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800 Inspirational David J. Schwartz Quotes On Belief

1. “The trainees also discovered something else that is tremendously significant. They discovered that decisions and observations made alone in managed solitude have an uncanny way of being 100 percent right!”


2. “Believe Big. The size of your success is determined by the size of your belief. Think little goals and expect little achievements.”


3. “Then it dawned on me that no one else was going to believe in me until I believed in myself.” – David J. Schwartz


4. “How we think shows through in how we act. Attitudes are mirrors of the mind. They reflect thinking”


5. “What I want around me,” he continued, “are people who can solve problems, who can think up ideas. People who can dream and then develop the dream into a practical application; an idea man can make money with me; a fact man can’t.”


6. “Good advice I always hated but looking back it made me greater.” Nicki Minaj


7. “The bigger the vision you have, the more important it is for you to think on what type of a team you’re going to put around you.”


8. “A person who thinks his job is important receives mental signals on how to do his job better; And a better job means more promotions, more money, more prestige, more happiness.” David J. Schwartz


9. Take action and believe in yourself. Dreams do come true.


10. “The price tag the world puts on us is just about identical to the one we put on ourselves.”


11. “the body reflects the food you feed it.”


12. “There is nothing either good or bad except that thinking makes it so” – Shakespeare


13. “Helping others, encouraging others, are often acts of kindness that have more meaning than you may realize.” Catherine Pulsifer


14. “How you look on the outside has a lot to do with how you feel on the inside.” – David J. Schwartz


15. “When you boil it all down, the big cause of stress is negative feelings toward other people. So think positive toward people and discover how wonderful, really wonderful this world is.”


16. “The first and best victory is to conquer self.” Plato


17. “Practice appreciation with honest, personalized compliments. People”


18. “How you think determines how you act. How you act in turn determines how others react to you.”


19. “Taking an ax and chopping your neighbor’s furniture to pieces won’t make your furniture look one bit better; and using verbal axes and grenades on another person doesn’t do one thing to make you a better you or me a better me.”


20. “I don’t pretend to be the smartest guy in the business. But I think I am the best sponge in the insurance industry. I make it a point to soak up all the good ideas I can.”


21. “I had made her feel important. Now she was repaying me by making me feel important.”


22. “A salesman depends on people to buy his product. If”


23. “To me, leadership is about encouraging people. It’s about stimulating them. It’s about enabling them to achieve what they can achieve – and to do that with a purpose.” Christine Lagarde


24. “Whether the psychological problem is big or little, the cure comes when one learns to quit drawing negative from one’s memory bank and withdraws positive instead.” David J. Schwartz


25. “The how-to-do-it always comes to the person who believes he can do it.”


26. “Whoever is under a man's power is under his protection, too.”


27. “The person determined to achieve maximum success learns the principle that progress is made one step at a time.”


28. “Meet problems and obstacles as they arise. The test of a successful person is not the ability to eliminate all problems before he takes action, but rather the ability to find solutions to difficulties when he encounters them.”


29. “Where success is concerned, people are not measured in inches, or pounds, or college degrees, or family back-ground; they are measured by the size of their thinking.”


30. “Use the big thinker’s vocabulary. Use big, bright, cheerful words. Use words that promise victory, hope, happiness, pleasure; avoid words that create unpleasant images of failure, defeat, and grief”


31. “Nothing – absolutely nothing – in this life gives you more satisfaction than knowing you’re on the road to success and achievement. And nothing stands as a bigger challenge than making the most of yourself.” – David J. Schwartz


32. “No one is going to come to your house and make your dreams come true.” Grant Cardone


33. “Those who believe they can move mountains, do. Those who believe they can’t, cannot. Belief triggers the power to do.” – David J. Schwartz


34. “Bear in mind that the longer you stay tuned to either Channel P (Positive) or Channel N (Negative), the more interested you become and the harder it is to switch channels. This is true because one thought, positive or negative, sets off a whole chain reaction of similar thought”


35. “talk only Happiness, talk only Progress, talk only Prosperity.”


36. “When you beat down your fears of age limitations, you add years to your life as well as success.”


37. “Look at things not as they are, but as they can be. Visualization adds value to everything. A big thinker always visualizes what can be done in the future. He isn't stuck with the present”


38. “Surround yourself with people who challenge you, teach you, and push you to be your best self.” Bill Gates


39. “Hope is a start. But hope needs action to win victories.”


40. “Most people fail in life because they major in minor things.” Tony Robbins


41. “But on the positive side, the more you speak up, the more you add to your confidence, and the easier it is to speak up the next time. Speak up. It’s a confidence-building vitamin.”


42. “Action cures fear.” David J. Schwartz


43. “Self-respect shows through in everything we do.”


44. “The only wise thing to do is fire Mr. Defeat. You don’t need him. You don’t want him around telling you that you can’t, you’re not up to it, you’ll fail, and so on. Mr. Defeat won’t help you get where you want to go, so boot him out.”


45. “Dear Dubai, I will never get over you.” Anonymous


46. “I am important. I do have what it takes. I am a first-class performer. My work is important. Think this way, and you’re headed straight to success.”


47. “If you judge people, you have no time to love them.” Mother Teresa


48. “No one ever does anything worthwhile for which he is not criticized.”


49. “Cecil now realized that how old we are is not important. It’s one’s attitude toward age that makes it a blessing or a barricade.”


50. “UPGRADE YOUR THINKING. THINK LIKE IMPORTANT PEOPLE THINK”


51. “I consider myself a good person. And I think people perceive me to be, ‘Oh, she’s nice,’ but being a good person, knowing your strengths and working towards those strengths, and encouraging those around you to do the same, that’s a good person.” Miranda Kerr


52. “the reward of feeling useful, of being someone, of having status, the reward of increased income and a higher standard of living.”


53. “The mind is what the mind is fed.” – David J. Schwartz


54. “Whether the psychological problem is big or little, the cure comes when one learns to quit drawing negative form one’s memory bank and withdraws positive instead.” – David J. Schwartz


55. “Definiteness of purpose is the starting point of all achievement.” W. Clement Stone


56. “From avoiding littering to encouraging local economy, there is a lot each one of us can do that will go a long way in keeping the country’s cultural legacy intact.” Shenaz Treasury


57. “Ideas are fruits of your thinking.”


58. “The book ‘wrote itself.”


59. “Nothing in life that’s worth anything is easy.” Barack Obama


60. “Give them encouragement, compliment them at every opportunity. Tell”


61. “You win when you refuse to fight petty people. Fighting little people reduces you to their size.” – David J. Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big


62. “Be extra, extra cautious about this: don’t let negative-thinking people—“negators”—destroy your plan to think yourself to success. Negators are everywhere, and they seem to delight in sabotaging the positive progress of others.”


63. “It’s better to wear out than rust out.”


64. “It’s not too wild a guess that, of all living creatures, probably not more than one in ten million is a human being. A person is a biological rarity. He is important in God’s scheme of things.” – David J. Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big


65. “Dubai is a place where dreams come true.” Asad Meah


66. “But don’t try to buy friendship; it’s not for sale. Giving gifts is a wonderful practice if the gift is backed up with genuine sincerity, a liking to give and liking for the person to whom it is given. But without real sincerity, the gift is often regarded as nothing more than a payoff or a bribe.”


67. “Here is a basic rule for winning success. Let’s mark it in the mind and remember it. The rule is: Success depends on the support of other people. The only hurdle between you and what you want to be is the support of others.”


68. “Believe it can be done. When you believe something can be done, really believe, your mind will find the ways to do it. Believing a solution paves the way to solution”


69. “how do you expect me to afford the kind of clothing that really makes me feel right and that causes others to look up to me?” That question puzzles many people. It plagued me for a long time. But the answer is really a simple one: Pay twice as much and buy half as many. Commit this answer to memory.”


