Be The Best You Can Be


Carol Moehrle

We all want to be the best we can be, but where to start? It's not that difficult if you focus on 3 critical areas.

  • First, consider your thoughts. Focus on your positive thoughts only. Most of the others are likely a waste of time and energy. If you find yourself having negative thoughts, re-direct; walk away, change what you are doing, think of something else. A shift to focus only on positive thoughts will improve your attitude, energy, self-esteem, and productivity.
  • Second, look at your actions. Focus on things that will improve your life. Are you doing things that are important, or are you wasting your time and energy on actions that really don't matter? Redirect those actions to others that add quality to your life. Make every action count as you use your actions to help you be the best you can be.
  • Third, only compare yourself to you. Being the best you can be only matters when you look at yourself and determine what improvements you need, not what someone else says you need. Comparing yourself to others is a sure way to set yourself up for failure. You are only in control of yourself, and you set the goals and direction for you to be the best you can be.

Striving to be your best will help you. Be the best you can be!


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