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600 Inspirational Robin Sharma Quotes On Change (2023)

1. If you sense your life’s a mess right now, this is simply because your fears are just a little stronger than your faith.


2. “Give a prayer of thanks for all you have. Work on your gratitude list. Listen to some great music. Watch the sun come up, or perhaps go for a quick walk in natural surroundings if you feel up to it.”


3. You really must learn how to balance working intensity and brilliantly with deep rest and recovery so you can remain fresh and strong over a long career.


4. “If we are cruel to another, we will be cruel to ourselves. If we can't appreciate those around us, we won't appreciate ourselves. With every person we engage, in everything we do, we must be kinder than expected, more generous than anticipated, more positive than we thought possible. Every moment in front of another human being is an opportunity to express our highest values and to influence someone with our humanity. We can make the world better, one person at a time.”


5. “The only limits on your life are those that you set yourself.’ When you dare to get out of your circle of comfort and explore the unknown, you start to liberate your true human potential. This is the first step towards self-mastery and mastery over every other circumstance in your life. When you push beyond your limits, just as you did in this little demonstration, you unlock mental and physical reserves that you never thought you had.”


6. “your vision will become clear only when you can look into your heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakens.’ On”


7. “Deci oboseala ta nu e nimic mai mult decat o creatie mentala, un obicei rau, pe care mintea ta l-a cultivat pentru a-ti folosi drept carja cand indeplinesti o sarcina anosta.”


8. “Run your own race. Who cares what others are doing? The only question that matters is, Am I progressing?” Robin Sharma


9. “Las personas que prosperan en la vida son aquellas que tienen grandes sueños y asumen los riesgos que sean necesarios para convertirlos en realidad. Se”


10. “To double your net worth, double your self-worth. Because you will never exceed the height of your self-image.” Robin Sharma


11. “The most precious resource for businesspeople is not their time. It’s their energy. Manage it well.” – Robin Sharma


12. It’s not about the end goal, it’s about who you become by consistently pushing to edge of your limits.” – Robin Sharma


13. “Wage war against the weaker thoughts that have crept into the palace of your mind. They will see that they are unwanted and leave like unwelcome visitors.”


14. “Most people try to be all things to all people and, in so doing, achieve nothing. Elite performers have a laser-like focus on their highest priorities and an acute awareness of the best uses of their time. In fact, they build their whole lives around the activities that offer them the highest return on investment. They are good at saying no.”


15. “Would you rather live your life according to the approval of others or aligned with your truth and your dreams?”


16. “95. Become your spouses number one supporter, the one who is always there supporting and fueling hopes and dreams. Develop together and march confidently through the world as an army of two.”


17. “You must be ruthless with your time. Learn to say no. Having the courage to say no to the little things in life will give you the power to say yes to the big things.”


18. “Este es el secreto que los titanes de la industria, los máximos representantes del arte y los mayores triunfadores de la humanidad nunca compartirán con vosotros: el éxito colosal no depende tanto de la genética heredada como de los hábitos diarios. Y el ritual de la mañana es, con diferencia, el más importante que debéis calibrar. Y automatizar.”


19. “If you want to have the results only 5% have, you must be willing to do and think like only 5% do and think.” – Robin Sharma


20. “hard times do make better people. That in the middle of difficulty lives opportunity. And that each of us is built to win—in both work and life.”


21. “Average performers stop when they feel fear. Iconic producers accelerate once they get frightened.” Robin Sharma


22. “Each day, life will send you little windows of opportunity. Your destiny will ultimately be defined by how you respond to these windows of opportunity.”


23. “Take excellent care of the front end of your day, and the rest of your day will pretty much take care of itself. Own your morning. Elevate your life.”


24. “We all have the same allotment of twenty-four hours in a day. What separates the people who create great lives from the also-rans is how they use these hours.”


25. “You can make your world the bed of roses that you have always dreamed of, the decision is yours alone. If you want this kind of magical existence, the golden key is to remember that your mind is the sole author of your success. If you master your thoughts, you master your mind. Once you master your mind, you master your life and when you master your life you master your destiny.” – Robin Sharma


26. “Courage, Jonathan! That’s the only way to live. And remember, bravery isn’t really something you feel. It’s something you show.”


27. “A meaningful life is made up of a series of daily acts of decency and kindness, which, ironically, add up to something truly great over the course of a lifetime.”


28. “French mathematician Blaise Pascal wrote: “All of humanity’s problems stem from man’s inability to sit quietly in a room alone.”


29. “Here’s a big lesson: The secret of passion is purpose. Once you find your calling—that compelling cause that you can give your life over to—your heart will begin to sing, and you’ll have more passion, power, and inner peace than you ever could have imagined. Discovering”


30. “He comprendido que el fracaso, sea personal, profesional o incluso espiritual, es necesario para la expansión de la persona. Aporta un crecimiento interior y un sinfín de recompensas psíquicas. Nunca lamentes”


31. “The moment I stopped spending so much time chasing the big pleasure of life. I began to enjoy the little ones, like watching the stars dancing in moonlit sky or soaking in the sunbeams of a glorious summer morning.”


32. “Read The Charisma Factor - How to Develop Your Natural Leadership Ability by Robert J. Richardson and S. Katharine Thayer. It is a superb book for any aspiring leader, or a current one, who seeks to advance to the next level. 195.”


33. “Some of life's best pleasures are simplest ones. Enrich your life with more of them and your heart will be happy.”


34. “Esmu sapratis, ka mūsu dzīve ir nekas vairāk kā mirkļu virknējums - ja palaidīsi garām mirkļus, tu palaidīsi garām savu dzīvi.”


35. “there are five forms of wealth: economic wealth, relationship wealth, physical wealth, adventure wealth and what I call psychic wealth (which is all about filling your life with meaning).”


36. “Your surroundings really do shape your perceptions, your inspirations and your implementations. Art feeds my soul. Great books battleproof my hope. Rich conversations magnify my creativity. Wonderful music uplifts my heart. Beautiful sights fortify my spirit. And all it takes is a single morning filled with positivity to deliver a monumental download of inventive ideas that elevate an entire generation, you know.”


37. “Its purpose is self-renewal, and this is accomplished by spending time alone, immersed in the beautiful blanket of silence.”


38. “Hard times only feel bad. In truth, they serve us so very well. They make us tougher. They connect us to our dormant potential. Yes, they make us feel uncomfortable. Yes, they create confusion within our minds and provoke fear within our hearts. But the reality of the matter is that the conditions that challenge us the most are the very conditions that lead to our greatest growth. And to our most fulfilling achievements.”


39. “Y en lo que respecta a las relaciones, solo me rodeo de seres humanos que estimulen mi alegría, que me den paz y me animen a ser un hombre mejor. La vida es demasiado valiosa como para malgastarla con gente que no te entiende.”


40. “Rather than taking from the world, make it your consistent enthusiasm to give to the world. And to behave in a way that serves all citizens.”


41. “To achieve the impossible, you need to first develop the mindset that it’s probable. Please don’t allow the current limits of your life define your future reality”


42. “The best, in any endeavor, appreciate the fact that your good name is branded onto every piece of work that you release. And they get that you can’t put a price tag on people saying superb things about you.”


43. “If you just keep doing your best and letting life do the rest, accepting whatever comes, with the knowledge that it's for your highest good, life will work out wonderfully. Better than expected, actually.”


44. “É fundamental divertires-te, enquanto percorres o caminho em direção aos teus objetivos. Nunca te esqueças do quão importante é viver com entusiasmo desenfreado. Nunca deixes de ver a beleza extraordinária de todos os seres vivos. Todas as experiências constituem lições, portanto, para de dar importância a coisas menores. Aproveita a tua vida!”