70. “Look important. It helps you think important. How you look on the outside has a lot to do with how you feel on the inside.” – David J. Schwartz


71. “Look important; it helps you think important. Your appearance talks to you. Be sure it lifts your spirits and builds your confidence. Your appearance talks to others. Make certain it says, “Here is an important person: intelligent, prosperous, and dependable.”


72. “In at least nine cases out of ten, the “likability” factor is the first thing mentioned. And in an overwhelmingly large number of cases, the “likability” factor is given far more weight than the technical factor”


73. “With a pencil and paper you can tie your mind to a problem.”


74. “The overwhelming majority of really successful people work much longer than 40 hours a week. And you don’t hear them complain of overwork. Successful people have their eyes focused on a goal and this provides energy.”


75. “Grow these three attitudes. Make them your allies in everything you do. 1. Grow the attitude of I’m activated. 2. Grow the attitude of You are important. 3. Grow the attitude of Service first.”


76. “In at least nine cases out of ten, the “likability” factor is the first thing mentioned. And in an overwhelmingly large number of cases, the “likability” factor is given far more weight than the technical factor.”


77. “action cures fear. Indecision, postponement, on the other hand, fertilize fear.”


78. “Goals are as essential to success as air is to life.”


79. “Study the lives of successful people and you’ll discover this: all the excuses made by the mediocre fellow could be but aren’t made by the successful person.”


80. “There’s an example of the little view. The checker saw one thin dime, not the potential $250.”


81. “Follow your heart, even if it takes you all the way to Dubai.” Anonymous


82. “Practice relieving worriers.”


83. “Dubai, thank you for making me feel so alive.” Anonymous


84. “We believe that by encouraging critical thinking and processing of knowledge we are creating full, well-rounded human beings that will enable Qatar to build up its society. You cannot build a healthy society without giving your citizens a sense of ownership. Otherwise, they will not share with you the responsibilities.” Moza bint Nasser


85. “The job attitudes of our subordinates are direct reflections of our own job attitudes.”


86. “You have the power to achieve greatness and create anything you want in life – but you must take action.” Jack Canfield


87. “Look at things as they can be, not as they are.” – David J. Schwartz


88. “The right attitude and one arm will beat the wrong attitude and two arms every time”


89. “As you approach your job each day, ask yourself, “Am I worthy in every respect of being imitated?” “Are all my habits such that I would be glad to see them in my subordinates?”” – David J. Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big


90. “Believe Big. The size of your success is determined by the size of your belief. Think little goals and expect little achievements. Think big goals and win big success. Remember this, too! Big ideas and big plans are often easier—certainly no more difficult—than small ideas and small plans.”


91. “The key is to be honest, be honest, but don’t play yourself.” DJ Khaled


92. “Dig into it deeper.”


93. “Those who believe they can move mountains, do!”


94. “Action cures fear.” – David J. Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big


95. “Go out of your way to meet people. And don’t be timid. Don’t be afraid to be unusual. Find out who the other person is, and be sure he knows who you are.” David J. Schwartz


96. “Dubai has taught me the definition of thinking big.” Anonymous


97. “Encouraging words are good medicine for the soul.” Lailah Gifty Akita


98. “The best way of learning about anything is by doing.” Richard Branson


99. “people to make money, the great minister Russel H. Conwell, author of Acres of Diamonds, said, “Money printed your Bible, money builds your churches, money sends your missionaries, and money pays your preachers, and you would not have many of them, either, if you did not pay them.”


100. “You already have within you everything you need to turn your dreams into reality.”


101. “Remember, you see in any situation what you expect to see.” – David J. Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big


102. “Most of the rural property around here,” my friend began, “is run-down and not very attractive. I’m successful because I don’t try to sell my prospects a farm as it is. “I develop my entire sales plan around what the farm can be.”


103. “Every extra effort they put forth. Praise is the greatest single incentive you can give people, and it costs you nothing.” – David J. Schwartz


104. “Big thinkers train themselves to see not just what is but what can be.”


105. “Production in your thought factory is under the charge of two foremen, one of whom we will call Mr. Triumph and the other Mr. Defeat”


106. “I love living in London but I would like to buy a place in Dubai and spend a few months of the year out there.” Kevin Pietersen


107. “Mark this point well. A person is not pulled up to a higher-level job. Rather, he is lifted up. In this day and age nobody has time or patience to pull another up the job ladder, degree by painful degree. The individual is chosen whose record makes him stand higher than the rest.”


108. “Success at anything will always come down to this: focus and effort, and we control both.” Dwayne Johnson


109. “To keep my forward thinking on the track, I’ve divided my job into four elements: customers, employees, merchandise, and promotion. All during the week I make notes and jot down ideas as to how I can improve my business.”


110. “And when you put life in your talk, you automatically put more life in you.”


111. “Make everything about you say, “I’m confident, really confident.”


112. “The answer, wrapped up in one phrase, is think right toward people. Think right toward people, and they will like and support you.”


113. “The success combination in business is: Do what you do better and do more of what you do.” David J. Schwartz


114. “every extra effort they put forth. Praise is the greatest single incentive you can give people, and it costs you nothing.”


115. “Guard your psychological environment. Select friends who are interested in positive things, friends who really do want to see you succeed. Find friends who breathe encouragement into your plans and ideals. If you don’t, if you select petty thinkers as your close friends, you’ll gradually develop into a petty thinker yourself.”


116. “Have a little Dubai in you.” Anonymous


117. “The Magic of Thinking Big” is a book by David J. Schwartz, who is long regarded as one of the biggest experts on motivation, helping people earn more money, and find greater happiness and peace of mind.


118. “Around 1900 a sales executive discovered a “scientific” principle of sales management. It received a lot of publicity and even found its way into textbooks. The principle was this: There is one best way to sell a product. Find the best way. Then never deviate from it.”


119. “Absolute perfection in all human undertakings from building missiles to rearing children is unattainable. This means there is endless room for improvement.”


120. “When we face tough problems, we stay mired in the mud until we take action. Hope is a start. But hope needs action to win victories.”


121. “Put these two thoughts deep in your mind. First, give your ideas value by acting on them.”


122. “A secretary does more than identify an office when she says, “Good morning, Mr. Shoemaker’s office.” In just five words one secretary says, “I like you. I’m glad you’re calling. I think you are important. I like my job.”


123. “Use action to cure fear and gain confidence.”


124. “the only thing that counts about one’s vocabulary, is the effect his words and phrases have on his own and others’ thinking.”


125. “Action cures fear.” – David J. Schwartz


126. “This is the real secret of life – to be completely engaged with what you are doing in the here and now.” Alan Watts


127. “success is determined not so much by the size of one’s brain as it is by the size of one’s thinking.”


128. “I know of no single formula for success. But over the years I have observed that some attributes of leadership are universal and are often about finding ways of encouraging people to combine their efforts, their talents, their insights, their enthusiasm and their inspiration to work together.” Queen Elizabeth II


129. “Success shuns the man who lacks ideas.” – David J. Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big


130. “A humorist once said the most difficult problem in life was getting out of a warm bed into a cold room. And he had a point. The longer you lie there and think how unpleasant it will be to get up, the more difficult it becomes… The point is clear. People that get things done don’t wait for the spirit to move them; they move the spirit.”


131. “It is more important to use your mind to think than to use it as a warehouse for facts”


132. “Don’t let ideas escape. Write them down.”


133. “Believe Big. The size of your success is determined by the size of your belief. Think little goals and expect little achievements. Think big goals and win big success. Remember this, too! Big ideas and big plans are often easier—certainly no more difficult—than small ideas and small plans. Mr.”


