I Can Listen to Myself, Now

“I’m my worst critic,
and I like the fact that I can listen to myself, now,
and make fun of myself, listen, make changes –
‘Oh, man, that’s messed up. Okay, I need to work on that;
I need to work on this.'”
~ Mary J. Blige,
Singer, Songwriter, Record Producer & Actress,
Grammy Awards (9x), Multi-Platinum Studio Albums (8x),
Founder – Matriarch Records, Fragrance – Melodies by MJB,
Fragrance Foundation FIFI Awards (2x), World Music Awards Legends Award (2006)
& ASCAP Voice of Music Award (2007)

A Big Reason for My Life

“People in love look into each other’s souls,
and it is that feeling that I try to capture when I sing.
I listen to the people.
That was a big reason for my life, maybe the main reason,
I’m singing because I love it when people say to me,
‘Thank you.’ I thank them. It’s a marriage.”
~ Julio Iglesias,
a.k.a. Julio José Iglesias de la Cueva
Singer, Songwriter, Guinness Record (3x),
2600+ Certified Gold and Platinum Albums,
Grammy Award, Latin Grammy, World Music Award,
Billboard Awards, Silver Gull, ASCAP,
American Music Award & Lo Nuestro Awards

Positive Deposits in the Daily Life

You can make positive deposits in your own economy every day
by reading and listening to powerful, positive, life-changing content
and by associating with encouraging and hope-building people.”
~ Hilary Hinton “Zig” Ziglar,
Author, Salesman, & Motivational Speaker

The Comfy Life of Rules

“Somehow people get very nervous about leaving the comfortable life of rules behind,
and never take the chance to develop their own internal voice, to listen to their own consciousness.”
~ Michael Masser,
Stockbroker, Composer & Song-writer

The Heart’s Call

“Listen to the calling of your heart
and the true riches of
life will follow.”
~ Byrd Baggett,

Deepest Wishes are Whispers of the Soul

“Our deepest wishes are whispers of our authentic selves.
We must learn to respect them. We must learn to listen.”
~ Sarah Ban Breathnach,

5 Steps to Wisdom

“The first step in the acquisition of wisdom is silence,
the second: listening,
the third: memory,
the fourth: practice,
the fifth: teaching others.”
~ Solomon Gabriol