Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Quote of the day. (The Way I See It.)

Yay, for Hump Day, so happy it's Wednesday! Have a great day my fellow bloggers and readers, make it the best Wednesday you've had in a long time. 

Last night I got to do something that I've been missing, I headed down to Belmar, New Jersey, where my  Manfriend plays in the Jersey Shore Basketball League and watched him play. I absolutely love watching him play and I haven't been able to make many games because of my work schedule. I find such beauty in the way he plays,  (Not to be corny!) and it always inspires me to become a better me when I see him doing what he loves. 

It's so important to do what makes you happy, I'm learning this more and more each day. More then anything else make sure you know what you are worth, to yourself and to others. Don't do things if you are half happy doing them, life is to short to waste time on things that don't drive you to be the best version of yourself. When you love what you do you're living! 

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Today's quote comes off of a Starbucks cup. Starbucks used to put quotes on their cups called, "The way I see it", I wish they still did this, I loved getting my macchiato and getting a nice quote to read. This "The way I see it" quote comes from broadcast journalist Keith Olbermann and it's fantastic. It kind of reiterates what I was saying earlier in this post about doing what you love and ultimately being happy. It also talks about not taking "NO" for an answer. You'll always have critics, some good, some bad. Cherish the your supporters, keep a good head on shoulders, dig deep and follow your dreams.


The Way I See It  #17
The world bursts at the seams with people ready to tell you you're not good enough. On occasion some may be correct. But do not do work for them. Seek any jobs, ask anyone out; pursue any goal. Don't take it personally when they say "no"- they may not be smart enough to say "yes".
-Keith Olbermann 

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