Lessons For Architects And Designers – Master Your Emotions

Master Your Emotions

“If I feel depressed, I will sing.

If I feel sad, I will laugh.

If I feel ill, I will double my labor.

If I feel fear, I will plunge ahead.

If I feel inferior, I will wear new garments.

If I feel uncertain, I will raise my voice.

If I feel poverty, I will think of wealth to come.

If I feel incompetent, I will remember past success.

If I feel insignificant, I will remember my goals.

If I become overconfident, I will recall my failures.

If I overindulge, I will think of past hungers.

If I feel complacency, I will remember my competition.

If I enjoy moments of greatness, I will remember moments of shame.

If I feel all-powerful, I will try to stop the wind.

If I attain great wealth, I will remember one unfed mouth.

If I become overly proud, I will remember a moment of weakness.

If I feel my skill is unmatched, I will look at the stars.

Today I will master my emotions.”

(Author: Og Mandino, Book: “The Greatest Salesman in the World“)

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3 Comments on “Lessons For Architects And Designers – Master Your Emotions”

  1. drndark says:

    Reblogged this on drndark.


  2. Gail Green says:

    Always master your emotions! You get into trouble when you don’t think before you speak or act!


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