Do you have a favorite dialogue, lyric, quote or affirmation? Please share with us below.

Shari Alyse | America’s Joy Magnet” – 2x TEDx Speaker | TV Host & Personality | Bestselling Author”

“Let no one ever come to you without leaving better and happier.” – Mother Teresa The first time I read this quote, it resonated so deeply within. I knew immediately that this was how I wanted to live my life. I want to be the person that people loved being around because they always feel uplifted, more joyful and more alive. Read more>>

Julia Walton | Author

There’s a C.S. Lewis quote I love. “Courage, dear heart.” Every time I find myself feeling overwhelmed or afraid of the challenges ahead I remember that courage is a choice you make every single day. It’s for the big and small decisions and it requires commitment. To me it means, “try it. be brave. This will not end you.” Read more>>

ESTEFANY CESPEDES | Skin Care Professional | Educator | Philanthropist |

“No hay medicina que cure lo que no cura la felicidad/ No medicine cures what happiness cannot.”-Gabriel García Márquez This quote has been my favorite since the first time I read it. It’s a constant reminder to always find happiness no matter the situation. I’ve taken myself out of very dark times through faith in God and continuously reminding myself that happiness and gratefulness cures all. Read more>>

Symone Le’nae | Artist & Entrepreneur

My favorite quote is definitely discipline over motivation. For me it is about taking control of your power and getting out of your own way. There are days when motivation will flow in and motivation will be nonexistent, in those moments is where we are tested. It doesn’t mean applying so much pressure you’re stressed about not accomplishing something but a reminder to hold yourself accountable to your goals and ambitions. This is my mantra and I repeat it to myself everyday when I’m feeling lack luster or unmotivated— it gets me up to at least do one thing for myself that will uplift my mood and make me feel good no matter how small the task is. Read more>>