What I’ve realized over the years is that sometimes all people need in order to “get it” is a simple quote or maxim. Those small little sentences can pack alot of meaning and could very well hold an entire course load in their meanings.

In this post, I’ll share some of the quotes I’ve come up with over the years that hold, hopefully, such meanings.

Success comes from your ability to purposefully lead yourself daily.

Goals are less about what you want to do and more about what you would like to accomplish by what you do.

Attitude is the result of two things clashing: 1) what’s being asked of you and 2) what you believe should be asked.

Without a dream, vision or goal, how would you know what to celebrate and what not to accept in your life?

The harder you work, the harder it is to quit on your goal.

The power/potential for use in your present moments is dramatically diminished by an athlete/person who doesn’t know how to control their mind.

The constant present holds no judgments, only observations.

Habit will always be the strength of the mind.

Develop the habit of mastering your inner world/mental space. Understanding how your mind works isn’t difficult but journeying through it is.

When you have a purpose, you never die in vain, you die in battle.

Every “need” we experience begins to subconsciously spark the mental drive to build the habit that will eventually acquire that “need”.

Every problem has a solution. If it doesn’t, it’s not a problem, it’s a truth.

Make sure you never give up on your heart…no one has figured out how to live without one yet.

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