4.20 Inspiring Daily Quotes To Start Writing

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Many of us aspire to become writers at some point in our lives whether it is public or private, or perhaps this is not the gateway for you. It is never too late to embark on any journey to fulfill out hearts desire. Today  there are so many platforms available to at least give it a try. You may never know who is listening.

 

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Writing is a great art and a tremduous skill that can improve with time as long as you are dedicated. In regards to its many writing forms, we may become uninspired to write. It is an awesome craft that can be developed overtime with great practice, study, & extensive research.

 

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What writer does not need inspiration? I am pretty sure some of us may need it more than others who maybe naturally inspired and just ready when the pen hits the paper. For the month of April get ready because I would love to share some quotes that may inspire you to write.

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Get Inspired To Write

Start writing, no matter what. The water does not flow until the faucet is turned on

Louis L’Amour

Writing is far from an easy task, so what inspires you to write?

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4.10 Inspiring Daily Quotes To Start Writing

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Many of us aspire to become writers at some point in our lives whether it is public or private, or perhaps this is not the gateway for you. It is never too late to embark on any journey to fulfill out hearts desire. Today  there are so many platforms available to at least give it a try. You may never know who is listening.

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Writing is a great art and a tremduous skill that can improve with time as long as you are dedicated. In regards to its many writing forms, we may become uninspired to write. It is an awesome craft that can be developed overtime with great practice, study, & extensive research.

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What writer does not need inspiration? I am pretty sure some of us may need it more than others who maybe naturally inspired and just ready when the pen hits the paper. For the month of April get ready because I would love to share some quotes that may inspire you to write.

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Get Inspired To Write

I love writing. I love the swirl and swing of words as they tangle with human emotions.

James A. Michener

Writing is far from an easy task, so what inspires you to write?

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4.1 Inspiring Daily Quotes To Start Writing

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Many of us aspire to become writers at some point in our lives whether it is public or private, or perhaps this is not the gateway for you. It is never too late to embark on any journey to fulfill out hearts desire. Today  there are so many platforms available to at least give it a try. You may never know who is listening.

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Writing is a great art and a tremduous skill that can improve with time as long as you are dedicated. In regards to its many writing forms, we may become uninspired to write. It is an awesome craft that can be developed overtime with great practice, study, & extensive research.

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What writer does not need inspiration? I am pretty sure some of us may need it more than others who maybe naturally inspired and just ready when the pen hits the paper. For the month of April get ready because I would love to share some quotes that may inspire you to write.

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Get Inspired To Write

Close the door. Write with no one looking over your shoulder. Don’t try to figure out what other people want to hear from you; figure out what you have to say. It’s the one and only thing you have to offer.

Barbara Kingsolver

Writing is far from an easy task, so what inspires you to write?

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30 Self-Help Quotes of Rhonda Byrne

Rhonda Byrne is an Australian television writer and producer, best known for her New Thought works, The Secret—a book and a film by the same name. By the Spring of 2007 the book had sold almost 4 million copies, and the DVD had sold more than 2 million copies.

1.) “Be grateful for what you have now. As you begin to think about all the things in your life you are grateful for, you will be amazed at the never ending thoughts that come back to you of more things to be grateful for. You have to make a start, and then the law of attraction will receive those grateful thoughts and give you more just like them.”
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2.) “There is no such thing as a hopeless situation. Every single circumstances of your life can change! ”
― Rhonda Byrne

3.) “There is a truth deep down inside of you that has been waiting for you to discover it, and that truth is this: you deserve all good things life has to offer. ”
― Rhonda Byrne

4.) “You become what you think about most.. But you also attract what you think about most. (John Assaraf) ”
― Rhonda Byrne

5.) “A lot of people feel like they’re victims in life, and they’ll often point to past events, perhaps growing up with an abusive parent or in a dysfunctional family. Most psychologists believe that about 85 percent of families are dysfunctional, so all of a sudden you’re not so unique. My parents were alcoholics. My dad abused me. My mother divorced him when I was six…I mean, that’s almost everybody’s story in some form or not. The real question is, what are you going to do now? What do you choose now? Because you can either keep focusing on that, or you can focus on what you want. And when people start focusing on what they want, what they don’t want falls away, and what they want expands, and the other part disappears. (Jack Canfield)”
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6.) “Your power is in your thoughts, so stay awake. In other words, remember to remember.”
― Rhonda Byrne

7.) “Whenever you think you can or think you can’t, either way you are right. (Henry Ford)”
― Rhonda Byrne

