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Faith Is Everything

Dear Leader,

If you’ve been following me for a while you know how big I am on the power of faith. Faith can push us to do things most would consider impossible or very difficult. Faith creates confidence.

Below is a snippet of Hebrews Chapter 11 Verses 1-3 on faith:

“Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see. This is what the ancients were commended for. By faith we understand that the universe was formed at God’s command, so that what is seen was not made out of what was visible.”

Faith is based on your belief.

All we really got is faith, think about it…. you only turn the light switch on because you BELIEVE the lights will come on. You continue to put one foot in front of the other because you BELIEVE it will move you in the right direction. You only start a new business because you BELIEVE it will be successful.

So here I tell you, Dream Big and have faith in your biggest dreams to make them possible.

Your Fellow Lifestyle Leader,

Ruff

Be Willing To Give Out Before Giving Up

Be willing to give out before you give up!! Let’s think in terms of lifting weights… your muscles grow and get stronger from the resistance of not being to lift the weight as freely. The more reps you do, the weaker your Kielce may feel in the moment but when you push that resistance to absolute muscle failure you actually become stronger. Your muscle grows. You too can grow your entire life through this similar effort. #DreamBigLifestyle

Small Steps Create Big Success

Doing just 1 thing a day related to your dreams is better than no progress at all. All steps don’t have to be huge. Imagine if you made a new habit to do at least 1 thing every day to move your dreams forward…

Life Is A Journey. 


Life is a journey. Your struggles prepare you for greater along your journey. Your journey becomes your testimony. 
– Ruff

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Efforts Breeds Excellence 

  

Dear Leader,

Effort brings satisfaction. Knowing that you did your best, you gave it your all, that alone is a reason to be proud of yourself. There are many people who don’t give challenges their best shot and as a result they don’t reach their goal. There are also many people who do actually give challenges there very best, but still somehow don’t reach there desired outcome. 

If at any point in your life you don’t reach a goal that you are aiming for, as long as you give the challenge 100% effort on your part that’s all that truly matters. Trying your best as opposed to only giving a minor effort and hoping for a major outcome is a key to personal fulfillment and happiness. 

If you don’t succeed at first even though you gave the task your very best effort, that’s okay. Try again, and again, and again until you do receive the desired outcome. You will see that giving your best each time helps you get better. So continue to strive for greatness, continue to aim higher, and continue to improve your efforts each time. You are bound to succeed and be proud of the effort you’ve put forth. With no limitations in mind, DREAM BIG!!!

Your Fellow Lifestyle Leader,

Ruff

Impossible Is A Lie.

Impossible Is A LieDear Leader,

Let’s start today off with some truth. Impossible is a lie. Someone BELIEVED a piece of metal weighing 75 tons could fly through the air carrying hundreds of people. Someone also BELIEVED a tiny audio device could wirelessly connect to a 2.5 x 4 inch digital mobile device and play your favorite music. What someone may have thought was impossible 1000 years ago is past possible today.

You are very much capable of doing the exact same things that one of your peers thinks is impossible, but do YOU BELIEVE it is possible is what truly matters. There are no limitations in this life we live except the limitations we believe in. Be great, young Leader, and Dream Big!!

Your Fellow Lifestyle Leader,

Ruff

No True Limitations

Nothing Worth Having Comes EasyDear Leader,

Your physical body’s capabilities IS NOT your full potential. Your environment IS NOT your full potential. And neither one of these factors can determine what your full potential is. All of us aren’t able to slam dunk a basketball in a 10 foot goal or run faster than a cheetah, but these limitations on our physical bodies DO NOT limit our potential. You are capable of great things.

Challenge your mind to see past your perceived handicaps and continue striving towards reaching your full potential. No dream is too big. In your mind be a giant!! No obstacle is too difficult for you. After all, what’s worth having doesn’t come easy. Dream Big, Leader. No limitations.

Your fellow Lifestyle Leader,

Ruff

“Only he who can see the invisible can do the impossible.”

– Frank L. Gaines