10 most Meaningful Passages from ‘Doing What Must Be Done’ by Chad Hymas
Chad Hymas tells about his experience and accident. More than that, he gives us nitty-gritty, real-world details on how to live life when bad things happen to good people. This is more than a book that is just inspirational. It is a book that will give you the power — and the how-to — to get things done in your own life. Watch this video as I walk through the book with you citing specific incidents from the book that Chad shared with you. You will be a better person because you read this book. Enjoy the video as we take a walk through “Doing What Must Be Done” by Chad Hymas.
So here are 10 of the most commonly highlighted, referenced or shared quotations from Chad’ book…
The most difficult thing is the decision to act; the rest is merely tenacity. The fears are paper tigers. You can do anything you decide to do. You can act to change and control your life; and the procedure, the process is its own
are never destroyed by circumstance. They live or die in your heart. My dreams come true not in spite of my circumstance but because of
give in to your deprivations. Live up to your expectations.
Freedom isn’t free. We believe freedom is our right, but it comes with a price. We may have to deal with despair, and
The miracles of our lives do not come about by grand events, but by the little things we have chosen to do… The biggest problems come about, because I avoid the little things too long… The difficult takes time; the impossible just takes a little longer.”
my life is not determined by what happens to me, but by how I respond to what happens. It is not about what life brings to me, but rather what I bring to life.
Thoughts are powerful. A change in our thinking changes our lives. Whether mystical or natural, one new thought can cause a chain reaction, creating new events and new outcomes. New thinking creates new assumptions. New assumptions create different feelings and attitudes. New attitudes create a new approach to old challenges. A new approach creates newcircumstances.
man is but the product of his thoughts… what he thinks, he becomes.
To regret the experience is to regret the lesson –
But spending too much time in regret denies us the opportunity of getting the most out of our experience – devastating though the experience may seem.