Hey everyone, it’s Adam DeGraide with a micro motivation coming at you, if you can’t see something under four minutes, you’ve got nothing to say. Today I had the privilege of touring the Ronald Reagan, Museum and Library here in California. It’s amazing former governor, and also our 40th, President of the United States of America.
I remember when I was around 18 16 17 18, actually watching one of his State of the Union speeches, and forever changed my life and my party affiliation. After that moment, I was always amazed by Ronald. And one of the things that really struck me as I went through the museum is his positive attitude. Actually, in the Oval Office, he literally says, it can be done capital CAN, it can be done. The other thing that’s amazing about Ronald’s he had a very, very positive attitude. And he did so many great things. So when he first came into office, the hostages were released, he fixed a broken economy, he was able to convince Gorbachev to tear a wall down, and literally split that wall and freedom ring and all over the world, prosperity and freedom and peace an amazing President, regardless of what you think of his political views.
And one of the things that really is important for us to understand is that in life, positive attitude means everything. And I’m going to leave you with this last quote, which really blew me away. It said, ‘America’s best days are yet to come. Our proudest moments are yet to be. And our most glorious achievements are just ahead.’
So in our own lives, are we looking at the positive or the negative, because it can be done as Ronald said, and it’s very important that we see the best in front of us, not behind us as well. And the only way to make that happen is to make today your best day, because you can’t do anything tomorrow, yesterday is gone. The only time we have is now and as Ronald Reagan said it can be done.