I may not be where I want to be, but I am grateful for what God has given me so far. I’m grateful for the things I have today… because I don’t have to have these things. When you talk to God like that… it opens up room for more stuff to come your way to be grateful for.
You have to find a dream so big that it overwhelms all of your fears and never causes you to give up.
You’ve got to discover your God-given gift. Your gift is the thing you do the absolute best with the least amount of effort. READ THAT AGAIN. As soon as you discover that… your life changes.
At the time I didn’t know it… but God was preparing me for something big. Sometimes things can look bad but God is behind the scenes lining things up for you.
There’s a difference between your passion and your gift. Do you know the difference? Before you pursue things that you’re passionate about, watch this.
Change is inevitable, no matter what’s going on in your life – it is not permanent. Everything is going to change. There are two things you can do with change. You can react to it or you can participate in it. Here’s how I deal with change. #motivated
October 8, 1985, my friend Gladys picked me up and took me to the comedy club. I won amateur night and $50. I cried… I was reborn that night… I knew that this is what I was going to do for the rest of my life. I’ve never looked back. You have to have the courage to JUMP!
Haters motivate me. If they are talking about you, that means you’re doing something. Keep your head focused and write down your dreams and goals on a vision board.
You have to seek out the blessing in everything.
My motivation is changing kids’ lives through my foundation, The Steve & Marjorie Harvey Foundation. I talk more about motivation than I do about comedy. I am in the “calling” part of my life. I tell people all the time, create a vision board. Habakkuk 2:2 “Write the vision, and make it plain.”