Quote of the Day
“We can have more than we’ve got because we can become more than we are.” – Jim Rohn

Things to Learn from Positive Charges
In Positive Charges, Alexander Lockhart says, “One of the most powerful ways to build a more positive, winning attitude is through the continuous use of positive affirmation. An affirmation is a positive, goal-oriented statement spoken with conviction to yourself in the first person. Affirmations (or autosuggestions) are based on the way you would like things to be. They are stated as if the goal or desire has already been achieved. the use of positive affirmations means developing a habit of replacing negative messages with positive reinforcements. As these positive messages become part of your subconscious, they will soon be brought into your reality.”

Here is more information on positive affirmations:
* Here is a great video: Positive Affirmations – The Tricks of Using Affirmations to Tranform, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCoNh78UC4E

* http://www.vitalaffirmations.com/affirmations.htm

* How and Why to Use Positive Affirmations as a Stress Management Tool, http://stress.about.com/od/optimismspirituality/a/positiveaffirms.htm

* The Only 100 Positive Affirmations You Will Ever Need, http://www.prolificliving.com/100-positive-affirmations/

Word of the Day (from http://www.thefreedictionary.com)
cajolery
Definition: (noun) Flattery intended to persuade.
Synonyms: blandishment, palaver
Usage: She used every possible means of cajolery to persuade her father to take her to the circus.

Portuguese Word of the Day (from http://www.transparent.com/word-of-the-day/today/portuguese.html)
Portuguese word: ficar
English translation: to stay
Part of speech: verb
Portuguese example: Ele ficou na praia a semana toda.
English example: He stayed on the beach the whole week.

Spanish Word of the Day (from http://www.transparent.com/word-of-the-day/today/spanish.html)
Spanish word: quedarse
English translation: to stay
Part of speech: verb
Spanish example: Se quedó en la playa toda la semana.
English example: He stayed on the beach the whole week.

French Word of the Day (from http://www.bitesizedlanguages.com/wod/r/french/2014/05/21)
French word: rester
English translation: to stay
Part of speech: verb
French example: Il est resté sur la plage toute la semaine.
English example: He stayed on the beach the whole week.