8.) “When you want to attract something into your life, make sure your actions don’t contradict your desires.. Think about what you have asked for, and make sure that your actions are mirroring what you expect to receive, and that they’re not contradicting what you‘ve asked for. Act as if you are receiving it. Do exactly what you would do if you were receiving it today, and take actions in your life to reflect that powerful expectation. Make room to receive your desires, and as you do, you are sending out that powerful signal of expectation. ”
― Rhonda Byrne

9.) “Your thoughts become things! ”
― Rhonda Byrne

10.) “The truth is that the universe has been answering you all of your life, but you cannot receive the answers unless you are awake. ”
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11.) “If you are feeling good , it is because you are thinking good thoughts .”
― Rhonda Byrne

12.) “Remember that your thoughts are the primary cause of everything.”
― Rhonda Byrne

13.) “Instead of focusing on the world’s problems, give your attention and energy to trust, love, abundance, education and peace. :-)”
― Rhonda Byrne

14.) You are the masterpiece
of your own life.
You are the Michelangelo
of your own life.
The David you are sculpturing
is you (Dr. Joe Vitale)”
― Rhonda Byrne

15.) “Ninety-nine percent of who you are is invisible and untouchable.”
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16.) “Ask once, believe you have received, and all you have to do to receive is feel good.”
― Rhonda Byrne

17.) “To create the life of your dreams, the time has come for you to love You. Focus on Your joy. Do all the things that make You feel good. Love You, inside and out. Everything will change in your life, when you change the inside of you. Allow the Universe to give you every good thing you deserve, by being a magnet to them all. To be a magnet for every single thing you deserve, you must be a magnet of love.”
― Rhonda Byrne

18.) “There is always something to be grateful for.”
― Rhonda Byrne

19.) “You will attract everything that you require. If it’s money you need you will attract it. If it’s people you need you’ll attract it. You’ve got to pay attention to what you’re attracted to, because as you hold images of what you want, you’re going to be attracted to things and they’re going to be attracted to you. But it literally moves into physical reality with and through you. And it does that by law. (Bob Proctor) ”
― Rhonda Byrne

20.) “Life doesn’t just happen to you; you
receive everything in your life based on what you’ve given.”
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21.) “Every thought of yours is a real thing – a force.”
― Rhonda Byrne

22.) “It is impossible to bring more into your life if you are feeling ungrateful about what you have. Why? Because the thoughts and feelings you emit as you feel ungrateful are all negative emotions. ”
― Rhonda Byrne

23.) “Everything else you see and experience in this world is effect, and that includes your feelings. The cause is always your thoughts.”
― Rhonda Byrne

24.) “When you focus on lack and scarcity and what you don’t have, you fuss about it with your family, you discuss it with your friends, you tell your children that you don’t have enough – “We don’t have enough for that, we can’t afford that” – then you’ll never be able to afford it, because you begin to attract more of what you don’t have. If you want abundance, if you want prosperity, then focus on abundance. Focus on prosperity. (Lisa Nichols)

Many people in Western culture are striving for success. They want the great home, they want their business to work, they want all these outer things. But what we found in our research is that having these outer things does not necessarily guarantee what we really want, which is happiness. So we go for these outer things thinking they’re going to bring us happiness , but it’s backward. You need to go for the inner joy, the inner peace, the inner vision first, and then all of the outer things appear. (Marci Shimoff) ”
― Rhonda Byrne

25.) “See the things that you want as already yours.”
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26.) “You are the one who calls the law of attraction into action, and you do it through your thoughts. ”
― Rhonda Byrne

27.) “A person who sets his or her mind on the dark side of life, who lives over and over the misfortunes and disappointments of the past, prays for similar misfortunes and disappointments in the future. If you will see nothing but ill luck in the future, you are praying for such ill luck and will surely get it.”
― Rhonda Byrne

28.) “If you’re feeling good, then you’re creating a future that’s on track with your desires. If you’re feeling bad, you’re creating a future that’s off track with your desires. As you go about your day, the law of attraction is working in every second. Everything we think and feel is creating our future. If you’re worried or in fear, then you’re bringing more of that into your life throughout the day.”
― Rhonda Byrne

29.) “Food cannot cause you to put on weight, unless you think it can.”
― Rhonda Byrne

30.) “Your life right now is a reflection of your past thoughts. That includes all the great things, and all the things you consider not so great. Since you attract to you what you think about most, it is easy to see what your dominant thoughts have been on every subject of your life, because that is what you have experienced. Until now!”
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8 Ways To Prevent An Angry Lifestyle

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Minimizing Problems With Anger Management

There are a number of things you can do in structuring your life to prevent anger from becoming problematic.

