I know of no single factor that more greatly affects our ability to perform than the image we have of ourselves. (..) The most dramatic changes that take place…occur when you abandon a concept of self which had previously limited your performance. My job is to let go of the concepts and limiting images which prevent me from perceiving and expressing my greatest potential.”

(Timothy Gallwey, author of Inner Game of Tennis; in The Total Runner by Dr. Jerry Lynch)

Donnerstag, 23. Februar 2012

How wise...

It’s not where you’re from; it’s where you’re going.

It’s not what you drive; it’s what drives you.

It’s not what’s on you; it’s what’s in you.

It’s not what you think; it’s what you know.

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