Three days three quotes challenge

Day 1:

I am so happy for getting this wonderful challenge! I thank Meenakshi Sethi for nominating me for three days, three quote challenge. Do visit her awesome blog

So here is my first quote for Day 1:

When you move your focus from competition to contribution, life becomes a celebration. Never try to defeat people, just win their hearts.”

Gautama Buddha.

My nominees are:




Rules of the Challenge:

1. Three quotes for three days .

2. Three nominees each day (no repetition).

3. Thank the person who nominated you.

4. Inform the nominees.

Source: Three Days Three Quotes Challenge.

# Day 1.


37 thoughts on “Three days three quotes challenge

  1. I’m late to the party, so not reading these in the order they were posted. I commend you for taking the time to respond to this challenge by digging up so many wonderful quotes. They all speak to me, but this is the one I plan to put above my desk as a reminder of the importance of our need to work together – and to continue to champion that approach.

    We all have gifts to share – and competition comes from an insidious “winner takes all” SEO virus that, sadly, seems to have infected even the coaching field that started out so beautifully.
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMore dot com)
    – ADD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder –
    “It takes a village to transform a world!”

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      1. USA – currently residing in Cincinnati, Ohio. My Dad was a military scientist, so I moved around almost every year as a child.

        My blogging focus is primarily mental health awareness, information and advocacy. Many of the blogs I visit make me weep – so much struggle, so much pain from so much stigma, so little help.

        I’m big on focusing on the positive, but encourage taking time to process the negative as well. And I never shy away from calling out the current approaches of the American medical community (and the politically-primed policies of our ill-informed or out of date Drug Enforcement Agency)!!!!

        Posts like yours help me maintain some sort of balance toward the bright side.

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      2. Wow so you have been to places and so good work you are doing I really appreciate it and it is so good to make people aware of what is happening today. Even I am not someone who likes to read depressing posts cause it pulls you down and I read also a lot of positive books and listen to motivational speakers and I too want to be a positive person cause what r we going to take with us nothing so why not be happy and make others happy that is the reason why I write positive posts and inspire people towards being happy and joyful. Thanks for everything.πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

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      3. I’m hoping that MOST of my posts add to the positive – sharing information and suggestions about what helps, even if readers are unable to obtain much from their “live” communities.

        Keep an eye out for “Nick: A Personal Triumph over Brain Damage” (which will post in about an hour). VERY inspiring. Find links to my posts on the right column – most recent on top.

        I have a library of positive books in my arsenal as well – some including the authors of the quotes you have offered. I listen to Ted Talks as well as podcasts with a positive approach too.


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