Just Do Right! shared by Maya Angelou and Evan Carmichael

If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude.

Maya Angelou

“Do right”,  simple isn’t it? Why do so many of us believe we can’t just do right? When faced with the choice, how can we move towards right action? Today’s Daily Dose shared by Evan Carmichael and the late Maya Angelou is a quick nudge in the right direction. Maya encourages us to trust our inner spirit and make choices which will leave happiness and joy as a result. Evan adds his unique brand of motivation to help us believe we have the power to accomplish the two simple words, do right.

Check out Evan’s awesome book here: Your One Word: The Powerful Secret to Creating a Business and Life That Matter

Evan Carmichael is an entrepreneur with a successful YouTube channel and website. His goal is to reach people around the world to help them follow their skill sets and pursue fulfilling work. Evan has a humble tone and a bold goal, which he moves toward each day with focus; it’s a joy to watch and read his work. Connect with Evan via YouTube, his blog, and Twitter.

The great Maya Angelou was a prolific writer, poet and communicator. As a young woman from Stamps Arkansas who faced the challenges of single motherhood and poverty she rose to greatness with integrity and grace. Her well-known work, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings went from banned to standard course adoption in universities around the world. Connect with Maya’s library of work and legacy via her website.

Thank you Evan Carmichael for bringing us this awesome clip and thank you to Maya Angelou for a life of wisdom communicated through prose.

Thank for reading, have an awesome day!

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Just Do Right! shared by Maya Angelou and Evan Carmichael

If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude.

Maya Angelou

“Do right”,  simple isn’t it? Why do so many of us believe we can’t just do right? When faced with the choice, how can we move towards right action? Today’s Daily Dose shared by Evan Carmichael and the late Maya Angelou is a quick nudge in the right direction. Maya encourages us to trust our inner spirit and make choices which will leave happiness and joy as a result. Evan adds his unique brand of motivation to help us believe we have the power to accomplish the two simple words, do right.

Check out Evan’s awesome book here: Your One Word: The Powerful Secret to Creating a Business and Life That Matter

Evan Carmichael is an entrepreneur with a successful YouTube channel and website. His goal is to reach people around the world to help them follow their skill sets and pursue fulfilling work. Evan has a humble tone and a bold goal, which he moves toward each day with focus; it’s a joy to watch and read his work. Connect with Evan via YouTube, his blog, and Twitter.

The great Maya Angelou was a prolific writer, poet and communicator. As a young woman from Stamps Arkansas who faced the challenges of single motherhood and poverty she rose to greatness with integrity and grace. Her well-known work, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings went from banned to standard course adoption in universities around the world. Connect with Maya’s library of work and legacy via her website.

Thank you Evan Carmichael for bringing us this awesome clip and thank you to Maya Angelou for a life of wisdom communicated through prose.

Enjoy this day and Stay Wise.

Top Ten Regrets of the Dying, shared by Richard Kuo

Believe me, I’ve done very good stuff and very crazy stuff, and I don’t regret the crazy stuff.

-Jean-Claude Van Damme-

Want to start living with fewer regrets? Do you feel like you are living true to yourself? Are you just living the life others expect of you? Today’s Daily Dose shared by Richard Kuo could help you re-examine the areas in your life where you expend the most energy to see if they serve you.

The list of regrets was derived from the work of Bronnie Ware, an Australian end of life caretaker turned best-selling author. In 2009 Bronnie penned the best-selling memoir, The Top 5 Regrets of the Dying, released worldwide in 29 languages. She has also released two albums of original songs, and created a second book of short stories, Your Year for Change. Check out her books here:

The Top Five Regrets of the Dying: A Life Transformed by the Dearly Departing

Your Year for Change: 52 Reflections for Regret-Free Living

Bloom: A Tale of Courage, Surrender, and Breaking Through Upper Limits

Richard Kuo is a youth motivational speaker and YouTube creator. His goal is to help guide youth in the journey to find self-worth and self-actualization. Richard has over 150 videos on YouTube from topics discussing self-doubt to shaming and depression. Richard is an old soul who has taken his show on the road to inspire and motivate students across the country.

Please support Richard in his fantastic endeavor to motivate and inspire our youth. Connect with Richard via his awesome channel, website, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Enjoy Richard and Bronnie’s work.

Stay Wise.

Daily Dose: Top Ten Regrets of the Dying, shared by Richard Kuo

Believe me, I’ve done very good stuff and very crazy stuff, and I don’t regret the crazy stuff.

-Jean-Claude Van Damme-

Want to start living with fewer regrets? Do you feel like you are living true to yourself? Are you just living the life others expect of you? Today’s Daily Dose shared by Richard Kuo could help you re-examine the areas in your life where you expend the most energy to see if they serve you.

The list of regrets was derived from the work of Bronnie Ware, an Australian end of life caretaker turned best-selling author. In 2009 Bronnie penned the best-selling memoir, The Top 5 Regrets of the Dying, released worldwide in 29 languages. She has also released two albums of original songs, and created a second book of short stories, Your Year for Change. Learn more about Bronnie via her site and blog.

Richard Kuo is a youth motivational speaker and YouTube creator. His goal is to help guide youth in the journey to find self-worth and self-actualization. Richard has over 150 videos on YouTube from topics discussing self-doubt to shaming and depression. Richard is an old soul who has taken his show on the road to inspire and motivate students across the country.

Please support Richard in his fantastic endeavor to motivate and inspire our youth. Connect with Richard via his awesome channel, website, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Enjoy Richard and Bronnie’s work.

Stay Wise.

Just Do Right! shared by Maya Angelou and Evan Carmichael

If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude.

Maya Angelou

“Do right”,  simple isn’t it? Why do so many of us believe we can’t just do right? When faced with the choice, how can we move towards right action? Today’s Daily Dose shared by Evan Carmichael and the late Maya Angelou is a quick nudge in the right direction. Maya encourages us to trust our inner spirit and make choices which will leave happiness and joy as a result. Evan adds his unique brand of motivation to help us believe we have the power to accomplish the two simple words, do right.

Evan Carmichael is an entrepreneur with a successful YouTube channel and website. His goal is to reach people around the world to help them follow their skill sets and pursue fulfilling work. Evan has a humble tone and a bold goal, which he moves toward each day with focus; it’s a joy to watch and read his work. Connect with Evan via YouTube, his blog, and Twitter.

The great Maya Angelou was a prolific writer, poet and communicator. As a young woman from Stamps Arkansas who faced the challenges of single motherhood and poverty she rose to greatness with integrity and grace. Her well-known work, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings went from banned to standard course adoption in universities around the world. Connect with Maya’s library of work and legacy via her website.

Thank you Evan Carmichael for bringing us this awesome clip and thank you to Maya Angelou for a life of wisdom communicated through prose.

Enjoy this day and Stay Wise.