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The most important thing is for you to be your own best friend. Whatever you are doing – don’t put yourself down. Slowly begin to discover which, for you, is the path of the heart. Which path in life will make you grow? That is the path to take.
– Susan Jeffers

Not only am I going to experience fear whenever I’m on on unfamiliar territory, but so is everyone else. I said to myself: “You mean all those people out there that I’ve been envying because they’re not afraid to move ahead with their lives have really been afraid? Why didn’t somebody tell me!?” I guess I never asked.
– Susan Jeffers

You might already have been asking yourself, “Why should I put myself through all the discomfort that comes with taking risks? Why don’t I just go on living my life the way I’ve been living it?” You might find my answer to that question surprising. It is: Pushing through fear is less frightening than living with the underlying circumstances that come from a feeling of helplessness.
– Susan Jeffers

The bigger your life, the smaller your fear.
– Susan Jeffers

You may be surprised and encouraged to learn that while inability to deal with fear may look and feel like a psychological problem, in most cases it isn’t. I believe it is primarily an educational problem, and that by re-educating the mind, you can accept fear as simply a fact of life rather than a barrier to success.
– Susan Jeffers

Call someone you are intimidated to call, buy a pair of shoes that costs more than you would ever have paid in the past, ask for something you want that you have been too frightened to ask for before. Take a risk a day – one small or bold stroke that will make you feel great once you have done it.
– Susan Jeffers

I know that some fear is instinctual and healthy and keeps us alert to trouble. The rest – the part that holds us back from personal growth – is inappropriate and destructive, and perhaps can be blamed on our conditioning.
– Susan Jeffers

Say YES to life. Participate. Move. Act. Write. Read. Sign up. Take a stand. Or do whatever it takes for you. Get involved in the process. As Rollo May wrote in Man’s Search for Himself: “Every organism has one and only one central need in life, to fulfill its own potentialities.”
– Susan Jeffers

When we give from a place of love, rather than from a place of expectation, more usually comes back to us than we could ever have imagined.
– Susan Jeffers

The only way to get rid of the fear of doing something is to go out and do it.
– Susan Jeffers

Whenever we take a chance and enter unfamiliar territory or put ourselves into the world in a new way, we experience fear. Very often this fear keeps us from moving ahead with our lives. The trick is to feel the fear and do it anyway.
– Susan Jeffers

Are you a “victim,” or are you taking responsibility for your life? … Taking responsibility means never blaming anyone else for anything you are being, doing, having or feeling.
– Susan Jeffers

If we do not consciously and consistently focus on the spiritual part of ourselves, we will never experience the kind of joy, satisfaction, safety, and connectedness we are all seeking.
– Susan Jeffers

Start thinking about yourself as a lifetime student at a large university. Your curriculum is your total relationship with the world you live in, from the moment you’re born to the moment you die. Each experience is a valuable lesson to be learned.
– Susan Jeffers

The world is filled with people who have been handed the “worst” life has to offer… and they have come out winners!
– Susan Jeffers

I can’t stress enough that positive thinking needs daily practice. I’ve been practicing it for years and still spend some time each day focusing on the elimination of negativity from my thinking.
– Susan Jeffers

This one is really tough! See if you can go one week without criticizing anyone or complaining about anything. You will be surprised how difficult this is. You will also be surprised to learn how much complaining and criticizing you do.
– Susan Jeffers

The less you need someone’s approval, the more you are able to love them.
– Susan Jeffers

Once you get your body in shape, you can’t stop working out. Within a short ime your muscles start losing tone, and where you once could do 50 sit-ups, 20 is now your maximum. You must keep at it. The intellect acts in the same way. When problem solving, stimulating discussion or reading is a part of your daily life, your mind is sharp. After a two-week vacation of lounging on the beach, your brain feels soggy.
– Susan Jeffers

This Article is Posted on 09 Apr 2015 in Informative Section and Quotes