45. “As Woodrow Wilson said, “You are not here to merely make a living. You are here in order to enable the world to live more amply, with greater vision, with a finer spirit of hope and achievement. You are here to enrich the world, and you impoverish yourself if you forget the errand.”


46. “No son solo nuestros padres los responsables de que casi todo el mundo tenga una programación limitada en su mente y que la aplique durante las mejores horas de sus valiosos días. Como ya he apuntado, muchos profesores, bien intencionados pero poco conscientes, refuerzan la idea de que la expresión del genio en las artes, las ciencias, los deportes o las humanidades está reservada a gente «especial» y que tenemos que aceptar que nosotros somos personas «corrientes», incapaces de llevar a cabo ese trabajo imponente que deja sin aliento a los demás por su excelencia y que da lugar a una vida inimitable. Y, asimismo, escuchamos los comentarios de nuestros amigos y los incesantes mensajes de los medios de comunicación que refuerzan la misma idea. En resumen, este proceso deriva en una hipnosis sistemática y, sin que nos demos cuenta, lo que una vez fue una centelleante expresión de genialidad en nuestro interior va atenuándose. Y las que fueran apasionadas voces que llamaban a aprovechar las oportunidades van languideciendo. Tendemos a minimizar nuestras potencialidades y entramos en un proceso en el que renegamos de obrar a lo grande y tendemos a construir prisiones para nuestras capacidades. Y es un proceso que durará toda la vida. Dejamos así de actuar como líderes y generadores de creatividad y posibilidades. Y empezamos a actuar como víctimas.”


47. “July 25 Suffering in life is really nothing more than the difference between the way things are and the way you imagine they should be. If you can come to accept the blessings of your present reality without always feeling that your life is hollow as compared to the lives of others, you will have taken a quantum leap toward becoming a happier, more peaceful person.”


48. “It is not the critic who counts, not the man who points out how the strong man stumbled, or where the doer of deeds could have done better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly, who errs and comes short again and again, who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions, and spends himself in a worthy cause, who at best knows in the end the triumphs of high achievement and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat.”


49. “my opinion, setting clearly defined goals for all the areas of your life works for three reasons. First, it restores a sense of focus in your world, a world that has become complicated by too many options. In this age we live in, there are simply far too many things to do at any given time. There are too many distractions that compete for our attention. Goals clarify our desires and, in doing so, help us to focus on only those activities that will lead us to what we want.”


50. “Perhaps I lost sight of my dreams when I became an adult and resigned myself to acting the way adults were supposed to act.”


51. “I will persist until I succeed. I was not delivered into this world into defeat, nor does failure course my veins. I am not a sheep waiting to be prodded by my shepherd. I am a lion, and I refuse to talk, walk, and to sleep with the sheep. I will persist until I succeed.”


52. “A.A. Milne’s Winnie-the-Pooh: “If you live to be a hundred, I want to live to be a hundred minus one day so I never have to live without you.”


53. “The days come and go like muffled and veiled figures sent from a distant friendly party but they say nothing. And if we do not use the gifts they bring, they carry them”


54. “Jonas Salk lo dijo mejor cuando escribió: «He tenido sueños y he tenido pesadillas. Superé mis pesadillas gracias a mis sueños»”


55. “Anyway, let me simply say that the place where your greatest discomfort lies is also the spot where your largest opportunity lives.”


56. “No confíes en tus detractores. No prestes atención a quienes te subestiman. Ignora a los que te desaniman. Ellos no saben las maravillas que hay dentro de ti.”


57. “Me gustaba la definición de la locura que hizo Einstein: «Hacer las mismas cosas y esperar resultados diferentes».”


58. “Leadership requires great courage. It is tough to leave the gravitational pull of the crowd around us. It is tough to take the road less traveled when everyone urges you to be like everyone else. It is tough to create your life on your own terms when others are telling you how your life should be created. But nothing will fill your heart with a greater sense of regret than lying on your deathbed knowing that you did not live your life and do your dreams.”


59. “Everyone thinks of changing the world but no one thinks of changing himself.’ Become a bigger person and you’ll also automatically become a better leader”


60. “No planificasteis que cada día tuviera que parecer el mismo, ¿verdad? Que estaríais en un trabajo que asfixia vuestra alma. Tratando con preocupaciones estresantes y con responsabilidades interminables que sofocan vuestra originalidad y que os roban la energía. Codiciando deseos sin importancia y queriendo satisfacer instantáneamente necesidades triviales, a menudo generadas por una tecnología que nos esclaviza en lugar de liberarnos. Viviendo la misma semana miles de veces y llamando a eso vida.”


61. “vive tu vida con excelencia. La vida es demasiado corta para que no te trates de la forma más extraordinaria posible. Y, al cuidarte mejor, tus relaciones con los demás, con tu trabajo, con el dinero y con el mundo serán mejores, ya que tu relación con todo lo exterior no puede sino ser un reflejo de la relación que tienes contigo mismo.”


62. “It’s easy to get angry when someone disagrees with you. It’s easy to complain or condemn or take the path of least resistance. What takes guts is to stand for something higher, to behave greater and to be of service to others. Like Mandela. Like Gandhi. Like King. Heroes of mine. I wish I could be one-quarter as good as them.”


63. “It is only when you have mastered the art of loving yourself that you can truly love others. It’s only when you have opened your own heart that you can touch the hearts of others. When you feel centered and alive, you are in a much better position to be a better person.”


64. “there are three mirrors that form a person’s reflection; the first is how you see yourself, the second is how others see you and the third mirror reflects the truth.”


65. “If a man is called to be a street sweeper, he should sweep streets as Michelangelo painted or Beethoven composed music, or Shakespeare poetry. He should sweep streets so well that all the hosts of heaven and earth will pause to say, “Here lived a great street sweeper who did his job well.”


66. “She had so many things to be grateful for: two eyes to see the splendors of this wonderful world, two legs to explore it all, food on her table each night at a time when billions have empty bellies. And a roof over her head for ample shelter. She had wise books to read in her library, work that fed her creativity and, as the billionaire said so often, an opportunity to achieve outright mastery not only to benefit herself but also in service of society. And”


67. “one must not allow the clock and the calender to blind him to the fact that each moment of life is a miracle --and mystery”


68. “To double your income and success, triple your investment in personal development and professional mastery.” – Robin Sharma


69. “Most people believe that it takes months and years to transform their lives. Actually, you can literally change your life in an instant by making a single decision never to go back to the way you have been living—no matter what. What takes months, years and sometimes decades is the maintenance required to live by that decision.”


70. “Every second you spend thinking about what you don't want in your life is a second denying focus and energy from getting what you do want. Every minute you worry about what's not working is a minute drawn away from creating what will work. And every hour spent reflecting on the disappointments of the past is an hour stolen from seeing the possibilities that your future holds.”


71. “Every time you fail to do the right thing, you fuel the habit of doing the wrong thing. Every time you do not tell the truth, you feed the habit of being untruthful.”


72. “John: Fear is nothing more than a negative stream of consciousness? I like that. You mean all my fears are nothing more than imaginary little gremlins that have crept into my mind over the years?


73. “Investing in yourself is the best investment you will ever make. It will not only improve your life, it will improve the lives of all those around you.”


74. “They are blocking the enormous potential of their minds to work magic and deliver into their lives all that they want, emotionally, physically and, yes, even spiritually. These people never realize that mind management is the essence of life management.”


75. “Si sentís que vuestras vidas son un desastre en este momento es solo porque vuestros miedos son un poco más fuertes que vuestra esperanza.”


76. “It is only when you have mastered the art of loving yourself that you can truly love others. It's only when you have opened your own heart that you can touch the hearts of others. When you feel centered and alive, you are in much better position to be a better person.”


