This food for thought comes from William James, a renowned American psychologist and philosopher from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It's a great reminder that even the small things we do to help others from day to day add up to meaningful differences in the lives of those around us.
As we approach it is important to have a positive outlook on things to come. This quote reminds us all that the upcoming year gives us a chance to discover new opportunities, new adventures, and new beginnings.
This iconic quote by Dr. Seuss inspires us to be who we really are. Sometimes being our true selves can seem like a scary thing because we may fear being judged or teased. If you remind yourself to not be afraid of what others may think, you can show the world what makes you uniquely you. Today, be brave and be YOU!
2016 marks the 10th anniversary of National Bullying Prevention month. Today’s motivational quote celebrates this year’s theme “The End of Bullying Begins With Me!” Giving children the knowledge and tools they need to prevent bullying can empower them to stand up for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion.
If at first you don’t succeed, don’t be afraid to try again. Whether you are trying to learn a new skill, if you had a rough day at the office, or you are trying to teach your child to stay positive in what seems like a negative situation, there’s always hope to do better. Don’t let your past mistakes keep you from achieving your goals!
This quote comes from Fred Rogers, a gentleman that you may affectionately remember as Mister Rogers. We chose this quote, because it reflects how we as an organization feel about everyone who has helped us in our mission to have a positive impact in our community, create change in lives of families for the better and to give hope to children by providing safety education.
It’s time to get this week started, and hopefully with a great attitude! When you project positivity, those around you will surely notice and hopefully become inspired to change their attitude as well.
This Monday, try to take some time to appreciate the little things in life! Whether you wake up a little earlier to watch the sun rise, make a coworker’s day brighter with a compliment, or spend some extra time outside with your children, try to enjoy each moment a little more. Today, choose happiness!
Among the many things that are out of our hands in life, what we can decide is what we dedicate our lives to. It is important to remind our children that they can be anything they wish to be, and to live life with purpose. The lessons you teach them now about kindness and compassion can shape their future for the better.