April 13 2020

Stenspiration™

“Children have a lesson adults should learn, to not be ashamed of failing, but to get up and try again. Most of us adults are so afraid, so cautious, so ‘safe,’ and therefore so shrinking and rigid and afraid that it is why so many humans fail. Most middle-aged adults have resigned themselves to failure.” -Malcolm X

Love, Speed & Accuracy,

Elsie Villega

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April 10 2020

Stenspiration™

“It is often said that ‘misery loves company,’ but so does mediocrity. Don’t let the fears, insecurities, and limiting beliefs of others limit what’s possible for you. One of the most important commitments you will ever make is to proactively and continuously improve your circle of influence. Always seek people who will add value to your life and bring out the best in you. And of course, be that person for others.” -Hal Elrod

Love, Speed & Accuracy,

Elsie Villega

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February 2 2020

Stenspiration™

“Evolution, on both an individual and a species level, is a slow process. You have experiences, you get hurt, you learn your lesson, you grow a little bit, Then you have some more pain, you get the next lesson, you move on to the next challenge, you succeed and achieve goals, you set more goals, you grow again, and the cycle continues.” -Dr. Joe Dispenza

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Elsie Villega

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May 30 2019

Stenspiration™

“Discouragement is literally dis-courage-ment- a lack of courage…Wherever we are, the best way to develop courage is to set a goal and achieve it, make a promise and keep it. No matter how small the goal or promise, this one act will begin to build our confidence that we can act with integrity in the moment of choice.” From, “First Things First” By: Stephen Covey

Love, Speed & Accuracy,

Elsie Villega

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January 3 2019

Stenspiration™: The Failing Forward Edition

Can't Hurt Me David Goggins“Maybe you are tackling a hundred-question test and know that you’ve bricked the first fifty. At that point, it’s extremely difficult to maintain the necessary discipline to force yourself to keep taking the test seriously. It’s also imperative that you find it because in every failure there is something to be gained, even if it’s only practice for the next test you’ll have to take. Because that next test is coming. That’s a guarantee.” -David Goggins

Love, Speed & Accuracy,

Elsie Villega

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