Do It Right

Nope, I did not write this and don’t know who did — but is has always been a favorite inspirational piece for me to read.

If there were a time to dare
to make a difference,
to embark on something worth doing it is now.
Not for any grand cause, necessarily–
but for something that tugs at your heart;
something that’s your aspiration;
something that’s your dream.
You owe it to yourself
to make your days count.

Have fun.
Dig deep.
Stretch.

Dream big.

Know, though, that things worth doing
seldom come easy.
There will be good days,
and there will be bad days.
There will be times when you want to turn around,
pack it all up, and call it quits.
Those times tell you
that you are pushing yourself,
that you are not afraid to learn by trying.

Persist.

Because with an idea,
determination,
and the right tools,
you can do great things.
Let your instincts,
your intellect,
and your heart guide you.

Trust.

Believe in the incredible power of the human mind.
Of doing something that makes a difference.
Of working hard.
Of laughing and hoping.
Of lazy afternoons.
Of lasting friends
Of all the things that will cross your path this year.

The start of something new
brings the hope of something great.
Anything is possible.
There is only one you.
And you will pass this way only once.

Do It Right.

Author Unknown

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About Sharon

Sharon Palmeri received her BS degree in English and journalism from Indiana University Northwest and IU Bloomington. As a published author she has taught in all areas of writing for 20+ years, and has had over two hundred articles and stories published in magazines and newspapers. She freelances as a ghost writer, editor, book doctor, publicist, and publication consultant. She also has worked as content editor, adviser and book layout designer.
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