“The darkest hour is precisely the time for you to shine, because it’s in the darkest sky that you get the best view of the stars. After that, you can enjoy the quiet beauty of dawn and the start of a bright new day.” – Wally Amos, The Path to Success Is Paved with Positive Thinking

“In the hit song “Limbo Rock”, when Chubby Checker asked, “How long can you go?”, he wasn’t challenging people to go from bad to worse. He was encouraging them to bend their backs and emerge triumphantly limber from under the limbo pole. Sometimes it may seem you’ll never be able to bend  and come out from under the barriers that are getting you down. The only way to overcome obstacles is to continue working your way through them.” – Wally Amos, The Path To Success Is Paved With Positive Thinking

“Bogged down, spinnin’ your wheels, out of time, frustrated, stressin’? It’s the details. You’re messing with the details. Just get clear on your vision — the end result. Think, think, and let go. Follow your impulses, do what you can, act as if, and know you’ve done your part.” – Mike Dooley, Notes From The Universe 

“You can always turn lemons into lemonade. Remember that doors may slam in your face, yet others will always open to more brilliant prospects. See any adverse situation you may currently have as the necessary impetus for creating a fabulous future.” – Wally Amos, The Path To Success Is Paved With Positive Thinking

“It’s not hard. Time and space are the playground of the Universe, not the Harvard of the Universe. Kindergarten dressed as paradise, at recess.” – Mike Dooley, Notes From The Universe

“There are no promises that life will be easy. However, easy or hard is not the question. I’m convinced the only question we need ever ask is: “Is it possible?” The aswer will always be yes because all things are possible, especially when we apply faith and a lot of passion.” – Wally Amos, The Path To Success Is Paved With Positive Thinking

 “By the inch it’s a cinch, by the yard it’s hard. How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time, right? We can handle anything in small increments.” – Wally Amos, The Path To Success Is Paved With Positive Thinking