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Jim's Gems: What Will You Choose Today?

October 10, 2011
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Every day presents new and exciting opportunities. Today is no different. We have the opportunity for a great experience. Today we have an opportunity to embrace new challenges and take advantage of the ultimate rewards that come from our efforts.

It is up to us, however, to take advantage of those opportunities. No one can do it for us. It is up to us to make the most of this day; to make a deliberate decision to accept what the day has to offer,;and to reap the benefits that are awaiting us.

It would be the easy way out to conclude that there are too many obstacles keeping you from experiencing a great day, yet that would be an unfortunate mistake. For even in the face of overwhelming problems, today can be a truly unique and positive experience.

Actually, those problems and obstacles can play a highly positive role in the great experience of this day. By working our way through whatever may come along, we build a greater appreciation for all the goodness that surrounds us.

We also build our confidence, strength and effectiveness to higher and higher levels. And that opens the doors to vast new areas of opportunity and achievement.

Today is here now, so go ahead and jump into it with both feet using all your energy and confidence. Experience the richness of this day, and you'll carry its unique value with you always.

Today can be a different day. It’s your choice so take advantage of the opportunity to make it a great experience.

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