Thought for the Day
“It only takes one person to change your life - you.” - Ruth Casey
If you are thinking about changing something about your life, do not wait for the perfect time or situation to start the process. Organize your thoughts, stay motivated, and move into action. Look inward to find the strength to start and maintain change on a daily basis. Use resources around you to facilitate the process but understand that you ultimately determine the final outcome.
Today, remember, you have more than you think!
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