77. “I’m getting why Steve Jobs didn’t give his kids the very things he sold to the world. He understood how addictive they could be, if improperly used. And how they could make us less human and less alive.”


78. “work harder to produce better’—is seriously flawed. It isn’t sustainable. It just leads to burnout. Exhaustion.”


79. “This can be your year. No, let me rephrase that: this will be your year. The year you reveal your brilliance. The year you get into world-class health. The year you fall madly in love with life. And make each one of your moments works of art. Keep shining.”


80. “The most important initial ingredients of self-mastery and a life of excellence are discipline and will-power.” – Robin Sharma


81. “You empower everything you complain about. You strengthen the negative things you speak of. And you energize the problems you vocalize.”


82. “Vincent van Gogh said: ‘For my part I know nothing with any certainty, but the sight of the stars makes me dream.”


83. “cumplir sus promesas, escuchar atentamente, ser siempre compasivos, y por último aunque tal vez sea lo más importante, decir la verdad.”


84. “Mnogi neprestano optužuju druge za sve što nije dobro u njihovim životima. Supružnike optužujemo za nezadovoljstvo u obitelji; šefove optužujemo za teškoće na radnom mjestu; neznance na autocesti optužujemo da su nas naljutili; roditelje optužujemo jer smo se uz njih osjećali nevažnima. Optužujemo, optužujemo, optužujemo, optužujemo. Ali, optuživanje nije ništa drugo doli opravdavanje samoga sebe. Optuživanje drugih za kvalitetu vlastitoga života bijedan je način življenja. Tako samo izigravaš žrtvu.”


85. “Your thoughts form your world. What you focus on in your life grows, what you think about expands and what you dwell on determines your destiny. Life is a self-fulfilling prophecy.”


86. “Cut back on your rent or cut back on what you spend on food but never worry about investing money in a good book.”


87. “our vision will become clear only when you can look into your heart. who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside awakens”


88. “We not only possess the ability to think, we also carry a precious capacity to feel. It’s simply not possible to step into your highest knowledge, experience intimacy with your hidden powers, accomplish spellbinding results and experience sustained gratitude, awe and wonder if you only live in your head.”


89. “Enfrentándoos a las cosas que os asustan es el modo de reclamar un poder que habíais olvidado. Y un modo de recuperar la inocencia y el asombro que perdisteis tras vuestra infancia.”


90. “However, just like this cup, you seem to be full of your own ideas. And how can any more go in . . . until you first empty your cup?”


91. “Generally the things that we value most when we are in our twenties, thirties and forties become the things we value least at the end of our lives. And all those things that so many among us currently value least, like deep human connections, random acts of kindness, being in superb physical condition, devoting ourselves to excellence in our work, creating a legacy and carving out time each day to work on ourselves so that the best within us shines, will—in the end—reveal themselves to be most valuable.”


92. “It’s not what you will get out of the books that are so enriching, it is what the books will get out of you that will ultimately change your life.”


93. “Life will support you perfectly in this quest. You will be sent people, events and trials that will invite you to reveal more of your brilliance and discover more of your possibilities.”


94. “Life’s all about balance. And one of the most vital of all balance points is the one involving freedom and responsibility.”


95. “Invest in the finest books you can buy, and you’ll be rewarded in multiples. Eat fantastic food of the highest caliber, even if all you can currently afford is an excellent starter salad at a luxurious local restaurant.”


96. “That’s what unconditional love is all about—being an encourager of people’s passions, loves, and dreams—even if you don’t agree with them.”


97. “I don’t think about what I’ll get from someone else. Instead, all I care about is what I can give. And that, my friend, has made me a very happy man.”


98. “Tu entorno moldea realmente aquello que percibes, haces y te inspira. El arte alimenta mi alma. Los buenos libros blindan mi esperanza. Las conversaciones profundas aumentan mi creatividad. La música deliciosa eleva mi corazón. Las vistas hermosas fortalecen mi espíritu.”


99. “The highest of all human abilities is the ability each one of us has to choose how we respond to the environment we find ourselves within.”


100. “The people who get on in life are those who dream big dreams and then take whatever risks are necessary to bring their vision to life. They face their fears directly, get into the game and live their days with courage. They break through their fear doors, no matter how scared they feel. It’s better to be a lion for a day than a sheep all your life.”


101. “As we leave our comfort zones, the ancient brain gets triggered. As we raise our expertise and lift our influence, it gets frightened by the change.”


102. “getting lost along your path is a part of finding the path you’re meant to be on. Sometimes we need to get off track before we can develop the clarity to be on track.”


103. “I’ll make you this promise: on your deathbed, in the twilight of your life, it will not be all the risks you took that you will regret the most. Rather, what will fill your heart with the greatest amount of regret and sadness will be all those risks that you did not take, all those opportunities you did not seize and all those fears you did not face.”


104. “puso nuestro talento natural al servicio de una orgía de complejidad, superficialidad y distracciones tecnológicas.”


105. “What the society thinks is of no interest to me. All that's important is how I see myself. I know who who I am. I know the value of my work.”


106. “Titles don’t interest me at all. Doing my best work is all that matters to me. And I don’t need to have any formal authority to do that.”


107. “Success cannot be pursued; success ensues. It flows as the unintended byproduct of efforts concentrated in the direction of a worthy cause.”


108. “They may be smarter than you. They may have more money than you. They may come from a different city or a better family. But they can NEVER outwork you. And they can NEVER out prepare you. And they just can’t out practice you. And that’s why you’ll win.” – Robin Sharma


109. “One of the lessons I have learned in my own life is that if you don’t act on life, life has a habit of acting on you. The days slip into weeks, the weeks slip into months and the months slip into years. Pretty soon it’s all over and you are left with nothing more than a heart filled with regret over a life half lived.”


110. “Mis empresas solo ofrecen servicios que enriquezcan a nuestros clientes desde un punto de vista ético, que ofrezcan una experiencia espectacular al usuario y que creen seguidores fanáticos que no puedan imaginarse hacer negocios con otra cosa.”


111. “create a private life strong in ethics, rich with marvelous beauty and unyielding when it comes to the protection of your inner peace.”


112. Art feeds my soul. Great books battleproof my hope. Rich conversations magnify my creativity. Wonderful music uplifts my heart. Beautiful sights fortify my spirit.


113. “Never forget that is the quality and not the quantity of sleep that is important. It is better to have six hours of uninterrupted deep sleep than even ten hours of disturbed sleep.”


114. “No existe el caos en el universo. Todo tiene su razón de ser, todo lo que te haya pasado o haya de pasarte. Recuerda lo que dije, John: cada experiencia conlleva una lección que aprender. Así que no insistas en lo secundario. Disfruta de la vida.”


115. “Every event has a purpose and every setback its lesson. I have realized that failure, whether of the personal, professional or even spiritual”


116. “Too many parents are living day-to-day with no sense of direction in their lives. Rather than living their lives by choice, they live their lives by chance, hoping that everything will work out fine.”


117. “Those people who think the same thoughts every day, most of them negative, have fallen into bad mental habits. Rather than focusing on all the good in their lives and thinking of ways to make things even better, they are captives of their pasts. Some of them worry about failed relationships or financial problems. Others fret over their less-than-perfect childhoods. Still others brood over more trifling”


118. “Act as if failure is impossible, and your success will be assured. Wipe out every thought of not achieving your objectives, whether they are material or spiritual.”


119. “Because the moment you stop doing the very things that got you to the top of the mountain is the very moment you begin the slid down to the valley.”


120. “La verdad es que cada reto al que os habéis enfrentado, cada persona tóxica con la que os habéis cruzado y todas las dificultades que habéis sobrellevado han sido la preparación perfecta para convertiros en las personas que sois ahora. Necesitabais estas lecciones para activar las riquezas, los talentos y los poderes que ahora se están despertando en vosotros. Nada ha sido un accidente.”


