Motivational speaker Tony Robbins says, “It’s not what we do once in a while that shapes our lives. It’s what we do consistently.” This is why some people can achieve great success in whatever may be their chosen field, while others work just as hard but achieve very little.
Just because you can afford it, doesn’t mean you should buy it. Just because you can eat whatever you want without gaining weight, doesn’t mean you should. Just because you can skip that workout, or have just one more drink, or bail out of a commitment, doesn’t mean that you should.
Of course, Joe Biden campaigned largely from his basement while running for president of the United States. Many in the media, including The Washington Times, referred to him as “Hidin’ Biden” as a result. He’s already spent 28 percent of his first year as commander-in-chief in his home back in Delaware.
According to the United States Department of Labor, the employment report from December came in at a disappointing 199,000 new jobs last week (422,000 new jobs were expected to be added). Conversely, the number of new applications for unemployment benefits climbed 7,000 (for the week ending Jan.
Many folks play the lottery across the country. The odds of winning remain approximately 1 in 292 million, yet nearly 500,000 purchase at least one ticket every day – often by those who can afford it the least. A study from Duke University found that one-third of the poorest households in the U.
But sometimes, it doesn’t feel that way. Do you ever feel like quitting? Feel as though you’ve given it everything you’ve got, and it’s still too overwhelming and difficult? Ever want to “throw in the towel”? Sure you do – we all do.
FDR understood that the fear of fear causes more problems in our lives than fear itself. It is why, during his first inaugural address in March of 1933, with the nation slipping into the Great Depression, he famously said, “Let me assert my firm belief that the only thing we have to fear is fear itself.
Back in 2008, just five days before his presidential election, candidate Barack Obama said, “We are five days away from fundamentally transforming the United States of America.” Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren says we must “fundamentally transform our government.
When Americans are clamoring for Democrats to put Americans first, Democrats are not only turning a deaf ear, they are working to silence the voices of more and more Americans. Parents are showing up in droves to their local school boards to push back on vaccine mandates, mask-wearing and a curriculum filled with propaganda and obscenities.