134. “Think little goals and expect little achievements. Think big goals and win big success.” David J. Schwartz


135. “Here is a basic truth: To do anything, we must first believe it can be done.” David J. Schwartz


136. “Anybody,” John continued, “can hire a man. But the test of leadership is how one handles the dismissal. By helping that employee relocate before he left us built up a feeling of job security in everyone in my department. I let them know by example that no one gets dumped on the street as long as I’m here.”


137. “You would be surprised how many really big people have a clear, definite, even written plan for liking people.” – David J. Schwartz


138. “You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” Mahatma Gandhi


139. “Life isn’t always really glamorous and fabulous. It’s about encouraging people to go back to natural beauty.” Zoe Foster Blake


140. “Build castles, don’t dig graves.” – David J. Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big


141. “To cure psychological malnutrition and reap big benefits in return, it is helpful to understand three concepts: the ego, ego food, and ego poison.”


142. “Set goals to get more energy. Set goals to get things done. Set goals and discover the real enjoyment of living.” – David J. Schwartz


143. “Every day thousands of people bury good ideas because they are afraid to act on them. And afterwards, the ghosts of these ideas come back to haunt them.”


144. “Believe it can be done. When you believe something can be done, really believe, your mind will find the ways to do it. Believing a solution paves the way to solution.”


145. “To get high-quality work, be enthusiastic about the job you want done. Others will catch the enthusiasm you generate and you’ll get first-class performance.”


146. “All my life, I’ve had a fear of being told what to say, so I’m not telling people what to think. I’m encouraging them to say what they think.” Yungblud


147. “The mind is what the mind is fed.” David J. Schwartz


148. “Nothing — absolutely nothing in this life gives you more satisfaction than knowing you’re on the road to success and achievement. And nothing stands as a bigger challenge than making the most of yourself.” – David J. Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big


149. “How much we can do, depends on how much we THINK we can do.”


150. “Do this: Start marching toward your ultimate goal by making the next task you perform, regardless of how unimportant it may seem, a step in the right direction. Commit this question to memory and use it to evaluate everything you do: “Will this help take me where I want to go?” If the answer is no, back off; if yes, press ahead.”


151. “How you think determines how you act.


152. “This is at the heart of all good education, where the teacher asks students to think and engages them in encouraging dialogues, constantly checking for understanding and growth.” William Glasser


153. “Belief releases creative powers.”


154. “Next time you see a particularly well-poised, well-groomed, clear-thinking, effective person, remind yourself that he wasn’t born that way. Lots of conscious effort, invested day by day, made the person what he is. Building new positive habits and destroying old negative habits is a day-by-day process.”


155. “Dubai, a must see travel destination.” Anonymous


156. “In brief, it really is easy to forget the unpleasant if we simply refuse to recall it. Withdraw only positive thoughts from your memory bank. Let the others fade away. And your confidence, that feeling of being on top of the world, will zoom upward. You take a big step forward toward conquering fear when you refuse to remember negative, self-deprecating thoughts.”


157. “But today, remember, a person either supports you willingly or he doesn’t support you at all.”


158. “Results come in proportion to enthusiasm applied.”


159. “First, join and meet regularly with at least one professional group that provides stimulation in your own occupational area. Rub shoulders—and minds—with other success-oriented people.”


160. “You can overcome anything, if and only if you love something enough.” Lionel Messi


161. “Here is the basic rule for winning success. Let’s mark it in the mind and remember it. The rule is: Success depends on the support of other people. The only hurdle between you and what you want to be in is the support of other people.”


162. “Take the initiative in building friendships—leaders always do. It’s easy and natural for us to tell ourselves, “Let him make the first move.” “Let them call us.” “Let her speak first.”


163. “How you think determines how you act. How you act in turn determines: How others react to you.”


164. “Happiness depends upon ourselves.” Aristotle


165. “It’s important that your convictions are stronger than your doubts.” Novak Djokovic


166. “Believe, really believe, you can succeed, and you will.”


167. “Tom Staley, meet Tom Staley—an important, a really important person. Tom, you’re a big thinker, so think big. Think Big about Everything. You’ve got plenty of ability to do a first-class job, so do a first-class job. Tom, you believe in Happiness, Progress, and Prosperity. So: talk only Happiness,


168. “The way we think toward our jobs determines how our subordinates think toward their jobs.”


169. “Take the initiative. Be like the successful. Go out of your way to meet people. And don’t be timid. Don’t be afraid to be unusual. Find out who the other person is, and be sure he knows who you are.”


170. “You win when you refuse to fight petty people. Fighting little people reduces you to their size.” – David J. Schwartz


171. “Most of us make two basic errors with respect to intelligence: 1. We underestimate our own brainpower. 2. We overestimate the other fellow’s brainpower.”


172. “When you believe, your mind will find a way.” David J. Schwartz


173. “Think Big about Everything.”


174. “Instead view your mistakes as “Here’s another way to make me a bigger winner.”


175. “Nothing—absolutely nothing—in this life gives you more satisfaction than knowing you’re on the road to success and achievement. And nothing stands as a bigger challenge than making the most of yourself.”


176. “You can leave Dubai, but it will never leave you.” Anonymous


177. “Words that do not match deeds are unimportant.” Che Guevara


178. “a man big enough to be humble appears more confident than the insecure man who feels compelled to call attention to his accomplishments. A little modesty goes a long way.”


179. “Limits like fears are often just an illusion.” Michael Jordan


180. “La falta de creencia es un poder negativo. Cuando la mente no cree, o duda, atrae “razones” para apoyar el fracaso. Duda, incredulidad, la voluntad subconsciente de fracasar, el no desear realmente el éxito, son responsables de la mayoría de los”


181. “Give your ideas value by acting on them.” – David J. Schwartz


182. “Each day before you begin work, devote ten minutes to thinking “How can I do a better job today?” Ask, “What can I do today to encourage my employees?” “What special favor can I do for my customers?” “How can I increase my personal efficiency?”


183. “Remember, the main job of the leader is thinking. And the best preparation for leadership is thinking.”


184. “confidence is acquired, developed.”


185. “when we do what is known to be wrong, two negative things happened. First, we feel guilt and this guilt eats away confidence. Second, other people sooner or later find out and lose confidence in us”


186. “The road that is rough is the one that leads to the greatest height.” Seneca


187. “The “Okay-I’ll-give-it-a-try-but-I-don’t-think-it-will-work” attitude produces failures.”


188. “How can I do more?” Capacity is a state of mind. Asking yourself this question puts your mind to work to find intelligent shortcuts. The success combination in business is: Do what you do better (improve the quality of your output), and: Do more of what you do (increase the quantity of your output). 5.”


189. “Be extra careful. Study negators. Don’t let them destroy your plans for success.”


190. “WHERE THERE IS A WILL, THERE IS A WAY”


191. “Remember, how you think when you lose determines how long it will be until you win.” – David J. Schwartz


192. “Think doubt and fail. Think victory and succeed.”


193. “WANT TO MAKE MONEY? THEN GET THE PUT-SERVICE-FIRST ATTITUDE”


194. “Don’t waste time and energy being discouraged. Don’t berate yourself. Plan to win next time.”


195. “Don’t fear failure – not failure, but low aim is the crime. In great attempts, it is glorious even to fail.” Bruce Lee


196. “General Electric uses the slogan “Progress is our most important product.”


197. “It’s clear. We do not make one big jump to success. We get there one step at a time. An excellent plan is to set monthly quotas for accomplishment.”


198. “The ability to know how to get information is more important than using the mind as a garage for facts”


199. “You’ll observe that some people command confidence, loyalty, and admiration while others do not.”