121. Limitation is nothing more than a mentality that too many good people practice daily until they believe it’s reality.


122. “escondida en mí que pedía a gritos ser liberada y realizada. Lo que quiero decir es que todos tenemos cosas especiales que estamos destinados a”


123. “Shake up your life a bit. Get rid of the cobwebs. Take the road less traveled. Most people live within the confines of their comfort zone. Yogi Raman was the first person to explain to me that the best thing you can do for yourself is regularly move beyond it.”


124. “The greatest things in life all require commitment, sacrifice, some struggle and hardship. It’s not easy. But absolutely worth it.”


125. “Deep within man dwell those slumbering powers; powers that would astonish him, that he never dreamed of possessing; forces that would revolutionize his life if aroused and put into action. Orison Sweet Marden”


126. “Failure’s is nothing more than the inevitable outcome of a few small acts of daily neglect performed consistently over time so that they take you past the point of no return”


127. “La preocupación priva a la mente de gran parte de su poder y, antes o después, acaba dañando el alma. »Para vivir una vida de máxima plenitud hay que montar guardia y dejar que entre en tu jardín sólo la información más selecta.”


128. “Simplify. Streamline everything. Become a purist. Less really is more. Concentrate on just a few work projects so you make them amazing versus diluting your attention on too many. And socially, have fewer friends but go deep with them so the relationship is rich. Accept fewer invitations, major in fewer leisure activities and study, then master, a smaller number of books versus skimming many. An intense concentration only on what matters most is how the pros realize victory. Simplify. Simplify. Simplify.”


129. “There is nothing noble about being superior to some other person. The true nobility lies in being superior to your previous self.”


130. “Those who have never been exposed to the principle that ‘time mastery is life mastery’ will never realize their enormous human potential.”


131. “The great saints, sages and spiritual geniuses all understood that a main aim on the path to awakening was to stand in any mess that life sends and remain contented, courageous, serene and free. To stay tranquil while all appears to be falling apart. To construct an inner axis of power so strong, and yet so flexible, that nothing on the outside could shake its roots. Imagine this: making an interior life that stays graceful, quiet and grateful, regardless of what is happening outside of you. To have your strength depend not on worldly stability but upon your primal heroism”


132. “The 66 Day Minimum. Sixty-six days of training to make a new habit yours. So, don’t quit after a few days, or a few weeks, or even after two months. As it relates to becoming a member of The 5 AM Club, stick with your self-promise for at least sixty-six days. No matter what. Do this one thing and the remainder of your life will be exponentially better. This I promise you from my heart,”


133. “The more you recover your authentic self, the more your destiny will unfold before your eyes. Just keep doing your inner work - that's the most essential thing.”


134. “All that truly counts is whether you grew into all you could have been and whether you showed leadership by using your potential to positively contribute to the lives of other human beings. And it all begins within. So your absolute best can shine.”


135. “Working on our Mindset yet neglecting our Heartset is also the primary reason most learning—whether through books, digital training or live conferences—doesn’t last. We get the information at a cognitive level, but don’t integrate it as an emotional knowing in the body. So it doesn’t stick. This means our weaker habits and limiting behaviors stay in place because of our inability to embrace the ideas as a felt truthdue to the blockages within our Heartset.”


136. “Conflict is nothing more than an opportunity for greater growth and a deeper personal connection. Every conflict carries within it a chance for you to learn a powerful lesson and to grow as a human being (in your understanding and awareness and perspective). And every conflict, whether with a loved one or a customer, is a gorgeous opportunity to forge an even closer bond with them. By turning their dissatisfaction into a wow for both of you. So don’t run from conflict. Don’t send the email when you know you need to speak some truth face to face. Leadership is about balancing compassion with courage. And though it can feel so messy, in truth it’s a gift. Embrace it. Relish the potential it carries. Celebrate it. It can serve you so well.”


137. “is important to remember that just as our words are our thoughts verbalized, so our deeds are our beliefs actualized. No action, no matter how small, is insignificant—how we treat someone defines how we treat everyone, including ourselves. If we disrespect another, we disrespect ourselves. If we are mistrustful of others, we are distrustful of ourselves. If we are cruel to another, we will be cruel to ourselves. If we can't appreciate those around us, we won't appreciate ourselves. With every person we engage, in everything we do, we must be kinder than expected, more generous than anticipated, more positive than we thought possible. Every moment in front of another human being is an opportunity to express our highest values and to influence someone with our humanity. We can make the world better, one person at a time. There”


138. “Every being on this Earth, every object on this Earth has a soul. All souls flow into one, this is the Soul of the Universe. You see, John, when you nourish your own mind and your own spirit, you are really feeding the Soul of the Universe. When you improve yourself, you are improving the lives of all those around you. And when you have the courage to advance confidently in the direction of your dreams, you begin to draw upon the power of the universe. As I told you earlier, life gives you what you ask of it. It is always listening.”


139. “There is nothing noble about being superior to some other person. True nobility lies in being superior to your former self”


140. “People really do reveal their deepest beliefs by their daily behaviors. And their sabotaging wounds via their spoken words.”


141. “Be more loving. Great teams are built by authentic leaders who are not afraid to speak truthfully and show kindness. This is not a sign of weakness, it is a sign of strength.”


142. “Obstacles are nothing more than tests designed to measure how seriously you want the rewards that your ambitions seek.”


143. “One must not allow the clock and the calendar to blind him to the fact that each moment of life is a miracle — and a mystery.”


144. “When you form the habit of searching for the positive in every circumstance, your life will move into its highest dimensions. This is one of the greatest of all the natural laws.”


145. “We walk this planet for such a short time. In the overall scheme of things, our lives are mere blips on the canvas of eternity. So have the wisdom to enjoy the journey and savor the process.”


146. “Siempre había querido tener a alguien especial con quien compartir sus alegrías y sus éxitos y siempre había deseado equilibrar su ambición con su sueño de tener una familia.”


147. Elite producers and everyday heroes understand that what you do each day matters far more than what you do once in a while.


148. “Nearly every morning, I envision my ideal performance for the day ahead. I also reach deep into my emotions so I feel what it will feel like when I achieve the wins I’ve planned to accomplish. I lock myself into an extremely confident state where any form of failure isn’t within the realm of possibility. Then I go out and do my finest to live out that perfect day.”


149. “Ključ je u učenju iz grešaka i građenju temelja mudrosti. Sjedini odgovornost s praštanjem. Ključ je i u trčanju ka najvećim strahovima, ume- sto od njih, zato što najveći životni dometi leže iza najvećih strahova. Ako ne budeš trčao u susret strahovima, nikada nećeš spoznati slobodu. Sloboda živi s one strane strahova. Koliko često se ljudi uplaše?”


150. “you will never be able to hit a target that you cannot see. People spend their whole lives dreaming of becoming happier, living with more vitality and having an abundance of passion. Yet they do not see the importance of taking even ten minutes a month to write out their goals and to think deeply about the meaning of their lives, their Dharma”


151. “Close all your escape routes, burn all your plan B’s and get busy doing that dream that only oyou were built to do.” – Robin Sharma


152. “The 7 Timeless Virtues of Enlightened Living Virtue Symbol 1 Master Your Mind The Magnificent Garden 2 Follow Your Purpose The Towering Lighthouse 3 Practice Kaizen The Sumo Wrestler 4 Live with Discipline The Pink Wire Cable 5 Respect Your Time The Gold Stopwatch 6 Selflessly Serve Others The Fragrant Roses 7 Embrace the Present The Path of Diamonds”


153. “The only limits on your life are those that you set yourself. When you dare to get out of your circle of comfort and explore the unknown, you start to liberate your true human potential.”


