You Say I Can’t. I’ll Show You I Will.

Ever been told you couldn’t do something? How about thrown advice when you didn’t really ask for it?

Frustration at its finest.

Instead of staying frustrated with a lid on emotions, remember this….

You say I can’t. I’ll show you I will.

And then act upon it immediately.

Something similar happened to me recently. I couldn’t have cared less. I pulled out my trusted thoughts that….

Good things don’t come to those who wait. Good things come to those who have passion, work hard and never wait around for anything.

I continue to be the SUPREME motivation in my life. My drive with everything in life comes from a place deep within.

My parents and family in general have never really understood where it came from. Hell, I’m not even sure I know where it came from.

But one thing I know FOR SURE is that we can depend on a lot of people for a lot of different things during many times throughout our lives. What sets us apart from others, though, is certainly NOT that dependence. It is independence; the drive, motivation and determination to THINK and ACT for ourselves. It is the doing that creates change.

Other’s words never dominate our actions.


Love your guts,


  1. says

    Hi Sarah,
    A tip of the hat to you for your drive. Sometimes all it takes is a bit of a challenge, isn’t it?
    For those who find it hard to get motivated, different people are motivated by different things. Put differently, what motivates one person may not move the next.

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