“I am guided by my passion, and a bit by my fears. I follow my dreams, no matter what it takes to make it happen. I have goals, aspirations, and will go all the way to reach them. No matter how hard life hits me, I will prevail. No matter how many hits I take, I will get up and hit back. There is no one who will tell me how things should be done because I will do whatever is right for me. There is nothing I can’t do that others can. It is my moment of decision that my destiny is guided. I create my own. It is not set, it is based within my own self. There are no magic fixes in life; it is up to me to be a handyman of my own life. Questions I ask myself: How badly do I want success? Am I willing to put forth the effort needed to make all this happen and give it my best? The answer is yes!
“I am out there to live my life, do things I want to do. By believing in my dreams, I will make them a reality. I know what I am worth, and no one will change my mind. The key to my success is me. There are no excuses, I just do what I need to do and go for it no matter what happens. At least, in the end, I know I have given my all. This is my life worth living.”
“We are all authors, authors of our own lives. Every day, you might go on with your day and change some of your preexisting outline. You look at what is good and bad, and make changes as you go along. Changes are good, experiences are even better. We might not end up being published, like the authors you see on the shelves of major bookstores. It doesn’t really matter. The key is to be able to reinvent yourself as you live your life. Never be afraid of anything, always go with what you are passionate about, and look for happiness. As you look for potential solutions to whatever problems you face, tackle them one at a time and be grateful for what you already have and that you are healthy. No matter what you do, no matter what you go through, you will always come out stronger and smarter. Your life is worth living, so go ahead—keep writing, you are the best gifted author you can ask for.”
—Dr. Dan Amzallag