Those who succeed have mountains of failure behind them. Hardly anyone makes it to where they are without hardship. No success, whether it be huge or just saving up to buy fuel and groceries, comes without sacrifice. Whatever you’re struggling with, don’t quit. Pivot if you need to. Check out today’s post on the topic, “Failure: The Foundation for Success,” on MGSpear.com.
I’ve dragged my soul through grad school. I’ve written 12 books. I created my own clothing and other cat art merch. If hustling were easy, people wouldn’t play the lottery so much. Check out my post today on this, “Work Ethic for the Win,” on MGSpear.com.
Ever tried to move a hot tub with a tractor and some dollies? Doesn’t seem that hard, you say? Well how about through mud? I can only imagine the stories our hot tub could tell. Read about some of them in today’s post, “Hot Tub Warrior,” on MGSpear.com.
What do showering and cats have in common? Tenacity. Read all about this hilarious story in “Cats & Showering: The New Wild West,” on MGSpear.com.
Looking back on 2021 is a fun way to reminisce, but a better strategy would be to see what worked for you and build on those for 2022. And if nothing did, make new goals to work on. The great thing about a new year is they always feel like a chance to get a fresh start, a time to do better, a time to ask yourself, “Is this where I want to be?” Check out my post on this topic, “2022: Where am I going?” on MGSpear.com.
My cat Elsa has the biggest eyes, and she knows how to flash them to get what she wants. Her hustle involves staring up at you with those Disney eyes, using all her girl power to get food. She truly is a Disney Princess. See it in action in today’s post, “Disney Eyes,” on MGSpear.com.
If I were to choose to a positive word to describe 2020, I would pick adaptability. There are so many people trying out new strategies, thinking outside the box, to keep things going, to keep pushing forward, that I decided to make a post about it.
I’m switching gears a little and working on a non-fiction motivational book. I’m adding my own created images via Photoshop and am looking forward to seeing what you think once I get everything situated. I’m having a lot of fun working on this, and hope you enjoy it too if I can pull it off.
When someone takes a test, what crosses their mind? Panic, anxiety, fear, uncertainty, or confidence, assertiveness? Perhaps a mix of everything. Do you know why motivational quotes resonate with so many people? Because people want …
They say it takes 28 days to make a habit. I’ve tried that with running, and I’ve run consistently for several months straight, but then I loose interest or feel my time should be spent …