My biggest hero was my mother. She told me every day that I could do or be anything. I knew it, I believed it, and I embraced it.
We can all learn something from people we admire.
Your net worth can fluctuate, but your self-worth should only appreciate.
Too many veterans are poor or near poor and homeless because of it.
Most of us have heard the saying, 'Cleanliness is next to godliness.' That's a sentiment I value, but another virtue has inspired me to revise that saying. As far as I'm concerned, what's next to godliness is resourcefulness.
I am very, very conscious of time. I always wear two watches. People ask me, 'Why do you do that?' Because I was late once,and it cost me a huge opportunity.
As long as you have a plan for how you'll live, don't let jealous people turn their insecurities into yours.
Finding gainful employment to pay for housing is hard for any veteran experiencing homelessness. It's even more difficult for veterans who've also had encounters with police and stints in jail.
Many have forged a path to greatness lit only by a vision in their minds.
Baby steps count, too, as long as you're moving forward.
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