“Masters of our fate” – Winston Churchill

Great words coming from a noted statesman and orator. Churchill was an officer in the British Army, a historian, a writer, and an artist. He received the Nobel Prize in Literatures and was the first person to be made an Honorary Citizen of the United States. His words were more than babble. You could listen to this man.

There’s an article called:

The Importance of Keeping Your Word… to Yourself

Quote from the article, “There are a number of ways we measure a person’s worth or our own worth. Perhaps none other evokes as much emotion as keeping your word.

Start simple. Start a daily journal, and write out five tasks you want to achieve each day the night before or in the morning. These tasks do not have to be grandiose or time consuming. Things like walking the dog, calling a friend, and reading a chapter in a book are fine. Keep it simple and achievable.

As you complete each activity during the day tick it off. You’ll be amazed at how good you feel after number 5 is completed. Next day do whole thing again.

Exercise the muscle of keeping your word to yourself everyday. And quickly, you’ll feel confident to tackle life-changing events such as quit smoking and losing weight because when you promise to do something… you do it – whatever it takes.” to learn more about the author. http://www.freeatlasthypnosis.com

When you discover that writing a book is on your list of tasks to accomplish consider the manuscript development process with 10 Day Book Club. To learn more, http://www.10daybookclub.com

 

 


 

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