154. “If you want to have the results only 5% have, you must be willing to do and think like only 5% do and think.” Robin Sharma


155. “You need not change your world in a day. Start off small. The thousand-mile journey begins by taking that first step. We grow great by degrees. Small daily steps lead to stunning results over time.”


156. “Pero cuando encuentras tu verdadero objetivo, la vida se vuelve más fácil y gratificante. Cuando averigües cuál es realmente tu destino, ya no tendrás que trabajar ni un solo día más.”


157. “The beautiful thing is that you can change your self-image, just like you can change everything else in your life if it is not serving to enhance it.”


158. “Heaven on Earth isn’t some mystical, spiritual place to aspire to. It’s not some realm reserved only for saints, seers and sages. Not at all. I’ve discovered—and boy, have I led a colorful, intense life all these years—that Heaven on Earth is a state, that anyone can create.”


159. “Most people are always running toward this fantasyland that they think will solve all their problems and fill them up with joy. They tell themselves, ‘Once I achieve this or that, I’ll be happy.’ But I believe that happiness isn’t a place you get to—it’s an inner state you create. Anyone can be happy—it’s available to everyone and is available right now. We just need to stop and pay more attention to the treasures that already surround us.”


160. “The more value you create for others, the more your life will work. Commit yourself to doing good. To get more from life, you must give more to life.”


161. “In a culture of cyber-zombies, addicted to distraction and afflicted with interruption, the wisest way to guarantee that you consistently produce mastery-level results in the most important areas of your professional and personal life is to install a world-class morning routine. Winning starts at your beginning. And your first hours are when heroes are made. Wage a war against weakness and launch a campaign against fearfulness. You truly can get up early. And doing so is a necessity in your awesome pursuit toward legendary. Take excellent care of the front end of your day, and the rest of your day will pretty much take care of itself. Own your morning. Elevate your life.”


162. “Las ideas no valen nada si no van acompañadas por una puesta en práctica. El paso más pequeño para implementarlas tiene más valor que la mayor de las intenciones. Y si ser una persona maravillosa y tener una vida legendaria fuera fácil, todo el mundo lo conseguiría.”


163. “an organization that has a culture where everyone’s afraid to speak candidly is a place where people live amid delusion and fantasy”


164. “There is an ancient saying in India: ‘We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience.’ I now understand my role in the universe. I see what I am. I’m no longer in the world. The world is in me.”


165. “of your own, I respectfully offer the following words of Rainer Maria Rilke, which have helped me greatly when life throws one of its curves my way: …have patience with everything that remains unsolved in your heart. Try to love the questions themselves, like locked rooms and like books written in a foreign language. Do not now look for the answers. They cannot now be given to you because you could not live them. It is a question of experiencing everything. At present, you need to live the question. Perhaps you will gradually, without even noticing it, find yourself experiencing the answer, some distant day.”


166. “A caterpillar cannot remain in the cocoon forever. A butterfly must emerge when the time is right. Just trust in nature’s timing; it’s not on the same clock as you. Remember that always. Your pain will pass—it always does.”


167. “La señora Greenaway me enseñó que todo ser humano nace con algún tipo de talento. Me explicó que a cada persona se le puede dar muy bien una cosa y que nacemos con puntos fuertes particulares, capacidades extraordinarias y virtudes muy dignas. Me dijo que si recordaba esto, trabajaba muy duro y era fiel a mí mismo, me pasarían cosas”


168. “I heard a man say he needed to lose weight before he could start running. Imagine that. Lose the weight so he could initiate the running habit. That’s like a writer who waits for inspiration to begin the book, or the manager who waits for a promotion to lead the field, or a startup that waits for full funding before launching a status quo–disrupting product. The flow of life rewards positive action and punishes hesitation.”


169. “Son, when you were born, you cried while the world rejoiced. Live your life in such a way that when you die the world cries while you rejoice.”


170. “Life change takes time, effort and patience. But the results you will receive make the initial stress you experience more than worth it.”


171. “Living the same week a few thousand times and calling it a life. I need to tell you that too many among us die at thirty and are buried at eighty. So, I do get you. You hoped things would be different. More interesting. More exciting. More fulfilling, special and magical.”


172. “The best among us are not more gifted than the rest. They just take small steps each day as they march towards their biggest life.”


173. “The starting point of enlightenment, a goal that every person should strive for, is inner leadership. Leadership is far more than something businesspeople do at work. Leadership is all about personal responsibility, self-discovery, and creating value in the world by the people we become. Too many people spend their time blaming others for all that isn’t working in their lives. We blame our spouses for our unhappy home lives; we blame our bosses for our distress at work; we blame strangers on the freeway for making us angry; we blame our parents for keeping us small. Blame, blame, blame, blame. But blaming others is nothing more than excusing yourself. Blaming others for the current quality of your life is a sad way to live. In doing so, all you’re doing is playing the victim.”


174. “All successful people have come to realize that your thoughts form your world and you truly cannot afford the luxury of even one negative thought.” – Robin Sharma


175. “It is not because things are difficult that we do not dare; it is because we do not dare that things are difficult.”


176. “Please remember that great companies and wonderful lives don’t happen by sudden revolution. Nope. They materialize via incremental evolution. Tiny, daily wins and iterations stack into outcomes of excellence, over the long-term.”


177. “For your life to be great, your faith must be bigger than your fears. It’s only when you have faith in the fact that, as you say, the universe is a friendly place and it’s bigger than the fears that have limited you—only then will your brightest life come calling.”


178. “We adopt the paradigm of a victim. We make excuses and then recite them so many times we train our subconscious mind to think they are true. We blame other people and outer conditions for our struggles, and we condemn past events for our private wars. We grow cynical and lose the curiosity, wonder, compassion and innocence we knew as kids.”


179. “Sure I am that this day we are masters of our fate, that the task which has been set before us is not above our strengths; that its pangs and toils are not beyond my endurance. As long as we have faith in our own cause and an unconquerable will to win, victory will not be denied us. Winston Churchill”


180. “You will always feel a little discomfort when you are installing a new habit. It’s sort of like breaking in a new pair of shoes—at first it’s a little hard to wear them but soon they fit like a glove. The best amongst us get comfortable being uncomfortable.”


181. “you stop judging events as either positive or negative. Rather, simply experience them, celebrate them and learn from them.”


182. “So take the time to think. Discover your real reason for being here and then have the courage to act on it.” – Robin S. Sharma


183. “Laughter opens your heart and soothes your soul. No one should ever take life so seriously that they forget to laugh at themselves.”


184. “hay errores en la vida, sólo lecciones. No existe una experiencia negativa, sino sólo oportunidades que hay que aprovechar para avanzar por el camino del autodominio. De la lucha surge la fuerza. Incluso el dolor puede ser muy buen maestro.»”


185. “World-class begins where your comfort zone ends is a rule the successful, the influential and the happiest always remember.”


186. What the society thinks is of no interest to me. All that’s important is how I see myself. I know who who I am. I know the value of my work.


187. “To persist in the instant when you feel like giving up is to claim your membership among the great warriors and honorable characters who led humanity to a better place through their earned invincibility.”


188. “medicated myself with too much TV, too much food, and too much worry—all designed to avoid having to feel the pain that one feels at the recognition of one’s lost potential.”


189. “Failure is not having the courage to try, nothing more and nothing less. The only thing standing between most people and their dreams is the fear of failure. Yet failure is essential to success in any endeavor. Failure tests us and allows us to grow. It offers us lessons and guides us along the path of enlightenment.”


190. “leadership means taking personal responsibility for results. Leadership means you get things done. Leadership means you keep your promises.”


