Karen Salmansohn quotes:

  • Be a kind person. Yes, even to jerks. Let them be a jerk. You be a kind person.

  • At your absolute best, you still won't be good enough for the wrong person. At your worst, you'll still be worth it to the right person.

  • Your mission: Be so busy loving your life that you have no time for hate, regret or fear.

  • Let go of what you can't control. Channel all that energy into living fully in the now.

  • You are wonderful. Valuable. Worthwhile. Lovable. Not because others think so. Self worth comes from only one place: self.

  • View your life with KINDSIGHT. Stop beating yourself up about things from your past. Instead of slapping your forehead and asking, What was I thinking, breathe and ask yourself the kinder question, What was I learning~?

  • Time not only heals, time reveals

  • For best results, apply regularly.

  • Forgiveness is not an event. It is a series of decisions made over and over again.

  • Live now. Procrastinate later.

  • Sometimes when I'm not feeling so happy, I do something to make someone else happy then I find I'm suddenly feeling happy again.

  • What we seek in love is finding someone with whom we feel safe to reveal our true self.

  • Often what feels like the end of the world is really a challenging pathway to a far better place.

  • If someone doesn't like what you bring to the table in a relationship, let them eat alone.

  • You are stronger than your challenges and your challenges are making you stronger.

  • God is even in a single parent household.

  • Remember. It's called a soulmate. Not an egomate. Not a walletmate. Not a lustmate.

  • Don't just write a to-do list write a to-be list.

  • Forgiveness doesn't excuse their actions. Forgiveness stops their actions from destroying your heart.

  • Happiness is a choice; not just a matter of genes or good luck.

  • It is what it is. But you have the power to turn it into an isn't so bad.

  • Often it's the deepest pain which empowers you to grow into your highest self.

  • Someone who feels appreciated will always be & do more than expected. This holds true in love & business.

  • The best things happen at the exit ramp of your comfort zone.

  • The first step to living the life you want is leaving the life you don't want. Taking that first step forward is always the hardest. But then each step forward gets easier and easier. And each step forward gets you closer and closer. Until eventually, what had once been invisible, starts to be visible. And what had once felt impossible, starts to feel possible.

  • The Problem is: many terrific women have made themselves overqualified for the job of wife, because many men are looking for a woman with 'receptionist-level wife skills', not 'CEO-level wife skills'. Meaning: If a woman doesn't hang on a man's every word, is too independent, challenges his leadership, wants to create her own hours, demands emotional raises, then there won't be as many openings for the kind of wife position she is seeking. One of the big problems with marriages in the nineties: no room for two husbands.

  • What's on your mind becomes what's in your life. So think the thoughts you want to see.

  • You gotta look for the good in the bad, the happy in your sad, the gain in your pain, and what makes you grateful not hateful.

  • You should never have to convince someone into loving you and wanting to be with you. You deserve to see someone who can easily see what's special in you.

  • Your life is a series of moments in "now." The better you make your "now" the better your life.

  • Your mission: Be so busy loving your life you have no time for hate, regret or fear.

  • Your thoughts and actions not only influence your mood, but the moods of all you cross paths with. Thinking lovingly. Do lovingly. Be a messenger for love.

  • What if I told you that 10 years from now, your life would be exactly the same? I doubt you would be happy. So, why are you so afraid of change?