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If you aspire to be greater than you are now, believe more than you do now.
There are no business problems, management problems, leadership problems, or profit problems. There are only people problems.
If you don’t “need” to be successful, you probably won’t be. It can’t be optional.
We don’t need more leaders. We need more motivators.
You don’t have to be “up for the job” to finish the job.
Being awesome isn’t free. It’s going to cost you more than you want to pay.
Success most often comes from unlikely places. Don’t be surprised if you win a different way than you expect.
We all evaluate our own self-value. The difference is what we see as valuable.
Passionate curiosity rarely loses.
The moment you decide you’re going to do something awesome is the moment you need to resolve to get tough.
If your goal is big enough and meaningful enough, you’ll stay motivated.
Instead of whining, whimpering, or “why-ing” your way through the day, put your head down and work.
Leadership is you helping everyone else get across the finish line ahead of you.
Don’t tell me you can’t get out of bed earlier because you’re not a “morning person”. You’re just not a motivated person.
Inspiration is a reward. You have to work for it and fight to keep it.
Inspiration is the one thing you lose just after you stop looking for it.
Better to burn out than never to have burned at all.
Criticism always seems to add inspiration to your pursuit of success. Strip away the anger and bias and use the rest as fuel.
The best way to feel like doing something is to just start doing it.
So what if the experts disagree with you. They might be wrong.
You can’t expect to be a success by thinking logically. Sometimes the strategies and principles that drive success are bigger than your imagination.
When you lose your way, find your will.
The best things in life require an investment of time and money and emotions. The amount you invest has an impact on the results you can expect.
Being “in the game” isn’t about where you are when the game is being played. It’s about where your head is at while you’re playing.
You get stuck most of the time because your thinking is broken.