191. “Would it surprise you to know that I have clearly defined objectives with respect to the peace of mind I desire, the energy I bring to each day and the love that I offer to all those around me? Goal-setting”


192. “for it whatever I can. I want to be thoroughly used up when I die. For the harder I work, the more I live. I rejoice in life for its own sake. Life is no brief candle to me. It’s a sort of splendid torch which I’ve got to hold up for the moment and I want to make it burn as brightly as possible before handing it on to future generations.”


193. “mind cannot tell the difference between an image that we envision and one that is real. So this little technique actually fools it into thinking we are taking this quick break from our daily routines”


194. “One of the saddest things in life is to get to the end and look back in regret, knowing that you could have been, done, and had so much more.”


195. “By devoting yourself to continuous improvement and excellence in minor ways each day, your life really can transform. To”


196. “No matter what happens to you in your life, you alone have the capacity to choose your response to it. When you form the habit of searching for the positive in every circumstance, your life will move into its highest dimensions. This is one of the greatest of all the natural laws.”


197. “No matter what happens to you in your life, you alone have the capacity to choose your response to it. When you form the habit of searching for the positive in every circumstance, your life will move into its highest dimensions.”


198. “En una cultura de zombis cibernéticos adictos a la distracción y afligidos por la interrupción, el modo más sabio de garantizar la producción de resultados del más alto nivel en las áreas más importantes de vuestra vida profesional y personal es establecer una rutina matinal de gran calidad. La victoria comienza en vuestro principio. Y vuestras primeras horas son el momento en que se forjan los héroes.”


199. “You sow a thought, you reap an action. Reap an action, you sow a habit. Sow a habit, you reap a character. Sow a character, you reap your destiny.”


200. “Time slips through our hands like grains of sand, never to return again. Those who use time wisely from an early age are rewarded with rich, productive and satisfying lives.”


201. “I’ve learned about leadership is that leaders are those individuals who do the things that failures aren’t willing to do—even though they might not like doing them either. They have the discipline to do what they know to be important—and right—versus what’s easy and fun.”


202. “There are no mistakes in life, only lessons. There is no such thing as a negative experience, only opprtunities to grow, learn and advance along the road of self-mastery. From struggle comes strength. Even pain can be a wonderful teacher.”


203. “el éxito se crea mediante la realización de pequeñas disciplinas cotidianas que van amontonándose con el tiempo y producen logros que superan con mucho cualquier cosa que pudieras haber planeado.”


204. “Success on the outside means nothing unless you also have success within. There is a huge difference between well-being and being well-off. Self-mastery and the consistent care of one's mind, body and soul are essential to finding one's highest self and living the life of one's dreams. How can you care for others if you cannot even care for yourself? How can you do good if you don't even feel good? I can't love you if I cannot love myself.”


205. The richest person in the world, I’ve since discovered, isn’t the person who has the most but the one who needs the least.


206. “Llegar a tu último día y descubrir que podías haber sido un líder y transformar el mundo en un lugar mejor. Pero te negaste a aceptar esa misión porque te dio miedo. Así que fracasaste. Y desperdiciaste”


207. “Art feeds my soul. Great books battleproof my hope. Rich conversations magnify my creativity. Wonderful music uplifts my heart. Beautiful sights fortify my spirit.”


208. “most of us share the same fears: a fear of rejection, a fear of failure, a fear of not being good enough, a fear of being alone, a fear of losing control and a fear of success.”


209. “And then it happened. This massive heart attack that brought the brilliant Julian Mantle back down to earth and reconnected him to his mortality. Right in the middle of courtroom number seven on a Monday morning, the same courtroom where we had won the Mother of All Murder Trials.”


210. “There are no extra people alive today. Every single one of us is here for a reason, a special purpose—a mission. Yes, build a beautiful life for yourself and those you love. Yes, be happy and have a lot of fun. And yes, become successful, on your own terms rather than on those suggested to you by society. But—above all else—be significant. Make your life matter. Be of use. And be of service to as many people as possible. This is how each of us can shift from the realm of the ordinary into the heights of the extraordinary. And walk among the best who have ever lived. "It”


211. “Simply remember that no matter what your position within any organization and no matter how old you are or where you live throughout the world, you have the power to show leadership. And no one and nothing can ever deny you that. But it’s totally your responsibility to activate that power.”


212. “Llegar a tu último día sabiendo que has vivido la vida que la sociedad te enseñó a desear y no la vida que verdaderamente querías.”


213. “The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion.”


214. “Every moment spent worrying about ‘the way things were’ is a moment stolen from creating ‘the way things can be’.” – Robin Sharma


215. “No. Genius has far less to do with your genetics and much more to do with your habits. Stepping into the person you’ve always imagined you could be is a trained result—available to anyone willing to open themselves up, do the work and run the practices that make magic real.”


216. “That pleasure is preferable to the terrifying yet majestic fact that all possibility requires hard work, regular reinvention and a dedication as deep as the sea to leaving our harbors of safety, daily. I believe that the seduction of complacency and an easy life is one hundred times more brutal, ultimately, than a life where you go all in an take an unconquerable stand for your brightest dreams. 'World-class begins where your comfort zone ends' is a rule the successful, the influential and the happiest always remember.”


217. “When you form the habit of searching for the positive in every circumstance, your life will move into its highest dimensions.”


218. “More and more of this hunger you have comes from deeper feelings of scarcity. And a lot of this is stemming from the workings of your ancient brain. It’s scanning your environment and the negativity bias is being activated, preventing you from enjoying all the good you have.”


219. “As Helen Keller said, “No pessimist ever discovered the secrets of the stars, or sailed to an uncharted land, or opened a new heaven to the human spirit.”


220. “Be patient and live with the knowledge that all you are searching for is certain to come if you prepare for it and expect it.”


221. “If you have suffered more than your fair share of difficulties in life, perhaps you are being prepared to serve some greater purpose that will require you to be equipped with the wisdom you have acquired through your trials.”


222. “When you are doing the right things and living the way nature intended you to live, abilities you were not aware you had become engaged and you liberate the fullness of the person you really are.”


223. “All progress comes from unreasonable people, people who follow their hearts and the instructions of their consciences rather than the commands of the crowd. All progress has come from risk-takers and men and women who were willing to visit the places that scared them. Greatness arrives once you refuse to buy into what others see as impossible.”


224. “The beliefs that disturb you, the feelings that threaten you, the projects that unnerve you and the unfoldments of your talents that the insecure part of you is resisting are precisely where you need to go to.”


225. “How can you care for others if you cannot even care for yourself? How can you do good if you don’t even feel good?”


226. “There is nothing noble about being superior to some other person. True nobility lies in being superior to your former self All I’m really.”


227. “in this age of great ambiguity and relentless change, so many people cut “ethical corners”. Too many people think that dishonesty will get them ahead.”


228. “Eventually I grew into a man who spent money I didn’t have, buying things I didn’t need to impress people I didn’t like. What a poor way to live.”


229. “materialize miracles in the world are your thoughts, your feelings, your words and your deeds. Exercise your mind to think only thoughts that serve your ascent to mastery and happiness. Sit regularly in feelings of gratitude, positive expectancy and love for all that you have in your life. Speak only the words of upliftment, abundance and encouragement”


230. “If you really loved yourself, you’d relinquish all your feelings of not being good enough to be great and renounce all slavery to your weakness.”


231. “Only the mediocre die always at their best. Real leaders are always improving—and raising their bar on how superbly they can perform and how quickly they can move. —JEAN GIRAUDOUX”


232. “Arthur Schopenhauer: «Todo el mundo toma los límites de su propia visión para hallar los límites de mundo. Unos pocos no. Únete a ellos».”


