Success is… the ability to recognize our gifts and realistically approach life within the set of circumstances that we are given, and thrive, and put a lot of effort into any endeavor and make a positive difference in someone’s life. Success is measured by many with standards that might not be reachable for everyone and that is why you have to keep it in perspective.
Success and Social Media with Fernanda De Hoyos-Walther http://zite.to/16Ofszj
You should remember, these days, when you’re talking to one person, you’re talking to 1,000.
Zoe Barnes, House of Cards
"Spanking might scare children into stopping a behavior, but it does not get them to think rationally or want to cooperate. It also doesn’t teach people how to manage big emotions or develop conflict skills."
via The Atlantic