Best Lucinda Bassett Quotes On How To Conquer Your Fears

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“Life is a fabulous adventure. It wasn’t meant to be lived in fear.”- Lucinda Bassett

“Instead of striving for perfection, strive to get comfortable with the fact that things aren’t perfect and never will.”- Lucinda Bassett

“When we learn to put things in proper perspective, we are in control and we no longer have to be afraid. We can be positive instead of negative, rational instead of irrational.”- Lucinda Bassett

“There’s another way of working with the energy we produce when we feel guilty about something we did. We can use it to reorganize our mistakes and to motivate change.”– Lucinda Bassett

“The truth is, criticism can be good for you. Use it to grow.”- Lucinda Bassett

“The sensitivity that makes you vulnerable also can give the ability to know yourself well, to excel and do great things.”- Lucinda Bassett

“Happiness doesn’t come ‘some day when.’ It comes from inside yourself, right now, wherever you are.”- Lucinda Bassett

“There are no right or wrong decisions. You simply need to make one and accompany it with a commitment to do your best to make it work.”- Lucinda Bassett

“Instead of obsessing about something negative, we can use our analytical obsessive energy to visualize and create something wonderful.”- Lucinda Bassett

“Instead of letting other people’s pain threaten you, take a step back, gain a right perspective, and be grateful for your own life.”- Lucinda Bassett

“Your decisions to stop your scary thoughts will allow you to pay attention to your mind and give yourself insight about something real that is bothering you.”- Lucinda Bassett

“If you find yourself worrying about your health, use it as motivation. Stop worrying, listen to the signals, and do something positive for yourself.”- Lucinda Bassett

“The cause of your anxiety is the way you think.”- Lucinda Bassett

“Nothing is ever as bad as you expect it will be. The anticipation is most often the worst part.”- Lucinda Bassett

“Your fears are all about losing control. If you want to stay in control, stay in the present instead of projecting into the future.”– Lucinda Bassett

“Wherever your guilt is coming from, it all breaks down to the same disempowering labels. ‘I’m a bad person. I did something wrong. I should be punished.”- Lucinda Bassett

“We can’t Change the past. What’s done is done. If we want to get healthy, we must learn to forgive both ourselves and others. Then we can begin to let go of guilt and move forward.”- Lucinda Bassett

“Responsibility means the ability to respond in a situation with control and calmness. It turns out that taking responsibility, as difficult as it is initially, is the only road to peace.”- Lucinda Bassett

“No matter what your background, if you started out with low self-esteem or low self-confidence, it can work for or against you, depending on how you utilize the experiences of your life.”- Lucinda Bassett

“The desire and ability to do great things starts with the thought that you can.”– Lucinda Bassett

“The more you practice the attitude of achievement, the more certain you’ll become. That’s where the magic begins.”- Lucinda Bassett

“Believe in yourself because you’re the only one who knows what’s best for you. And you’re the only one who’ll suffer if you don’t follow your dreams.”- Lucinda Bassett

“You can’t have a positive attitude without also having healthy self-esteem.”- Lucinda Bassett

“In order to free yourself from pain, you must endure it, not run from it.”- Lucinda Bassett

“It’s time to get familiar with the new”new” who is confident, positive, and an inspiration to yourself and everybody around you.”- Lucinda Bassett

“Even if you know the most wonderful person who makes you feel safe, you really must be there for yourself.”- Lucinda Bassett

“The most successful people I know have gotten there by choosing to underreact to stressful conditions and to keep moving forward.”- Lucinda Bassett

“When you waste time, you waste energy. When you manage your energy, you also manage and time.”- Lucinda Bassett

“Trust is an unconditional surrender to a knowing deep inside yourself that everything is all right, exactly as it is. The outcome is immaterial.”- Lucinda Bassett

“Faith is believing in the process, no matter how it looks. It requires great patience and continued conviction that things will work out for the best.”- Lucinda Bassett

“When you have a question, pray for an answer. Ask for a specific solution and then wait, watch and look.”- Lucinda Bassett

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8 Simple Tips To Find True Happiness In Life, According To Epictetus

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When you have decided to do something, always try to do your best work.

When you have decided that a thing ought to be done, and you are doing it, never shun being seen doing it, even though the multitude should be likely to judge the matter amiss. For if you are not acting rightly, shun the act itself; if rightly, however, why fear misplaced censure.”- Epictetus

Do not ignore your goals. You must do what you have to do to make your dreams come true.

“First, say to yourself what you would be; and then do what you have to do.”- Epictetus

No thing great is created suddenly

“No thing great is created suddenly, any more than a bunch of grapes or a fig. If you tell me that you desire a fig, I answer you that there must be time. Let it first blossom, then bear fruit, then ripen.”- Epictetus

You are responsible for your own happiness

“If any be unhappy, let him remember that he is unhappy by reason of himself alone.”-Epictetus

Never stop learning

“For it is impossible for a man to begin to learn what he has a conceit that he already knows.”- Epictetus

Choose your friends wisely

“Try to enjoy the great festival of life with other men.”- Epictetus

You are the master of your own life.

“Thou shalt not blame or flatter any.”- Epictetus

Do not worry yourself about things not in your control

“Some things are in our control and others not. Things in our control are opinion, pursuit, desire, aversion, and, in a word, whatever are our own actions. Things not in our control are body, property, reputation, command, and, in one world, whatever are not our own actions.”- Epictetus