“It Couldn’t Be Done,” a poem by Edgar Guest. Former Broncos head coach Red Miller passed away recently, and he said that this became his motto.
“A thousand days of training to develop, ten thousand days of training to polish.”
“It takes a thousand days to forge the spirit, and ten thousand days to polish it.”
~ These are two variations of a quote I saw today by Miyamoto Musashi
“Always do what you are afraid to do” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
“Inspirational Dissatisfaction” is a term that I read a very long time ago, possibly in a book called Success Through a Positive Mental Attitude.
The term basically means, “I am so unhappy in my current situation that it is motivating the heck out of me to do something about it.” Rather than become sad or depressed about your current situation, you become motivated by it, so inspired by it that you become willing to do whatever it takes to change your situation.
I don’t remember where I saw this, but I like the saying:
Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, “I will try again tomorrow.”
I don’t know how Charlotte Brown does this, but she is an inspiration. The story is here on espn.com.
“Life is always now.” A little design inspiration from this G+ page.
This book cover (nothing holy about it) has an interesting use of fonts and colors. I think I would have gone for a wee bit of transparency on the white font, and lined up the blue with the white, but it’s interesting, and essentially fits two subtitles on the cover.