200. “Get the big view of your job. Think, really think your present job is important. That next promotion depends mostly on how you think about your present job”


201. “Stretch your vision. See what can be, not just what is. Practice adding value to things, to people, and to yourself”


202. “Life it up. Be sure everything you do and say tells people, “That fellow is alive.” “He means it.” “He’s going places.”


203. “We should be encouraging — not penalizing — folks who want to pursue higher education.” Sharice Davids


204. “some time each day answering this question: “How”


205. “Doing what’s right keeps your conscience satisfied. And this builds self-confidence. When we do what is known to be wrong, two negative things happen. First, we feel guilt and this guilt eats away confidence. Second, other people sooner or later find out and lose confidence in us”


206. “Don’t wait until conditions are perfect. They never will be. Expect future obstacles and difficulties and solve them as they arise.” – David J. Schwartz


207. “Remember: People who tell you it cannot be done almost always are unsuccessful people, are strictly average or mediocre at best in terms of accomplishment.”


208. “You can make positive deposits in your own economy every day by reading and listening to powerful, positive, life-changing content and by associating with encouraging and hope-building people.” Zig Ziglar


209. “The greatest wealth is the richness of the soul.” Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him)


210. “Capacity is a state of mind.”


211. “Almost without exception, the more successful the person, the more he practices conversation generosity, that is, he encourages the other person to talk about himself, his views, his accomplishments, his family, his job, his problems.”


212. “Practice adding value to people. As you move higher and higher in the world of success, more and more of your job becomes “people development.” Ask, “What can I do to ‘add value’ to my subordinates? What can I do to help them to become more effective?” Remember, to bring out the best in a person, you must first visualize his best.”


213. “Think you are weak, think you lack what it takes, think you will lose, think you are second class – think this way and you are doomed to mediocrity.”


214. “Hope is a start. But hope needs action to win victories.” – David J. Schwartz


215. “you put yourself in the important class.”


216. “What kind of performance would your car deliver if every morning before you left for work you scooped up a double handful of dirt and put it into your crankcase? That fine engine would soon be a mess, unable to do what you want it to do.”


217. “Knowledge is power only when put to use — and then only when the use made of it is constructive.” – David J. Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big


218. “Next time you are in a large group, observe something very significant: the most important person present is the one person most active in introducing himself.”


219. “Persisting in one way is not a guarantee of victory. But persistence blended with experimentation does guarantee success.”


220. “Happiness is holding tickets that say Dubai.” Anonymous


221. “Defeat is only a state of mind, and nothing more.”


222. “illustrates just one point: action cures fear. Indecision, postponement, on the other hand, fertilize fear.”


223. “Persons who reach the higher rungs in business management, selling, engineering, religious work, writing, acting & in every other pursuit get there by following conscientiously & continuously a plan for self-development & growth.” – David J. Schwartz


224. “Your appearance talks to you and it talks to others. Make certain it says, “Here is a person who has self-respect. He’s important. Treat him that way.”


225. “There is so much to discover in Dubai.” Mo Farrah


226. “When you boil it all down, the big cause of stress is negative feelings toward other people.”


227. “Do the thing you fear most and the death of fear is certain.” Mark Twain


228. “Look important. It helps you think important. How you look on the outside has a lot to do with how you feel on the inside.”


229. “GROW THE “YOU-ARE-IMPORTANT” ATTITUDE”


230. “Remember, the only way to get full power, to develop full go force, is to do what you want to do. Surrender to desire and gain energy, enthusiasm, mental zip, and even better health.”


231. “Second, join and participate in at least one group outside your occupational interests. Association with people who have different job interests broadens your thinking and helps you to see the big picture. You’ll be surprised how mixing regularly with people outside your occupational area will stimulate your on-the-job thinking.”


232. “John Wanamaker: “A man is not doing much until the cause he works for possesses all there is of him.”


233. “The point is this: Big thinkers are specialists in creating positive, forward looking, optimistic pictures in their own minds and in the minds of others. To think big, we must use words and phrases that produce big, positive mental images.” – David J. Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big


234. “Dubai is a vibrant city: big cars, big buildings.” John Rocha


235. “Life is short. Do big things.” Robin Sharma


236. “Attitudes are more important than intelligence.”


237. “Education is the key to unlock the golden door of freedom.” George Washington Carver


238. “In a similar fashion, you can find ways to like a person if you believe you can. You can discover solutions to personal problems if you believe you can. You can find a way to purchase that new, larger home if you believe you can. Belief releases creative powers. Disbelief puts the brakes on. Believe, and you’ll start thinking—constructively.”


239. “Don’t wait until conditions are perfect. They never will be. Expect future obstacles and difficulties and solve them as they arise.”


240. “That you’ve got to have either gray hair or no hair at all in order to gain an investor’s confidence is plain nonsense.”


241. “Just enough sense to stick with something-a chore, task, project, until its completed pays off much better than idle intelligence, even if idle intelligence be of genius caliber.”


242. “Confident action produces confident thinking.” – David J. Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big


243. “Money can’t buy happiness? Habibi come to Dubai.” Anonymous


244. “Dubai awakens your mind to what is possible.” Asad Meah


245. “Stop selling. Start helping.” Zig Ziglar


246. “The difference between a thought and a decision is the immediate action you take.” Ed Mylett


247. “Ideas in themselves are not enough. That idea for getting more business, for simplifying work procedures, is of value only when it is acted upon.”


248. “When you help others feel important, you help yourself feel important too.”


249. “We were scared, but our fear was not as strong as our courage.” Malala Yousafzai


250. “This is no time for ease and comfort. It is time to dare and endure.” Winston Churchill


251. “Here is a psychological principle that is worth reading over twenty-five times. Read it until it absolutely saturates you: To think confidently, act confidently.”


252. “All the successful public speakers have one thing in common: They have something to say and they feel a burning desire for other people to hear it”


253. “Look at things as they can be, not as they are.” David J. Schwartz


254. “Behold the red and gold of the sunset. This is Dubai at its most picturesque, when the sun leaves a shimmering blaze of dusk on sails as buildings, boats and bridges twinkle in the distance all around.” Anonymous


255. “What are my best qualities?” Don”


256. “Put service first, and money takes care of itself—always.”


257. “Negators are everywhere, and they seem to delight in sabotaging the positive progress of others.”


258. “Practice calling people by their names. Every year shrewd manufacturers sell more briefcases, pencils, Bibles, and hundreds of other items just by putting the buyer’s name on the product. People like to be called by name. It gives everyone a boost to be addressed by name.” – David J. Schwartz


259. “Whoever is happy will make others happy.” Anne Frank


260. “The great Orville Hubbard once said, “A failure is a man who has blundered but is not able to cash in on the experience.”


261. “1. Grow the attitude of I’m activated. 2. Grow the attitude of You are important. 3. Grow the attitude of Service first.”


262. “The test of a successful person is not an ability to eliminate all problems before they arise, but to meet and work out difficulties when they do arise.”


263. “There is a real danger of unintended consequences, of encouraging people to give up. Pessimism, if it becomes a habit, can reinforce a narrative of unstoppable decline. If there is nothing we can do, that releases us from our obligations.” David Grinspoon


264. “Success is something you attract by the person you become.” John Earl Shoaff


265. “Be an experimental person. Break up fixed routines. Expose yourself to new restaurants, new books, new theaters, new friends; take a different route to work someday, take a different vacation this year, do something new and different this weekend.”


266. “Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you’ve imagined.” Henry David Thoreau


267. “Act the way you want to feel.”


268. “You were born with wings, why prefer to crawl through life?” Rumi


269. “Invest future time in doing what you really want to do. It’s too late only when you let your mind go negative and think it’s too late. Stop thinking “I should have started years ago.” That’s failure thinking. Instead think, “I’m going to start now, my best years are ahead of me.” That’s the way successful people think.”