1.) Make a personal commitment to calmness.

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Calmness is freedom from agitation in the face of a
provoking situation-and calmness is a choice. It doesn’t
happen by accident, and may start with a statement like
this, “I promise to stay calm at work for one whole day.”
It takes practice, but the payoff is immense-calmness
promotes an internal sense of peace and tranquility-truly
a gift in our hectic lives!

2.) Anticipate and intercept your anger and frustration-and plan accordingly.morgan-basham-364865.jpg

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For example, let’s say Mondays are always hectic for you
and there’s nothing to be done to move things around to
change it. Get proactive! You might try beginning a
routine that includes getting to bed a half hour earlier
the night before. Monday morning you may try getting
up earlier to have a good breakfast and
spend some extra time with your family before you
head into the chaos. Remind yourself on the way to
work you can choose to stay calm throughout the day
no matter what. And if the prospect of staying late at
the office or store makes you crazy for fear of missing
your favorite Monday night television program, tape it
for later viewing!

3.) Realize you can say no to your anger.gemma-evans-131781.jpg

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We all receive numerous “invitations to anger” every
day-inconveniences, inconsiderate people, equipment
breakdowns, traffic jams-you name it! You don’t have to
get angry just because you could.

4.) Avoid useless or trivial conflictsfrida-bredesen-317281.jpg

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Pick your conflicts very carefully!

5.) Accept differences in others.levi-saunders-133027.jpg

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So many conflicts arise from the inability to accept and
respect differences in our family members, coworkers,
bosses, etc. It is easy to translate “you do things
differently than I do” to “you’re wrong.” Personal and
business relationships are enhanced with diversity~creativity
is increased, better solutions are arrived at
when problem solving, etc. Learn to view differences
with an appreciative spirit.

6.) Praise instead of punish.xan-griffin-420173.jpg

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We live in a society that is starved for praise and
recognition. We are interdependent beings who need
affirmation and positive regard from others to feel
whole. One way to feel less prone to anger and to
decrease the potential for conflict is to keep an eye out
for the positives and continually acknowledge them in
others.

7.) Exercise self-care.ovayo-ntlabati-418459.jpg

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Good care and maintenance of your body is essential
for the prevention of anger. Feeling better physically
typically leads to a better spirit, which in turn serves as
a buffer against the many annoyances in daily life. Think
of the acronym HALT to begin focusing on this all-important
habit:

H – Hunger
A – Anxious
L – Lonely
T – Tired

The idea is that you are more likely to succumb to anger
when confronted with a situation when you are under
the influence of one of these factors, and extremely
likely when operating under more than one.

Hunger: While physical hunger can certainly fray one’s
spirits, this can refer to other types of hunger as well.
For example, you may be hungry for some attention,
affection, or affirmation. Remember to feed your body
physiologically, but also do things, which feed your soul
as well.

Anxiety: Anxiety and anger reinforce one another. Both
are part of the body’s natural “fight or flight” response
to perceived threats. Although anxiety can be low-key,
there can also be a buildup effect of being continually
confronted by situations, which trigger fear and concern.
The key antidote to anxiety is learning the technique of
relaxation. When learned well and practiced daily,
relaxation lowers stress and reduces the tendency to
“fight or flight” responses.

Loneliness: Loneliness may be an issue in the personal
realm or at work. Individuals may be experiencing
relationship difficulties in their families, or feeling estranged from their peers in the workplace. This may
make them more vulnerable to anger evoking
situations. Take steps to ensure you have an adequate
family or social support system-it’s one of the most
positive things you can do for the quality of your life,
and for your physical health!

Tiredness: Getting enough rest at today’s hectic pace is
most assuredly a challenge. But the low-grade fatigue
so characteristic of so many Americans can easily make
one much more susceptible to the many invitations to
anger extended every day. Getting proper rest coupled
with regular exercise is essential.

8.) Maintain proper balance.form-426157.jpg

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Bear in mind that a healthy lifestyle involves a balanced
focus on being, belonging, and doing. Take time for selfdiscovery
(being), social relationships (belonging), and
work you enjoy (doing). Remember that any one arena
typically cannot fulfill all three needs and structure your
life accordingly. Maximum life satisfaction is achieved
when balance is struck among all three aspects. On the
other hand, frustration builds when these needs are not
honored, and the tendency to look for things going
wrong is increased, thus making one more susceptible
to anger.

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