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Blogtober Day 15: Favorite Quote and Why!


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I love words and even more when they are strung together to make beautiful statements. I admire numerous quotes and find tremendous inspiration from them. I ultimately believe the above quote is my favorite because it is beyond relevant to my aspirations and goals, whether achieved already or those that are in my deck of cards to play out in the future.

It can be easy to lose sight of a goal and jump to an "I Can't" attitude. But if you set your mind to it, and if you want something bad enough, the first step in getting there is to believe you can. Growing up I was told the "c" word, was not to be part of my vocabulary. A frustrating lesson at times, but one that I refer to constantly. For that, I love to remind myself often, "She believed she could so she did."

Until me meet again,
M

Helene in Between Blogtober

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  1. I love your reason behind why you love this quote - you are so right the 'c' word should be banned. As soon as you say you can't do something you start to really believe that you can't. If we all started to say we can do something, I wonder what we would achieve? :)
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  2. I have never heard this quote before, but I think it is one of my new favorites! It says so much so concisely. Thanks for sharing

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