270. “Success shuns the man who lacks ideas.” David J. Schwartz


271. “If you want it done, give it to a busy man. I refuse to work on important projects with persons who have lots of free time. I have learned from painful, expensive experience that the fellow who has plenty of time makes an ineffective work partner.”


272. “The progressive business knows that how strong it will be five years from now depends not on what it does five years in the future but rather on what it does, invests, this year.”


273. “Look at things not as they are, but as they can be. Visualization adds value to everything. A big thinker always visualizes what can be done in the future. He isn’t stuck with the present.” David J. Schwartz


274. “Life is too short to waste. Dreams are fulfilled only through action, not through endless planning to take action.”


275. “People do more for you when you make them feel important. Remember to do these things:”


276. “Hope is a start. But hope needs action to win victories.” David J. Schwartz


277. “Don’t let ideas escape. Write them down.” – David J. Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big


278. “Belief triggers the power to do.”


279. “I slept and dreamt that life was joy. I awoke and saw that life was service. I acted and behold, service was joy.” Rabindranath Tagore


280. “The point is this: Big thinkers are specialists in creating positive, forward-looking, optimistic pictures in their own minds and in the minds of others. To think big, we must use words and phrases that produce big, positive mental images.” David J. Schwartz


281. “Look at things not as they are, but as they can be. Visualization adds value to everything. A big thinker always visualizes what can be done in the future. He isn’t stuck with the present.”


282. “Big people monopolize the listening. Small people monopolize the talking.”


283. “Liven up everything about you; your smile, your hand-shake, your talk, even your walk. Act alive!” – David J. Schwartz


284. “1. Always show positive attitudes toward your job so that your subordinates will “pick up” right thinking. 2. As you approach your job each day, ask yourself, “Am I worthy in every respect of being imitated? Are all my habits such that I would be glad to see them in my subordinates?”


285. “We must have ideas to create and improve anything. Success shuns the man who lacks ideas.”


286. “minds such as Emerson, who said, “Great men are those who see that thoughts rule the world”


287. “Am I using my mental ability to make history, or am I using it merely to record history made by others?”


288. “Einstein taught us a big lesson. He felt it was more important to use your mind to think than to use it as a warehouse for facts.”


289. “Shallow emotions. An incapacity to feel genuine love. A need for stimulation. Frequent verbal outbursts. Poor behavioural controls. These are just some of the things that social media are encouraging in all of us. They’re also a pretty comprehensive diagnostic checklist for sociopathy — in fact, that’s where I got the list.” Milo Yiannopoulos


290. “Grow big by thinking big” – David J. Schwartz


291. “Because big men do not laugh at big ideas.”


292. “those who believe they can move mountains,do.Those who believe they can't,cannot.”


293. “You are what you think. Think enthusiasm and you’ll be enthusiastic. To get high-quality work, be enthusiastic about the job you want done. Others will catch the enthusiasm you generate and you’ll get first-class performance.”


294. “Think you are weak, think you lack what it takes, think you will lose, think you are second class – think this way and you are doomed to mediocrity.” – David J. Schwartz


295. “The important thing is not where you were or where you are but where you want to get.”


296. “The “Okay-I’ll-give-it-a-try-but-I-don’t-think-it-will-work” attitude produces failures”


297. “He wanted conditions to be perfect before he took action. Since conditions were never perfect, C. D. never took action.”


298. “I think sometimes in life the biggest challenges end up being the best things that happen in your life.” Tom Brady


299. “In one way or another fear prevents people from getting what they want from life.”


300. “The tallest building in the world is now in Dubai.” Fareed Zakaria


301. “Success is nothing more than a few simple disciplines practiced every day.” Jim Rohn


302. “We should always believe we are the best.” Cristiano Ronaldo


303. “And when you write on paper, you “write” on your mind, too. Tests prove conclusively that you remember something much longer and much more exactly if you write the thought on paper.”


304. “The only thing that counts about one’s vocabulary, is the effect his words and phrases have on his own and others’ thinking.” – David J. Schwartz


305. “Once I heard a young paratrooper instructor explain, “The jump really isn’t so bad. It’s the waiting to jump that gets a fellow.”


306. “Money seeds, of course, grow money. Plant service and harvest money.”


307. “Believe it can be done. When you believe something can be done, really believe, your mind will find the ways to do it. Believing a solution paves the way to solution.” – David J. Schwartz


308. “The thinking that guides your intelligence is much more important than how much intelligence you may have.”


309. “whether the psychological problem is big or little, the cure comes when one learns to quit drawing negative form one's memory bank and withdraws positive instead”


310. “Believe it can be done. When you really believe something can be done, your mind will find the ways to do it.”


311. “the thinking that guides your intelligence is much more important than how much intelligence you have”


312. “Move out of your comfort zone. You can only grow if you are willing to feel awkward and uncomfortable when you try something new.” Brian Tracy


313. “I’d rather be hated for who I am than loved for who I am not.” Kurt Cobain


314. “There’s no better place than Dubai.” Anonymous


315. “The questions you ask yourself will determine the course of your life.” Tom Bilyeu


316. “Remember, you see in any situation what you expect to see.” David J. Schwartz


317. “This is what he says about goals: “The important thing is not where you were or where you are but where you want to get.”


318. “See what can be, not just what is.”


319. “Knowledge is power only when put to use – and then only when the use made of it is constructive.”


320. “Meet problems and obstacles as they arise. The test of a successful person is not the ability to eliminate all problems before he takes action, but rather the ability to find solutions to difficulties when he encounters them.” – David J. Schwartz


321. “The thinking that guides your intelligence is much more important than the quantity of your brainpower.”


322. “Big thinkers are specialists in creating positive, forward-looking, optimistic pictures in their own minds and in the minds of others.”


323. “The mind pictures we see are modified by the kinds of words we use to name things and describe things.”


324. “Dubai, the only place where the sky is not the limit.” Anonymous


325. “A revolution is not a bed of roses. A revolution is a struggle to the death between the future and the past.” Fidel Castro


326. “Build confidence. Destroy fear through action.”


327. “The tendency for so many people to think small means there is much less competition than you think for a very rewarding career.”


328. “Build castles, don’t dig graves.”


329. “Only do what your heart tells you.” Princess Diana


330. “Practice adding value to yourself. Conduct a daily interview with yourself. Ask, “What can I do to make myself more valuable today?” Visualize yourself not as you are but as you can be. Then specific ways for attaining your potential value will suggest themselves. Just try and see.”


331. “Always give people more than they expect to get.”


332. “Both Mr. Triumph and Mr. Defeat are intensely obedient. They snap to attention immediately. All you need do to signal either foreman is to give the slightest mental beck and call. If the signal is positive, Mr. Triumph will step forward and go to work. Likewise, a negative signal brings Mr. Defeat forward”


333. “Success comes from doing those things and mastering those principles that produce success.”


334. “As a general rule, the more interest you show in a person, the more he will produce for you. And his production is what carries you forward to greater and greater success.”


335. “The point is this: Big thinkers are specialists in creating positive, forward-looking, optimistic pictures in their own minds and in the minds of others. To think big, we must use words and phrases that produce big, positive mental images.” – David J. Schwartz


336. “As you approach your job each day, ask yourself, “Am I worthy in every respect of being imitated? Are all my habits such that I would be glad to see them in my subordinates?”


337. “And when you put life in your talk, you automatically put more life in you.” – David J. Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big


338. “The point is clear. People who get things done in this world don’t wait for the spirit to move them; they move the spirit.”


