Wisdom from Gail Lynne Goodwin

I’d like to share a few things I’ve learned…

Gratitude! Begin and end your day with gratitude. What you focus on grows, so focus on good things. Develop an attitude of gratitude.

Realize that what’s happening around you isn’t who you are. Illusions can appear real but we get to choose whether or not to buy into them. You can be the chess master or the pawn- your choice.

Dream big and make life fun! Do something outrageous each day. Follow your passion. Believe in yourself. Change your attitude to “I’ll see it when I believe it”, not the other way around. Happiness is a choice. You have the power to do, be or create anything you choose. All things are possible-if you never give up!

Take responsibility for your actions and inactions. You choose how to act or react. No one can make you feel anything without your permission. Therefore, act – don’t react. Choose consciously and wisely. You are only one choice away from changing your world. Start with your beliefs, which will lead your thoughts, which will create your actions, which will produce your results.

Life is full of little curves and there will be times when you’ll get caught up in the drama of life and forget who you are. It’s not important that you forgot, but in how quickly you can remember….Continue reading at InspireMeToday.com.

Gail Lynne Goodwin is the “Ambassador of Inspiration” and the founder of InspireMeToday.com.

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Frans Badenhorst
Frans B3 years ago

thanks Gail - uplifting

Tim Cheung
Tim C6 years ago


K s Goh
KS G6 years ago

Thanks for the article.

Santanita G.
Santanita G6 years ago

Thank you

Catherine C.
Catherine C6 years ago

Lovely!!! How quickly we forget these things sometimes...
I know someone who really might be inspired by this article and I can hardly wait to share it.

Thank you!


Christa Leduc
Christa L6 years ago

Thanks for sharing. I live by those principles every day and it feels great to be alive.

Judy B.
Judy B.6 years ago

Thanks for the encouragement and that we are not those illusions that daily surround us.

Kristine Huff
Kristine H6 years ago

Simple, honest and thorough. Thank you Gail, inspiring article!

Mac C.
mac C6 years ago

Good thoughts, thanks.

Debbie Wasko
Past Member 6 years ago

Came across this and thought it good enough to share ...

There are 5 things you cannot recover in life:

The Stone -- after it's thrown
The Word -- after it's said
The Occasion -- after it's missed
The Time -- after it's gone
A person -- after they die.