Quote from Lee Silber: Author of Books for Right-brain People

Do the right thing—always. Less stuff equals less stress. It’s better to be organized than disorganized. Don’t wait till the last minute, finish what you start and end the day on a high note. Concentrate on the task at hand—free of fear and worry. Surround yourself with as many positive people as possible. Hope for the best, but expect less from others. Have a clear vision for what you want your life to be like. Know who you are and what you stand for—and don’t get off track. Know your strengths and use them. I could go on but I’m afraid Stephen King will come along and hack this—and me—to pieces.

—Lee Silber’s E-mail newsletter

1 Response to “Quote from Lee Silber: Author of Books for Right-brain People”

  1. 1 Dena Dyer February 5, 2008 at 10:05 am

    Oh, I love this quote! :)Thanks for sharing it! And Christina, I love your blog, ezine, and all the helpful information you provide. I just ordered your Mama Writer book, too, and can’t wait to read it! When you get out from under your deadline, I’d love to be added to the Mama Writers’ blog roll: my blog is “Mother Inferior” at http://www.denadyer.com, and I have a page dedicated to aspiring writers. Thanks!

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