339. “In the words of Publilius Syrus: A wise man will be master of his mind, A fool will be its slave.”


340. “Get rich or die tryin.” 50 Cent


341. “Work hard. Have fun. Make it happen.” Raphael Nadal


342. “Stretch your mind. Associate with people who can help you to think new ideas, new ways of doing things.” – David J. Schwartz


343. “Believe, and you’ll start thinking—constructively.”


344. “Sometimes it’s the journey that teaches you a lot about your destination.” Drake


345. “That some achieve great success, is proof to all that others can achieve it as well.” Abraham Lincoln


346. “In hundreds of interviews with people at all levels I’ve made this discovery: The bigger the person, the more apt he is to encourage you to talk; the smaller the person, the more apt he is to preach to you.”


347. “People do more for you when you make them feel important.”


348. “Build castles, don't dig graves.”


349. “These four leadership rules or principles are: 1. Trade minds with the people you want to influence. 2. Think: What is the human way to handle this? 3. Think progress, believe in progress, push for progress. 4. Take time out to confer with yourself and develop your supreme thinking power.”


350. “have the courage to face your faults.”


351. “And, please, as you visualize your future, don’t be afraid to be blue sky. People these days are measured by the size of their dreams. No one accomplishes more than he sets out to accomplish. So visualize a big future.”


352. “Think first class about everyone around you, and you’ll receive first-class results in return.”


353. “Education is a cause very close to me. What matters is encouraging my fans to focus on their education, because only an educated generation can ensure a better future. Even when I was on tour, I did my homework and studied.” Martin Garrix


354. “People are capable, at any time in their lives of doing what they dream of.” Paulo Coelho


355. “new approaches and some new techniques.”


356. “Never underestimate the power of an encouraging word.” John C. Maxwell


357. “Look important; it helps you think important. Your appearance talks to you. Be sure it lifts your spirits and builds your confidence. Your appearance talks to others. Make certain it says, Here is an important person: intelligent, prosperous, and dependable.” David J. Schwartz


358. “For stickability is 95 percent of ability.”


359. “This incident, familiar to thousands of former Navy men, illustrates just one point: action cures fear. Indecision, postponement, on the other hand, fertilize fear.”


360. “You are what you think you are. Think more of yourself and there is more of you.”


361. “Most of us make two basic errors with respect to intelligence: 1. We underestimate our own brainpower. 2. We overestimate the other fellow’s brainpower.” – David J. Schwartz


362. “How you think determines how you act. How you act in turn determines: How others react to you.”


363. “Transmit good news to your family. Tell”


364. “Good news does more than get attention; good news pleases people. Good news develops enthusiasm. Good news even promotes good digestion.”


365. “salvage something from every setback.”


366. “The thought “It’s impossible” sets off a chain reaction of other thoughts to prove you’re right.”


367. “Remember, the main job of the leader is thinking. And the best preparation for leadership is thinking.” – David J. Schwartz


368. “The time is always right to do what is right.” Martin Luther King Jr.


369. “A lot of passivationists got that way because they insisted on waiting until everything was 100 percent favorable before they took action. Perfection is highly desirable. But nothing man-made or man-designed is, or can be, absolutely perfect. So to wait for the perfect set of conditions is to wait forever.”


370. “Don’t let tradition paralyze your mind. Be receptive to new ideas. Be experimental. Try new approaches. Be progressive in everything you do.”


371. “Put these two thoughts deep in your mind. First, give your ideas value by acting on them.” – David J. Schwartz


372. “Marriage, in its truest sense, is a partnership of equals, with neither exercising dominion over the other, but, rather, with each encouraging and assisting the other in whatever responsibilities and aspirations he or she might have.” Gordon B. Hinckley


373. “Los grandes hombres son los que ven que el pensamiento rige el mundo”;”


374. “Where success is concerned, people are not measured in inches, or pounds, or college degrees, or family background; they are measured by the size of their thinking. How big we think determines the size of our accomplishments.” David J. Schwartz


375. “good and I’m going to find the formula that will put it over. The market is saturated. Imagine, 75 percent of the potential has already been sold. Better get out. Imagine, 25 percent of the market is still not sold. Count me in.”


376. “many suppressive forces that direct our thinking toward mediocre levels.”


377. “Believe it can be done. When you believe something can be done, really believe, your mind will find ways to do it. Believing in a solution paves the way to a solution.” David J. Schwartz


378. “Whether the psychological problem is big or little, the cure comes when one learns to quit drawing negative form one’s memory bank and withdraws positive instead.”


379. “A man who wins is a man who thinks he can.” Roger Federer


380. “Action cures fear. Indecision, postponement, on the other hand, fertilize fear”


381. “Capacity is a state of mind. How much we can do depends on how much we think we can do. When you really believe you can do more, your mind thinks creatively and shows you the way.”


382. “Let your major goal be your automatic pilot. When you let your goal absorb you, you’ll find yourself making the right decisions to reach your goal.”


383. “Concentrate on your assets. You’re better than you think you are.”


384. “Make this little test regularly to keep you on the right track. Whenever you leave a person, ask yourself, “Does that person honestly feel better because he has talked with me?”


385. “Remember, you see in any situation what you expect to see.” – David J. Schwartz


386. “Commit this question to memory and use it to evaluate everything you do: “Will this help take me where I want to go?” If the answer is no, back off; if yes, press ahead”


387. “Show appreciation at every opportunity. Make”


388. “To gain the respect of others, you must first think you deserve respect. And the more respect you have for yourself, the more respect others will have for you.”


389. “Being self-critical is constructive. It helps you to build the personal strength and efficiency needed for success. Blaming others is destructive. You gain absolutely nothing from “proving” that someone else is wrong.”


390. “Belief, strong belief, triggers the mind to figure ways and means and how-to. And believing you can succeed makes others place confidence in you.”


391. “So in teaching honesty you have a ready audience. Don’t blow it by encouraging your son to tell white lies- even if they’re well intentioned. Young boys think in black-and-white terms.” Meg Meeker


392. “Think you are weak, think you lack what it takes, think you will lose, think you are second class – think this way and you are doomed to mediocrity.” – David J. Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big


393. “It is well to respect the leader. Learn from him. Observe him. Study him. But don’t worship him. Believe you can surpass. Believe you can go beyond. Those who harbor the second-best attitude are invariably second-best doers.”


394. “Capacity is a state of mind. How much we can do depends on how much we think we can do.”


395. “When you believe I-can-do-it, the how-to-do-it develops.”


396. We underestimate our own brainpower. 2. We overestimate the other fellow’s brainpower.” David J. Schwartz


397. “Hope is a start. But hope needs action to win victories.” – David J. Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big


398. “you’ll get more money.”


399. “Remember, a mind that feeds only on itself soon is undernourished, becoming weak and incapable of creative progressive thought. Stimulation from others is excellent mind food.”


400. “If you’re afraid to fail then you’re probably going to fail.”Kobe Bryant


401. “Again, put service first, and money takes care of itself.”


402. “The body is what the body is fed. By the same token, the mind is what the mind is fed… The kind of mind food we consume determines our habits, attitudes, personality.”


403. “I’ll be more enthusiastic about encouraging thinking outside the box when there’s evidence of any thinking going on inside it.” Terry Pratchett


404. “Here is the first step toward success. It’s a basic step. It can’t be avoided. Step One: Believe in yourself, believe you can succeed.”


405. “Remind yourself several times daily, “My attitudes are more important than my intelligence.”


406. “basic principle of successful living: To activate others, you must first activate yourself.”


407. “Initiative is a special kind of action. It’s doing something worthwhile without being told to do it. The person with initiative has a standing invitation to join the high income brackets in every business and profession.”


