January 28.2014 – Most People Written by Darren Poke

Hear today’s Warm and Fuzzy here!

Most people say:
•It’s too risky,

•It can’t be done,

•We’ve always done it like that here,

•It’s too hard,

•I can’t be bothered,

•It’s not the right time,

•What’s the point in trying?

But you’re not most people.

Your aspirations are higher and your goals more ambitious.

Most people don’t want things to change, because they see change as something negative that happens to them.

They play it safe, because they prefer the illusion of comfort over the risk of following their dreams.

And they feel threatened by those rogues who challenge these beliefs as they are afraid that they may feel compelled to do something about it.

Successful people understand the need to change and see it as an opportunity to make a positive difference in the world.

They understand that the biggest risk is to play it safe and know that if they don’t take charge of their future, someone else will do it for them.

And they are inspired by the rebels who refuse to conform, using their stories as fuel to fire their enthusiasm.

So, stop listening to most people and start living the remarkable life that you were designed for

Written by Darren Poke

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About Robynn

Robynn Jaymes has spent her whole life in radio… 30 years!! And almost half of them have been at Star Country. Originally from Cincinnati, Robynn came to the area as a Liberty University student. Along with all things country music, Robynn is a big fan of Football!—The Virginia Tech Hokies, The Washington Redskins and, of course, the Cincinnati Bengals. And also, “I’m addicted to the Weather Channel,” she says. Right now, Robynn is a big fan if the music coming from Miranda Lambert, Lady Antebellum and Kenny Chesney! Robynn is also a winner of the Billboard Air Personality of the Year award. Hear all new Warm & Fuzzies with Robynn M-F at 11:45AM!

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