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3 Other Warning Signs About the Company You Keep (365 Days of Spirited Living – DAY 235)

3 Other Warning Signs About the Company You Keep

“Stop letting people who do so little for you control so much of your mind, feelings and emotions.”
— Will Smith

Negative thoughts hold the power to ruin us, but equally, do negative people. Sometimes it isn’t our thoughts that kill us, but the negative people we allow to get to us. When we should extract people from our lives, we don’t because we don’t want to hurt their feelings or break up long-standing relationships no matter how draining they are. But if we never make the trek across that bridge, we may never get to where we attempted to go in the first place, and that is how regret develops. Read more…

Whine and Worry (Live. Pray. Hustle. 08/22/16)

Whine and Worry (Live. Pray. Hustle. 08/22/16) (Right-click to download)

Whine and Worry (Live. Pray. Hustle. 08/22/16)
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Those who whine and worry the most, find fewer solutions to their problems.

LIVE. PRAY. HUSTLE.

3 Other Things To Remember When  Problems Persist

“When you lose, don’t lose the lesson.”
— Dalai Lama

The cost of admission to the college of pursuing your dreams and goals is pretty high. Problems remind us of how important it is to have a process in places for finding solutions instead of throwing up our hands and going home. The bigger the dreams we chase and the harder we work to reach our goals, the more opportunities there are for things to go totally wrong. Keeping things in perspective when problems persist helps us to remember we’re human but we’re not completely powerless to change our situations. Read more…

3 Whole Ways We Sabotage Ourselves (365 Days of Spirited Living – DAY 171)

3 Whole Ways We Sabotage Ourselves

“Don’t complain; just work harder.”
— Randy Pausch

Pride will trip you up. Whining will make people hate you. Worrying will kill you. Yet we do these things anyway and somehow expect everything we ever wanted to just happen. If you took just an ounce of the energy and effort you put into worrying and complaining and applied it to fixing a problem, you’d be so much happier and achieve so much more. And arrogance too is a strategy of self-sabotage. The effort to be first, on the top, or big makes you last, at the bottom, and small. Read more…

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