408. “Where success is concerned, people are not measured in inches, or pounds, or college degrees, or family background; they are measured by the size of their thinking. How big we think determines the size of our accomplishments.”


409. “Knowledge is only potential power. Knowledge is power only when put to use—and then only when the use made of it is constructive.”


410. “THINK CREATIVELY”


411. “Dubai will never settle for anything less than first place.” Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum


412. “Before complaining or accusing or reprimanding someone or launching a counterattack in self-defense, ask yourself, “Is it really important?” In most cases, it isn’t and you avoid conflict”


413. “There’s an old saying worth repeating often: “I felt sorry for myself because I had ragged shoes until I met a man who had no feet.”


414. “Once the sand of Dubai has settled on your shoulders, you can never shake it off.” Anonymous


415. “Dig into it deeper. When you find yourself uninterested in something, dig in and learn more about it. This sets off enthusiasm.”


416. “He believes he is worth little, so he receives little. He believes he can’t do big things, and he doesn’t. He believes he is unimportant, so everything he does has an unimportant mark. As times goes by, lack of belief in himself shows through in the way the fellow talks, walks, acts.”


417. “Success depends on the support of other people. The only hurdle between you and what you want to be is the support of others.”


418. “When we do what is known to be wrong, two negative things happen. First, we feel guilt and this guilt eats away confidence. Second, other people sooner or later find out and lose confidence in us.” David J. Schwartz


419. “Actually, it’s a mark of real leadership to take the lead in getting to know people. Next time you are in a large group, observe something very significant: the most important person present is the one person most active in introducing himself.”


420. “Remember, you see in any situation what you expect to see.”


421. “You will change over the months and years. This we know. But how you will change depends on your future environment, the mind food you feed yourself.”


422. “Think you are weak, think you lack what it takes, think you will lose, think you are second class – think this way, and you are doomed to mediocrity.” David J. Schwartz


423. “Dubai, with all of its glitz and glamour, rose in the heart of the desert.” Saroosh Shahrivar


424. “Cultivate and fertilize your idea.”


425. “Success seems to be connected with action. Successful people keep moving. They make mistakes but they don’t quit.” Conrad Hilton


426. “Listen to their problems. Be helpful. Encourage people and win their support.”


427. “I know of no more encouraging fact than the unquestionable ability of man to elevate his life by conscious endeavor.” Henry David Thoreau


428. “Do something special for your family often. It”


429. “If something is important enough you should try, even if the probable outcome is a failure.” Elon Musk


430. “the ability to know how to get information is more important than using the mind as a garage for facts.”


431. “Believe in yourself, and good things do start happening.”


432. “A second way to profit from the be-human rule is to let your action show you put people first. Show interest in your subordinates’ off-the-job accomplishments. Treat everyone with dignity. Remind yourself that the primary purpose in life is to enjoy it.”


433. “Get the action habit – you do not need to wait until conditions are perfect.”


434. “Be a crusader. When you see something that you believe ought to be done, pick up the ball and run.”


435. “The story is told that the great scientist Einstein was once asked how many feet are in a mile. Einstein’s reply was “I don’t know. Why should I fill my brain with facts I can find in two minutes in any standard reference book?”


436. “It is better to be alone than in bad company.” George Washinton


437. “People who tell you it cannot be done almost always are unsuccessful people, are strictly average or mediocre at best in terms of accomplishment”


438. “Now make your idea grow. Think about it. Tie the idea to related ideas. Read anything you can find that is in any way akin to your idea. Investigate all angles. Then, when the time is ripe, put it to work for yourself, your job, your future.”


439. “The thinking that guides your intelligence is much more important than how much intelligence you have.” – David J. Schwartz


440. “knowledge of what he’s going to talk about and an intense desire to tell it to other people.”


441. “In reaching creative decisions, the raw materials are the ideas and suggestions of others. Don’t, of course, expect other people to give you ready-made solutions. That’s not the primary reason for asking and listening. Ideas of others help to spark your own ideas so your mind is more creative.”


442. “Concentrate on your assets. You’re better than you think you are.” David J. Schwartz


443. “The person who does the most talking and the person who is the most successful are rarely the same person”


444. “Believe, really believe, you can move a mountain, and you can. Not many people believe that they can move mountains. So, as a result, not many people do”


445. “Creative thinking is simply finding new, improved ways to do anything.”


446. “A person is a product of his own thoughts.”


447. “Here’s a technique that works: before complaining or accusing or reprimanding someone or launching a counterattack in self-defense, ask yourself, “Is it really important?” In most cases, it isn’t and you avoid conflict.”


448. “Freedom is a timeless value. The United Nations Charter calls for encouraging respect for fundamental freedoms. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights mentions freedom more than twenty times. All countries have committed to protecting individual freedoms on paper – but in practice, too many break their pledge.” Ban Ki-moon


449. “When you believe something is impossible, your mind goes to work for you to prove why. But when you believe, really believe, something can be done, your mind goes to work for you and helps you find the ways to do it.”


450. “there is a cause for everything.”


451. “I slept and dreamt life is beauty, I woke and found life is duty.” Confucius


452. “Get the big view of your job. Think, really think your present job is important. That next promotion depends mostly on how you think toward your present job.”


453. “Remind yourself once again that you are not pulled to high levels of success. Rather, you are lifted there by those working beside and below you.”


454. “I'm going to live until I die and I'm not going to get life and death confused. While I'm on this earth I'm going to LIVE. Why only be half alive? Every minute a person spends worrying about dying is just one minute that fellow might as well have been dead.”


455. “WHEN YOU BELIEVE, YOUR MIND WILL FIND WAY TO DO”


456. “It isn’t so much what you know when you start that matters. It’s what you learn and put to use after you open your doors that counts most.”


457. “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Maya Angelou


458. “All of us, more than we recognize, are products of the surrounding thinking. And much of this thinking is little, not big “


459. “The right attitude and one arm will beat the wrong attitude and two arms every time.”


460. “But when you believe, really believe, something can be done, your mind goes to work for you and helps you find the ways to do it.”


461. “Success depends on the support of other people.” David J. Schwartz


462. “The greatest deception men suffer is from their own opinions.” Leonardo da Vinci


463. “This experience teaches us a lesson: Capacity is a state of mind. How much we can do depends on how much we think we can do. When you really believe you can do more, your mind thinks creatively and shows you the way.”


464. “Logic will take you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.” Albert Einstein


465. “Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery. None but ourselves can free our minds.” Bob Marley


466. “Good news gets good results. Broadcast it.”


467. “Big people monopolize the listening. Small people monopolize the talking”


468. “Now is the magic word of success. Tomorrow, next week, later, sometime, someday often as not are synonyms for the failure word: never.”


469. “Think big, we must use words and phrases that produce big, positive mental images”


470. “Put service first, and money takes care of itself.”


471. “The point is this: the successful person in any field takes time out to confer with himself or herself. Leaders use solitude to put the pieces of a problem together, to work out solutions, to plan, and, in one phrase, to do their superthinking.”


472. “For to be free is not merely to cast of one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.” Nelson Mandela


473. “Successful people are just ordinary folks who have developed belief in themselves and what they do. Never—yes, never—sell yourself short.”


474. “Look at things not as they are, but as they can be. Visualization adds value to everything. A big thinker always visualizes what can be done in the future. He isn’t stuck with the present.” – David J. Schwartz


475. “Accept human differences and limitations. Don’t expect anyone to be perfect. Remember, the other person has a right to be different. And don’t be a reformer.”


476. “If you correct your mind, the rest of your life will fall into place.” Lao Tzu


477. “How much we can do depends on how much we think we can do. When you really believe you can do more, your mind thinks creatively and shows you the way.”


