Matshona Dhilowayo & Fabienne Fredrickson on Willpower & Determination - 2 Minute Tuesday


In an effort to truly understand what is willpower, and what is determination, I've decided to focus on these two areas of development and really study them.

These are the quotes of the week (week 4) that represent this theme. These positive quotes are from Matshona Dhilowayo & Fabienne Fredrickson

The First Quote Is From Matshona Dhilowayo

A seed neither fears light nor darkness, but uses both to grow

The Second Quote Is From Fabienne Fredrickson

The day you plant the seed is not the day you eat the fruit

As I work reallllly hard on the landscaping of our home, I decided to look up quotes related to seeds. Seeds have tremendous willpower if you think about it. No matter how deep into the dirt they get, they still find ways to sprout into trees that can reach the sky. This week is all about understanding the strength and willpower of a seed, and using that as reminder to understand your own strength and willpower!

As always, own your time, develop your vision, and take action! Have a great one!

September 22, 2020



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