When people know they can depend on you to do what you say you'll do, to be where you say you'll be, and that you'll always try to do the right thing.
Laughter is the best medicine.
Staying cool, calm, and collected when you want to scream, rage, and holler!
Getting the job done when others depend on you.
Showing consideration. Respect for others goes hand in hand with respect for yourself—you can't have one without the other.
Being able to cope with difficulties creatively and spontaneously.
The more knowledge you bring to a problem, the more likely you are to solve it.
Feeling good about yourself and what you've accomplished.
Seeing your goal to the end, never giving up even when the way gets difficult.
Letting the moment develop fully before acting.
Planning takes time and effort, but is more efficient and enduring.
The feeling that life cannot get better than it is at this moment.
Don't say one thing and do another.
Taking control over a situation, instead of the situation controlling you.