Goldfish That Are Confined In Small Aquariums Stay Small

Today I was reading something Rob Brezsny wrote. I thought it was profound and a good reason to G E T   M  O V I N G forward and UP !

To quote

“Goldfish that are confined to small aquariums stay small. Those that spend their lives in ponds get much bigger. What can we conclude from this? The size and growth rate of goldfish are directly related to their environment. I’d like to suggest that a similar principle will apply to you in the next few months. If you want to take maximum advantage of your potential, you will be wise to put yourself in spacious situations that encourage you to expand. For an extra boost, surround yourself with broad-minded, uninhibited people who have worked hard to heal their wounds and/or get ahead.”

Keep it coming!


Wendy Stebbins


So, now….what one little goal will you set and accomplish by day’s end?  It could be as simple as google library lectures or Architectual tours in the city. Some little step towards your greatness.


About wendyiscalm

Wendy Stebbins is the author of her memoir "It's Hell In The Hallways...but I'm beginning to see the light". She is the founder and CEO of "I AM ONE IN A MILLION" an NGO 501(c) e, a nonprofit charitable organization which focuses on changing the lives of street orphans and vulnerable children in developing country Livingstone Zambia Africa. She is the successful business owner of 4 counseling centers in the Chicagoland area. A former Miss Vermont in the Miss America Pageant she also was a television weather girl in New York state. You can check out her current non-profit activities at Wendy is the mother of 4 children and 3 grandchildren.
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