Act as if what You do Matters

I have two quotes I’d like to share today. 

“Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does.”

William James

I read this quote on the internet the other day and it made me feel really good about myself. It gives a strong message since a lot of us don’t really believe in what we do. And honestly, THINK as if what you have to say matters. Your thoughts have more power than you know. 

A simple passing negative thought can ruin your day and some simple positive words can make someone’s day. 

“I’ve always felt that if you’re not on your side, why should anyone else be. So I always encourage people to be confident, and sometimes even a little falsely so, just so you can give yourself an opportunity.”

– Robert Downey Jr.

RDJ is one of my favorite humans on this planet (tell me if you agree!). And this quote always makes me feel confident. Because the man’s right- if you don’t believe in yourself, and you are not on your side, why will anyone else be?  These are some strong words to live by, I know. 

These two quotes are something to give you confidence and to make you believe in yourself. I merely wanted to remind you that you’re a wonderful human being and there’s nothing you can’t do. You’ll find your place in this world, never stop looking up, and start believing in yourself.

Coldplay to the rescue 💖

Keep the confident vibes flowing,

Pranjali Jain

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Aman Sakhuja says:

    RDJ is my favourite too btw!!😌

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Sukhpreet Jhass says:

    💖💖

    Liked by 1 person

  3. RDJ, after all who hates him? 😁😁

    The quote you penned of him, is quite relate to his own life, I guess!!😁😁

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Pranjali says:

      Yes, actually!

      Like

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