When you read something that makes an impact on you, how do you remember it? Life success is fueled by feeding our minds with information that helps us see our world from a different point of view. Words and ideas inspire us to overcome adversity and achieve our goals.
Do you highlight the physical book or your Nook? There are proven ways to organize your thoughts, no matter your learning style or memory.
There are a number of ways to recall important information. How you do it, comes down to personal preference. I’m going to give you four ways that work, for remembering information; facts, quotes, and inspiration.
4 Ways to Inspire Life Success with Forward Movement
1. Keep a notebook or journal and write down the information that you want to remember. Be sure to include book title, author, page number, thoughts about the information. If it’s from a teleseminar or webinar, create a file for the information.
2. Note cards with the quote or scripture that you are wanting to remember, on the backside of the card record date and the information source. (This is great to carry with you, tape up in strategic places, or keep in a box to refer to later.)
3. Highlight in a physical book or an e-reader.
4. Write with shoe polish, grease marker, or lipstick (my personal favorite) on a mirror, the quote or whatever you want in front of you!
Life Success: Breakthrough Adversity to Move Forward
These are proven ways to keep inspiring and motivating thoughts at your fingertips and in front of your eyes. Why would you want to do this? So that you can move from where you currently are, to where you want to be.
This may be in business, going from just one of the sales team, to the top of the team. You may be dealing with some health issues, and you are tired of the merry-go-round of emotions and how that affects how you feel and show up in the world. Or, you have a sick child, and need to be strong for them, and believe yourself that they will get better, that you can handle what you are going through.
Reading is crucial in our attitude and how we move forward.
- Strength: Recognizing that there is something more/better out there that you can do/have/be it!
- Dignity: Reading and putting positive in our thoughts, which convert to actions.
- Grace: Having no expectations of perfection in ourselves or others, sharing what we learn.
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