Top 10 Quotes From Self-Help Books

1. “Success comes to those who are success conscious. Failure comes to those who indifferently allow themselves to become failure conscious.” ~Napolean Hill, Think and Grow Rich

 

2. “Our life is the creation of our minds, and we do much of that creating with metaphor. We see things in terms of things we already understand. With the wrong metaphor we are deluded. With no metaphor we are blind.” ~Jonathan Haidt, The Happiness Hypothesis 

 

3. “If you are insecure, guess what? The rest of the world is too. Do not overestimate the competition and underestimate yourself. You are better than you think.” ~Timothy Ferriss, The 4-Hour Workweek

 

4. “It isn’t what you have or who you are or where you are or what you are doing that makes you happy or unhappy. It is what you think about it.” ~Dale Carnegie, How To Win Friends and Influence People

 

5. “You know about habits. They can be hard to break and hard to create. But we are unknowingly acquiring new ones all the time. When we start and continue a way of thinking or a way of acting over a long enough period, we’ve created a new habit. The choice we face is whether or not we want to form habits that get us what we want from life.” ~Gary Keller, The One Thing

 

6. “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.” ~Aristotle, Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey

 

7. “You want to learn from your past, not live in it- focus on the things that empower you.” ~Tony Robbins, Awaken The Giant Within

 

8. “Should we wish to be free and alive with full power, we must decide to bring the full might of our conscious mind to the present experience. Without a vibrant awareness, we cannot connect with others or ourselves.” ~Brendan Burchard, The Motivation Manifesto

 

9. “To me, ultimate power is the ability to produce the results you desire most and create value for others in the process.” ~Tony Robbins, Unlimited Power

 

10. “Happily married couples aren’t smarter, richer or more psychologically astute than others. But in their day-to-day lives, they have hit upon a dynamic that keeps their negative thoughts and feelings about each other from overwhelming their positive ones. They embrace each other’s needs.” ~John M. Gottman and Nan Silver, The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work

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