233. “From today onwards, take complete control of your life. Decide, once and for all, to be the master of your fate. Run your own race. Discover your calling and you will start to experience the ecstasy of an inspired life.”


234. “Act as if failure is impossible, and your success will be assured. Wipe out every thought of not achieving your objectives, whether they are material or spiritual. Be brave, and set no limits on the workings of your imagination. Never be a prisoner of your past. Become the architect of your future. You will never be the same.”


235. “When you see yourself as a powerful creator of your conditions, you will see opportunities to get to your goals, and dreams, all around you.” Robin Sharma


236. “Less talk, more do. No one cares about your elegantly expressed intentions. Only your brilliantly executed results.” – Robin Sharma


237. “Your thoughts can create magic and every thing you have ever wanted. Today’s thoughts build tomorrow’s dreams.” – Robin Sharma


238. “Close all your escape routes, burn all your plan b’s and get busy doing that dream that only you were built to do.” Robin Sharma


239. ROCKEFELLER QUOTES FOR SUCCESS AND RICHESTAI LOPEZ NET WORTH AND HOW MUCH HIS MONEY MAKES HIMHOW TO BECOME A MILLIONAIRE WITH NO MONEY


240. “So they tackle their weaknesses and fears head on, even if dipping into the zone of the unknown brings with it a measure of discomfort. They resolve to live by the wisdom of kaizen, improving every aspect of themselves ceaselessly and continuously. With time, things that were once difficult become easy. Fears that once prevented them from all the happiness, health and prosperity they deserved fall to the wayside like stickmen toppled by a hurricane.”


241. “Living the same week a few thousand times and calling it a life. I need to tell you that too many among us die at thirty and are buried at eighty.”


242. “It’s not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes up short again and again because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat.”


243. “And remember the Ancient Rule of Twenty-one: if you do anything for twenty-one days in a row, it will be installed as a habit. So stay with the early-rising routine for about three weeks before you give up because it feels too uncomfortable. By then it will be a part of your life.”


244. “The moment you stop doing the very things that got you to the top of the mountain is the very moment you begin the slid down to the valley.”


245. “Some books are meant to be tasted, some books are meant to be chewed and, finally, some books are meant to be swallowed whole.”


246. “The reasonable man adapts himself to the world: the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore, all progress depends on the unreasonable man.”


247. “Small daily – seemingly insignificant – improvements and innovations lead to staggering achievements over time.” – Robin Sharma


248. “If you want to become a multi-millionaire in three years, no matter how much you pray and think positively, it will not happen if you do not take action.” – Robin Sharma


249. “Carl Jung once said, ‘Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakens.”


250. “I’ve learned that everything happens for a reason. Every event has a why and all adversity teaches us a lesson. Never regret your past. Accept it as the teacher that it is.” – Robin Sharma


251. With the better daily awareness you can make better daily choices, and with better daily choices you will start seeing better daily results.


252. “the job of the leader is to help disbelievers embrace your vision, the powerless to overcome their weaknesses and the hopeless to develop faith.”


253. “A major key to happiness—and internal peace—is knowing you’ve done whatever it took to earn your rewards and passionately invested the effortful audacity to become your best.”


254. “Porque cuando uno toma conciencia de lo corta que es la vida, elimina las distracciones y se queda con lo más importante. Contemplar nuestra mortalidad nos recuerda que tenemos los meses contados. —Novecientos sesenta —dije. —Eso es. Así que ¿por qué no jugar a lo grande? ¿De qué sirve tener miedo al fracaso? ¿De qué sirve preocuparse por lo que piensen los demás? ¿De qué sirve negar nuestro deber de ser líderes? —”


255. “The most important gift we can give ourselves is the commitment to living our authentic life. To be true to ourselves, however, is not an easy task. We must break free of the seductions of society and live life on our own terms, under our own values and aligned with our original dreams. We must tap our hidden selves; explore the deep-seated, unseen hopes, desires, strengths and weaknesses that make us who we are. We have to understand where we have been and know where we are going.”


256. “And saying that you don’t have enough time to be silent on a regular basis is a lot like saying you are too busy driving to stop for gas — eventually it will catch up with you.”


257. “Every event has a purpose and every setback its lesson. I have realized that failure, whether of personal, professional or even spiritual kind, is essential to personal expansion. It brings inner growth and a whole host of psychic rewards. Never regret your past. Rather, embrace it as the teacher that it is.”


258. Having lots of money doesn’t make you different. It just makes you more of who you were before you made the cash.


259. “Nelson Mandela escribió: «Cuando salí hacia el portón que me llevaría a la libertad, supe que, si no dejaba mi amargura y mi odio atrás, seguiría encarcelado».”


260. “You will never be able to eliminate a weakness you don’t even know about. The first step to eliminating a negative habit is to become aware of it.”


261. “when you were born, you cried while the world rejoiced. Live your life in such a way that when you die the world cries while you rejoice.”


262. “Every event has a purpose and every setback its lesson. I have realized that failure, whether of the personal, professional or even spiritual kind, is essential to personal expansion. It brings inner growth and a whole”


263. “Through the steel of discipline, you will forge a character rich with courage and peace. Through the virtue of will, you are destined to rise to life’s highest ideal and live within a heavenly mansion filled with all that is good, joyful and vital. Without them, you are lost like a mariner without a compass, one who eventually sinks with his ship.”


264. “Every time you become aware of yourself dropping into victim mode and make a more courageous choice, you rewrite the narrative. You raise your self-identity, elevate your self”


265. “to find your best self you must lose your weak self.’ And that only happens through relentless improvement, continuous reflection and ongoing self-excavation.”


266. “happy people have often experienced as much adversity as those who are unhappy. What sets them apart is that they have the good sense to manage their memories in a way that enriches their lives.”


267. “Utopia, Shangri-la, Nirvana and Heaven on Earth are just names for a state of being, not a place of visiting. You enter the magic of life and begin to experience outright bliss daily once you reclaim the inherent power that lurks in your core. And when you don’t postpone being grateful for even the tiniest of everyday graces. You’ll become a magnet for miracles when you begin being a magician of sorts.”


268. “Siempre había pensado que todas esas personas que veía en el metro leyendo libros con títulos como El poder del pensamiento positivo eran tipos desesperados por hallar alguna medicina que les devolviera al buen camino. Ahora me daba cuenta de que quienes se ocupaban de consolidarse a sí mismos eran los más fuertes, y que sólo a través de la autosuperación se podía esperar que otros mejoraran también”


269. “Optimism inspires, energizes, and brings out our best. It points the mind toward possibilities and helps us think creatively past problems.”


270. “Stay away from all drama queens and negativity kings. If you don’t, sooner or later, they’ll dissolve your bigness and destroy your life. It’s just what they do.”


271. “Tenemos que desarrollar una mejor valoración de los dones en nuestra vida. Y si sabemos apreciar lo bueno que hay en nuestra vida, eso bueno va a crecer.”


272. As you live your hours, so you create your years. As you live your days, so you craft your life. – Robin Sharma


273. “When we are young we sacrifice our health for wealth. But when we become old and wise, we become willing to sacrifice every bit of our wealth for just a day of good health.’ And”


274. “You are what you think about all day long. You are also what you say to yourself all day long. If you say that you are old and tired, this mantra will be manifested in your external reality. If you say you are weak and lack enthusiasm, this too will be the nature of your world. But if you say that you are healthy, dynamic and fully alive, your life will be transformed. Words have remarkable power.”


275. “old poem by Spencer Michael Free with thunderous passion: ’Tis the human touch in this world that counts, The touch of your hand and mine, Which means far more to the fainting heart Than shelter and bread and wine. For shelter is gone when the night is o’er, And bread lasts only a day. But the touch of the hand and the sound of the voice Sing on in the soul always.”


