For the most part, trust yourself and believe in what you are doing. Create the kind of self that you will be happy to live with all your life.
Make the most of yourself by fanning the tiny, inner sparks of possibility into flames of achievement.
There are no accidents; we're all teachers - if we're willing to pay attention to the lessons we learn, trust our positive instincts and not be afraid to take risks or wait for some miracle to come knocking at our door. For an organization to be not just good but to win, leadership means evoking participation larger than the job description, commitment deeper than any job contract's wording. Mc Chrystal I believe that a trusting attitude and a patient attitude go hand in hand.
It can be shocking to know that a friend has betrayed you. No one likes to be around someone who has a bad attitude about life.At the same time, dealing with the ups and downs of friendship can sometimes be a drag. First, know that griping about the problems you have with friendship really doesn't help you feel better.I love my freedom of speech and the way my eyes get dark when I'm tired. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future.I love that I have learned to trust people with my heart, even if it will get broken. You have to trust in something - your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever.Conflict is actually a healthy thing if you handle it correctly.If you can talk about the things that hurt you with a friend and do it in a kind way, you'll have an easier time working things out.But instead of letting that betrayal change the way you approach friendship, you can focus on the good people in your life.The ones that have been there for you and supported you.The same is true when you're the one that hurt someone.Even if you didn't mean it, you need to acknowledge your friend's feelings and listen to what they have to say so you can both move on. If anyone else had said this, I would have ignored the quote.