At Hope Faculty we always tell our members that to spread hope you have to believe in yourself. Your own self belief is vital for the determination or direction of life.
To feel confidence you have to get rid of negativity, negativity and lack of confidence will always turn to self doubt and thats when its hard to give, fulfill and carryout things in you life to the full 100% potential. Outside factors we may not be able to influence but within ourselves we can try a few things to make life more focused to your vested interest and cut out alot of the time wasting. Below is a great list Hope Faculty found online, and it basicly sums up a few things you can quit which can help you fullfill or unlock the potential.
Hope faculty loves quotes that help to motivate the mind and ask questions of your-self.
This is the quote which Hope Faculty came across, (don’t know the source) wich embodies the rules for self-empowerment and the never give up attitude which represents and is a needed mindset for hope and success in our day to day lives.
Recently members of the Hope Faculty are becoming more vocal and want to express and add more input into the blog. So members are frequently suggesting content for the blog post which I the blog department is happy about, because secretly it confirms that the people involved in Hope Faculty are starting to believe especially after explaining countless times what we are! So this post goes out to Hope Faculty member Nim-Eye who has been getting at me to put out the quote you see below.
“I’m not perfect, but I am trying and if you don’t take part, you will fail”
“Find what you believe in and what you’re good at, and give it a go and keep digging and digging”
(both quotes taken from post fight interview on 29 April 2017)
Olympic Gold medalist Anthony Joshua and now the undisputed Heavyweight boxing champion of the World mangaged on the greatest fight night of his life to speak and remind the masses all over the world with the positive message, that you can do whatever you want just choose what you like, focus, believe , do the hard work and try and try again, you have nothing to loose just like him.
“I’m for truth, no matter who tells it. I’m for justice, no matter who it is for or against. I’m a human being, first and foremost, and as such I’m for whoever and whatever benefits humanity as a whole.”
The honourable Malcolm X was a great speaker and leader of the African American Civil Rights struggle and movements. At the start, he could be considered as very militant for the cause but for his own-self, he grew into an educated, well travelled leader seeking the truth for his own enlightenment even if it became humbling and changed his path eventually costing his life.