Leo Babauta once wrote about being criticized by some of his readers for repeating himself. He said, “Repetition is often thought of as a bad thing — never repeat yourself! But actually, repetition is a powerful tool for making changes.”
I totally agree. Here are some things I repeat to myself all the time.
You are what you take time to become.
Passion: enthusiasm that must take action.
Inspiration expands our horizons.
What we call failure is often just running out of patience.
What you don’t know can be learned—or hired.
Do not take advice from uninformed sources.
Inspired entrepreneurs laugh a lot.
Stop looking for formulas. Start looking for ideas.
Self-employment is the place where you discover friends you didn’t know you had.
Personal growth shows us how to expand, not shrink.
Becoming an entrepreneur is like learning a new language.
Practice, practice, practice.
Ask better questions if you want to get better answers.