Manifesto

A living document for life

Tammy Breitweiser

I have been working on my manifesto for a long while now. I even read a book about it last year called The Motivation Manifesto by: Brendan Burchard. It is a “living document” as a former boss used to call paperwork which has the expectation for constant updates. The one in my notebook is prettier with each section drawn in its own block.

  • Reading is the gateway.
  • Coffee is necessary.
  • Think fast. Talk slow.
  • Love over fear.
  • Trust your first instinct.
  • Laugh.
  • Radiate love.
  • Keep only what you love (people and objects)
  • You can only bitch so long — do something or shut up.
  • Question relentlessly.
  • Be grateful.
  • You don’t have to explain yourself.
  • Read about the people you want to emulate.
  • Don’t ask of other what you are unwilling to do or haven’t already done.
  • Be the light.
  • W.A.I.T (Why Am I Talking??)
  • Inspire.
  • Live fiercely. Study deeply.
  • Find your tribe.
  • Intention.
  • If all else fails…READ!

    Tammy Breitweiser

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    Tammy is force of nature; woman of honor; seer of nuance; ultra runner and ultra reader; & an accidental inspirationalist who writes.

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