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#AtoZchallenge — V is for Value — #WriteMotivation

Price is what you pay. It takes hard work to remain positive. But the value, the reward, you get in the end is sooooo worth it!

Price is what you pay. It takes hard work to remain positive. But the value, the reward, you get in the end is sooooo worth it!

If you need more Motivation/Positive Post-It Notes, please feel free to click away!

A is for Attitude
B is for Believe
C is for Cheering
D is for Don’t Quit!
E is for Encourage
F is for Find the Positive
G is for Go! Go! Go!
H is for Help
I is for Inspiration
J is for Just Do It!
K is for Keep Going
L is for Learn
M is for Make the First Move

N is for Never Give Up!
O is for One More
P is for Perspective
Q is for Quitting’s Easy
R is for Reward
S is for Smile
T is for Think
U is for Up
V is for Value

LadyJai

7 Comments

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  2. Comment by Crystal Collier:

    Awesome! This is so true. We have to work at that PMA (positive mental attitude) if we want it to stick. 🙂

  3. Comment by Susan Taylor:

    Yes! This is why we pay for things like life coaching, that seem “expensive.” It’s all in the value we receive, isn’t it!

    SiouxsiesMusings

  4. Comment by A Writer Inspired:

    I love these post it note posts. When I have more time I’m coming back to read them all.

  5. Comment by Angela Brown:

    Oh how true that there is a distinct difference in the price of something and its value. There are so many things of value that are priceless.

  6. Comment by Cheyenne Campbell:

    This makes me think about the days where I’ve written a scene or part of one that feels “meh” and goes nowhere…seemingly, despite how hard I worked to crank it out. Then a day or so later some spark will hit, and the next thing I write will be built upon the “meh” scene. So if I’d never worked at it, I wouldn’t have gotten to the spark. If that makes sense. 🙂 Definite value!!

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