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John Cena Aug 24
What is under our control is our reaction and response to all that is out of our control.
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John Cena Aug 21
Constantly be a work in progress.
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John Cena Aug 20
Avoiding guilt is very easy. Passing blame to others forces us away from some possibly uncomfortable truths. Own your choices, actions, words. Be accountable for you.
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John Cena Aug 20
A long step away from “developmental system down in Florida.” From the first on to a weekly television show on . Congratulations to and !
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John Cena Aug 19
Empathy, trying to see the world from the lives of others. Many times we rush to aggressively defend, stand up for ourselves, or put others down to feel superior. Take an extra breath, try and see all points of view before you take action.
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John Cena Aug 17
Be remembered because of what you stand for, not what you stand to gain.
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John Cena Aug 15
Wishing all in India 🇮🇳
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John Cena Aug 14
Having a plan collapse is frustratingly difficult. It happens to us all. Instead of clinging to a collapsed idea, adapt to the now. You’ll save energy, move forward with your life, and overcome the obstacle just put in front of you!
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John Cena Aug 12
“If you’re the smartest person in the room, you’re in the wrong room” I love this quote and feel it extends past intellect. Try to surround yourself with those who push you. Succeed or fail, you’ll be in a great environment to learn!
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John Cena Aug 12
Everyday we are faced with new challenges. Asking ourselves “what is this challenge? What is it’s purpose?” Can be helpful in deciding which challenges we run towards, and those we save for another day.
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John Cena Aug 11
Wishing safety and unforgettable moments to the entire family for ! Savor every second, there are few things more magical than the
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John Cena Aug 10
The importance of doing “nothing” is often overlooked. Just recently we’ve realized how valuable REST really is. Downtime or “playtime” is the same. Don’t feel guilty about having fun. Life’s easier to deal with when you can laugh and wear a genuine smile.
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John Cena Aug 9
Spend less time worrying about those “better” than you and more time investing in bettering yourself.
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John Cena Aug 7
Do the work. Commit to purpose. Constantly evolve. Never give up.
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John Cena Aug 6
Failure is embarrassing, painful, and something most all of us never openly WANT to face. It is also the best way to learn, grow, and define who you are. Be brave enough to admit and face failure, and it may just reward you with the wisdom to achieve your dreams.
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John Cena Aug 5
Fear of the judgement of others is something most all of us have felt. Love who you are and you will find facing that fear is much easier.
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John Cena Aug 4
Over the years my beliefs have changed about many different things. I used to feel sleep was not mandatory. “Sleep when you’re dead”, no thanks. I sleep so I can live. Just one of the many things that can evolve. Constantly look within. Know who you are and who you are not.
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John Cena Aug 3
Many times we make everything about ourselves. Our reality revolves around us, but the world’s does not. Handle your business, stay true to your values, be understanding enough to know the actions, choices, lifestyle, success/failure of others has little or nothing to do with you
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John Cena Aug 2
We all strive for certain things, but being jealous of others and attempting to make others jealous is a reflection of our own faults and insecurities.
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John Cena Aug 1
We will always have critics. I’m grateful to all those critical of any choice I’ve made. It encourages me to look within and determine the value of their thoughts. Some have helped me grow tremendously. Others are just a reflection of their own insecurities.
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