This morning I was thinking about some thing that my martial arts instructor encouraged students to do at the beginning of each class. Work on one skill during each class.
To not be overwhelmed by trying to learn too much, too quickly.
What my martial arts instructor shared before class has stuck with me over the years. What he shared continues to encourage me to not be overwhelmed by trying to do too much.
Thoughts and Quotes that Empower the Process
Through using this lesson, I am able to stay in the game. I am able to realize that big things have small beginnings, one skill at a time. I am able to use time to achieve my dreams.
I am Able to Not Give Up On My Dreams
I am able to use time to not be limited by my limitations. I am able to dream and stop trying to convince other people. I am able to make the decision to win. I can plan to win by not giving up in the first half of the game. I am able to get out of my way by using my ability, my motivation and my attitude to dream, dreams.
“Big things have small beginnings.” Prometheus
“Success is where preparation and opportunity meet.” Bobby Unser
“The journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step.” Lao Tzu
“Time stays long enough for anyone who will use it.” Leonardo da Vinci
“When we argue for our limitations, we get to keep them.” Evelyn Waugh
“Believe in yourself and stop trying to convince others.” James De La Vega
“Don’t give up at half time. Concentrate on winning in the second half.” Paul Bryant
“Dreams do not vanish, so long as people do not abandon them.” Phantom F. Harlock
“You were born to win, but to be a winner, you must plan to win, and expect to win.” Zig Ziglar
“Decision is the spark that ignites action. Until a decision, nothing happens.” Wilfred A. Peterson
“As long as a man stands in his own way, everything seems to be in his way.” Ralph Waldo Emerson
“Ability is what you’re capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do it.” Lou Holtz
Traumatic Brain Injury, Learning Styles and Activities of Daily Living
One Skill, One Skill Set over and Over Again by Not Giving Up!
Below are presentations in which I share what has helped me and may help you as you pursue your dreams, I am available to share the below presentation (s) with your group, association or rehabilitation hospital.
Finding Purpose after Brain Injury and Stroke Presentation
Acceptance and Creating our New Normal after Brain Injury and Stroke Presentation
Neuroplasticity, Setting Goals and Creating Hope After Brain Injury and Stroke Presentation
Believing in Ourselves through Self-Advocacy — A Guide to Owning Our Power after Brain Injury and Stroke Presentation
Living with a Brain Injury and the Messages We Tell Ourselves Presentation
Brain Injury and The Power of “I CAN” in an Ongoing Brain Injury Recovery Process Zoom Presentation
Cultivating Healthy Relationships after Brain Injury and Stroke Presentation
Brain Injury, Stress, Anxiety, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Zoom Presentation
The Progression of Living My Best Life after My Brain Injury Presentation
12 Ways to Enhance Our Lives, Well-Beings and Relationships after a Brain Injury and Stroke Presentation
Making Our Lives Magical One Day at a Time after Brain Injury and Stroke Presentation
Living with a Brain Injury, an Invisible Disability and Change after Brain Injury and Stroke Presentation
Living with a Brain Injury and an Invisible Disability — How are You Defining Success? Presentation
Instead, We can Create our Own Genius after Brain Injury and Stroke Presentation
Grieving the Guilt and Shame of a Traumatic Brain Injury and Stroke Presentation
Brain Injury — Why Do I Feel so Misunderstood and Shunned? Presentation
Living with a Brain Injury — I Can Not Do Everything, But Still I Can Do Something Presentation
Comprehensive History of Second Chance to Live — Answering the Call that never Came Presentation
Second Chance to Live and Succeeding Beyond my Special Needs from 10 Years of Age Presentation
To read more about my process and journey. click on this link.
Second Chance to Live Author’s Autobiography in Bullet Points
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