478. “I have won the hearts of many. So that matters more than any award. The love of my ‘Nehearts’ – my fans, is more than inspiring and encouraging.” Neha Kakkar


479. “How we think is directly affected by the group we’re in. Be sure you’re in the flock that thinks right.”


480. “Are my personal standards with reference to the quantity and quality of my output higher now than three or six months ago?”


481. “The price tag the world puts on us is just about identical to the one we put on ourselves.” – David J. Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big


482. “Perfection is highly desirable. But nothing man-made or man-designed is, or can be, absolutely perfect. So to wait for the perfect set of conditions is to wait forever.”


483. “And the seed of money is service. That”


484. “Too many of us are not living our dreams because we are living our fears.” Les Brown


485. “The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” Sun Tzu


486. “Where there is a will, there is a way.” David J. Schwartz


487. “Whether the psychological problem is big or little, the cure comes when one learns to quit drawing negative from one’s memory bank and withdraws positive instead.” – David J. Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big


488. “There is nothing impossible to him who will try.” Alexander The Great


489. “Build castles, don’t dig graves.” – David J. Schwartz


490. “All of us, more than we recognize, are products of the thinking around us. And much of this thinking is little, not big. All around you is an environment that is trying to tug you, trying to pull you down Second Class Street.”


491. “Practice appreciation with a warm, sincere smile. A”


492. “Look at things as they can be, not as they are.”


493. “The mind is what the mind is fed.”


494. “When you believe something is impossible, your mind goes to work for you to prove why. But when you believe, really believe, something can be done, your mind goes to work for you and helps you find the ways to do it”


495. “If you love what you do and are willing to do what it takes, it’s within your reach.” Steve Wozniak


496. “Here is a basic truth: To do anything, we must first believe it can be done.” – David J. Schwartz


497. “I am a big believer in the value of traveling while you are young. The experiences you have in other countries can inspire greatness.” Blake Mycoskie


498. “Be constructively self-critical. Don’t run away from inadequacies. Be like the real professionals. They seek out their faults and weaknesses, then correct them. That’s what makes them professionals.” – David J. Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big


499. “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything.” Colin Kaepernick


500. “Belief, strong belief, triggers the mind to figure ways and means and how-to.”


501. “It depends on how you look at things. For example, I never had a teacher I hated. Naturally I was disciplined just like every other pupil, but I always figured it was my fault that the discipline was necessary. I have also liked every boss I ever had. I always tried to please him and do more than he expected if I possibly could, never less.”


502. “Here is a basic truth: To do anything, we must first believe it can be done.” – David J. Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big


503. “Observe what military leaders do. When they develop a master plan to take an objective, they also map out alternative plans. If something unforeseen happens that rules out plan A, they switch to plan B.”


504. “Action must precede action. That’s a law of nature.”


505. “3. Remember that the ability to think is of much greater value than the ability to memorize facts. Use your mind to create and develop ideas, to find new and better ways to do things. Ask yourself, “Am I using my mental ability to make history, or am I using it merely to record history made by others?”


506. “Be objective. Put yourself in a glass tube and look at yourself as a disinterested third party would look at the situation. See if you have a weakness that you’ve never noticed before. If you have, take action to correct it.”


507. “Belief works this way. Belief, the “I’m-positive-I-can” attitude, generates the power, skill, and energy needed to do. When you believe I-can-do-it, the how-to-do-it develops”


508. “A person who thinks his job is important Receives mental signals on how to do his job better; And a better job means More promotions, more money, more prestige, more happiness.”


509. “Accept the law of cause and effect. Take a second look at what appears to be someone’s “good luck.” You’ll find not luck but preparation, planning, and success-producing thinking preceded his good fortune.”


510. “You’re bigger than you think. So fit your thinking to your true size. Think as big as you really are! Never, never, never sell yourself short!”


511. “Think little goals and expect little achievements. Think big goals and win big success.” – David J. Schwartz


512. “You cannot further the Brotherhood of Man by encouraging class hatred.” J. Paul Getty


513. “We become what we think about.” Earl Nightingale


514. “Believe Big. The size of your success is determined by the size of your belief. Think little goals and expect little achievements. Think big goals and win big success. Remember this, too! Big ideas and big plans are often easier – certainly no more difficult – than small ideas and small plans.”


515. “Put service first and money takes care of itself.”


516. “Keep in mind that you’ll have true happiness, true fulfillment, not living to get but living to give.” Joel Osteen


517. “Why not make progress your most important product?”


518. “maximum effectiveness.”


519. “I thought the maxim was a clever way to encourage people to be optimistic.”


520. “Don’t sell yourself short. Conquer the crime of self-deprecation. Concentrate on your assets. You’re better than you think you are”


521. “praise is power. Invest”


522. “Refuse to talk about your health. The more you talk about an ailment, even the common cold, the worse it seems to get. Talking about bad health is like putting fertilizer on weeds. Besides, talking about your health is a bad habit. It bores people.”


523. “giving customers extra service is a money seed because it brings customers back; advancing”


524. “The worst thing I can be is the same as everybody else. I hate that.” Arnold Schwarzenegger


525. “The ‘Okay – I’ll – give – it – a – try – but – I – don’t – think – it – will – work’ attitude produces failures.” – David J. Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big


526. “Crawford H. Greenewalt, president of one of the nation’s largest business organizations, E. I. du Pont de Nemours. In a talk at Columbia University, Mr. Greenewalt said, “. . . there are many ways in which a good job can be done—as many ways, in fact, as there are men to whom the task is given.”


527. “Action is the foundational key to all success.” Pablo Picasso


528. “Action feeds and strengthens confidence; inaction in all forms feeds fear. To fight fear, act. To increase fear—wait, put off, postpone”


529. “It’s not too wild a guess that, of all living creatures, probably not more than one in ten million is a human being. A person is a biological rarity. He is important in God’s scheme of things.” – David J. Schwartz


530. “the most difficult problem in life was getting out of a warm bed into a cold room. And”


531. “Dubai is always a good idea.” Anonymous


532. “We are living proof that when human beings have the courage and commitment to transform a dream into reality, there is nothing that can stop them. Dubai is a living example of that.” Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum


533. “Your mind will create a way if you let it.” – David J. Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big


534. “Invariably the group looks bewildered, not quite sure they heard right and thinking they are listening to a real fuzzy-wuzzy.”


535. “Case history after case history proved that the size of bank accounts, the size of happiness accounts, and the size of one’s general satisfaction account is dependent on the size of one’s thinking. There is magic in thinking big.”


536. “When you believe something is impossible, your mind goes to work for you to prove why. But when you believe, really believe, something can be done, you mind goes to work for you and helps you find the ways to do it.” – David J. Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big


537. “Go out of your way to meet people. And don’t be timid. Don’t be afraid to be unusual. Find out who the other person is, and be sure he knows who you are.”


538. “Listening to people provides definite ideas for making the product more salable.”


539. “Remember: People who tell you it cannot be done almost always are unsuccessful people, are strictly average or mediocre at best in terms of accomplishment.” David J. Schwartz


540. “personal copy of Fifty Years with the Golden Rule, and said, “Paul, read this book and return it. See how, in J. C. Penney’s own words, just doing what’s right made him one of America’s richest men.”


541. “RECONDITION YOURSELF FOR SUCCESS”


542. “The mind is what the mind is fed.” – David J. Schwartz, The Magic of Thinking Big


543. “Give your ideas value by acting on them.” David J. Schwartz


544. “Success is determined not so much by the size of one’s brain, as it is by the size of one’s thinking”


545. “A humorist once said the most difficult problem in life was getting out of a warm bed into a cold room. And he had a point. The longer you lie there and think how unpleasant it will be to get up, the more difficult it becomes.”