Monday, July 18, 2011

Note to Self #6


From the Foreward in Between Sundays by Karen Kingsbury:
It's not what we do in front of eighty thousand people on Sundays that defines who we are. Just as we are not defined by what we do on Sundays in church. It's what we do and how we live Monday through Saturday, when no one is watching, that defines our legacy. It's more than a game, it's life, and we all have a chance to make a difference as we live our lives between Sundays. ~ Alex Smith
From Fearless by Max Lucado:
Worry has more questions than answers, more work than energy, and thinks often about giving up.
From Chicken Soup for the Soul at Work by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, Maida Rogerson, Martin Rutte and Tim Clauss:
One of the true marks of a leader, a consummate professional, is to do the unthinkable. To tackle the impossible. To touch the untouchable. ~ Naomi Rhode

3 comments:

  1. All great quotes, but the first one is really speaking to me this morning.

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  2. I love the first one also. It's so easy to think that the things I do and say and think when no one's watching aren't important--yet these are the things of which a legacy is made. A legacy is not made only of the flashy things(that are often here one minute and gone the next). A legacy is made of persistent, consistent travel along a worthy path.

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  3. Really enjoyed Karen Kingsbury's book "Between Sundays". That is a really thought provoking quote.

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