276. “Las 11 reglas para una vida profundamente satisfactoria 1. Antepón las personas a las posesiones. 2. Nunca dejes de hacer lo que más te gusta. 3. Mantente siempre fiel a ti mismo. 4. Recuerda que no vemos el mundo tal como es, sino tal como somos nosotros. 5. Convierte tus heridas en sabiduría, y en tus errores busca virtudes. 6. Sé la persona más amable que conozcas. 7. Haz como mínimo una cosa al día que te haga sudar las palmas de las manos. 8. Lee como mínimo media hora al día textos de reflexión personal. 9. Pasa al menos una hora por semana en silencio y rodeado de naturaleza para renovarte. 10. Comprométete a cumplir un programa de ejercicio serio para disfrutar de un mejor estado físico. 11.”


277. “The more successful you and your organization become, the more humble and devoted to your customers you need to be.”


278. “Puede que sea como dijo el piloto de Fórmula 1 Mario Andretti: «Si todo parece estar bajo control, significa que vas muy despacio».”


279. “If you want to live life to the fullest, care for your thoughts as you would your most prized possessions. Work hard to remove all inner turbulence. The rewards will be abundant.”


280. “I would never tell you not to read as many books as you can. But remember, some books are meant to be tasted, some books are meant to be chewed and, finally, some books are meant to be swallowed whole.”


281. “peace and excite me to become a better man. Life’s way too valuable to hang with people who don’t get you. Who you just don’t vibe with. Who have different values and lower standards than you do. Who have different Mindsets, Heartsets, Healthsets and Soulsets. It’s a little miracle how powerfully and profoundly our influences and environments shape our productivity as well as our impact.”


282. “We are born perfect, full of love, potential, self-faith and brilliance. But from the moment we are born, we begin to walk away from our authentic nature and take on the false beliefs, limiting assumptions and fears of the world around us.”


283. “Never be reluctant to ask even the most basic of questions. Questions are the most effective method of eliciting knowledge.”


284. “Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds. The mediocre mind is incapable of understanding the man who refuses to bow blindly to conventional prejudices and chooses instead to express his opinions courageously and honestly.”


285. “Ten paciencia y vive en la conciencia de que todo lo que buscas llegará tarde o temprano si te preparas debidamente.”


286. “de las cosas que he aprendido es que los líderes son aquellos individuos que hacen lo que los fracasados no están dispuestos a hacer aunque tampoco sea de su gusto. Tienen la disciplina necesaria para hacer lo que saben que es importante y correcto, en lugar de lo que es fácil y divertido. Pero eso no quiere decir que los mejores líderes no se lo pasen de miedo. Se divierten enormemente. De hecho, gracias a su gran capacidad para alcanzar el éxito y lograr resultados positivos duraderos, acaban disfrutando de más alegrías y diversión que la mayoría. Pocas cosas producen tanta felicidad como saber que estás realizando todo tu potencial, que desempeñas un trabajo brillante”


287. “If you want to improve your life and live with all that you deserve, you must run your own race. It doesn’t matter what other people say about you. What is important is what you say to yourself, being comfortable in your own skin. Be true to you. That’s a key source of happiness.”


288. “To double your net worth, double your self-worth. Because you will never exceed the height of your self-image.” – Robin Sharma


289. “At the end of our lives, we mostly regret the risks we didn't take, the dreams we didn't do and the love we failed to give. If those things are going to be important to you at the end, make them important to you right now.”


290. Living the same week a few thousand times and calling it a life. I need to tell you that too many among us die at thirty and are buried at eighty.


291. “to have the results very few have, you must do the things very few do. We don’t really get lucky in life. We create lucky. Once we operate in the correct way.”


292. “with better daily awareness you can make better daily choices, and with better daily choices you’ll start seeing better daily results.”


293. “The moment I stopped spending so much time chasing the big pleasures of life, I began to enjoy the little ones, like watching the stars dancing in a moonlit sky or soaking in the sunbeams of a glorious summer morning.”


294. “Whether you think something is possible or impossible, you’ll most certainly be right. Because your belief determines your behavior.”


295. It is important to remember that just as our words are our thoughts verbalized, so our deeds are our beliefs actualized.


296. “One of the timeless secrets to a long, happy life is to love your work. The golden thread running through the lives of history’s most satisfied people is that they all loved what they did for a living. When psychologist Vera John-Steiner interviewed one hundred creative people, she found they all had one thing in common: an intense passion for their work. Spending your days doing work that you find rewarding, intellectually challenging and fun will do more than all the spa vacations in the world to keep your spirits high and your heart engaged.”


297. “The moment I stopped spending so much time chasing the big pleasure of life. I began to enjoy the little ones, like watching the stars dancing in the moonlit sky or soaking in the sunbeams of a glorious summer morning.”


298. “What makes genius is not just the idea, but the execution around the idea to bring it to the world.” Robin Sharma


299. “How can you care for others if you cannot even care for yourself? How can you do good if you don’t even feel good? I can’t love you if I cannot love myself,”


300. “When you are inspired by some great purpose, some extraordinary project, all of your thoughts break their bonds, your mind transcends limitations, your consciousness expands in every direction and you find yourself in a new great and wonderful world. Dormant forces, faculties and talents become alive and you discover yourself to be a greater person by far than you ever dreamed yourself to be.”


301. “Actually, it was the easiest thing I have ever done. The decision to give up my practice and all my worldly possessions felt natural. Albert Camus once said that ‘Real generosity toward the future consists in giving all to what is present.”


302. “No dedicamos mucho tiempo al entretenimiento carente de significado, puesto que estamos decididamente entregados a un proceso de formación continua.”


303. “Kao što sam rekao, najviše se kajem što nisam slušao sebe. Znam da sam mogao da činim velike stvari u životu. Kao mladić sam bio veoma dobar pisac. Na fakultetu sam dobio nekoliko književnih nagrada. Moja mati je želela da budem računovođa. Rekla je da ću načiniti najveću grešku u životu ako je ne poslušam. Pokazalo se da je ogrešenje o sebe i nečinjenje onog što sam osećao kao životni poziv bila naj- veća greška u mom životu. Danas sam - trebalo bi da znaš da lekari kažu da mi je ostalo još nekoliko nedelja - tako tužan zbog davno donesene odluke. Osećam da sam protraćio život. Osamdeset sedam godina je prohujalo u trenu. Čini mi se da sam se koliko juče venčao s mojom nevestom, Margaret. Čini mi se da su nam deca nedavno rođena. Margaret je mrtva, a deca vode svoje živote. Tvoj život će proleteti brže no što možeš zamisliti. Dani će se premetnuti u nedelje, nedelje u mesece, a oni u godine. Izgledaš prilično mladoliko, ali znaj - izgledaćeš kao ja pre no što udariš dlanom o dlan. Život je takav. Zbog toga živi život koji ti je namenjen. Previše je važan da bi čekao da se probudiš pre smrti. Živeo sam majčin život, iako je tre- balo da imam mudrosti da živim svoj. Potrošio sam ga poku- šavajući da ugodim ostalima. I gde su sad oni? Niko od ljudi kojima sam nastojao da ugodim više nije ovde. Na samrtnom odru, jedina osoba kojoj ćeš polagati račune jeste ona koja te ujutru gleda iz ogledala. Bolje ti je da budeš iskren prema njoj.”


304. “The telephone is there for your convenience, not for the convenience of your callers. Yet, as soon as we hear the phone ring, we act as if we are firefighters rushing to a five-alarm fire. We run to pick it up as if our lives depended on the call being answered at once. I have seen people interrupt quiet family dinners, dedicated reading times and meditation periods to answer”


305. “Albert Camus dijo una vez que «la verdadera generosidad para con el futuro consiste en entregarlo todo al presente». Pues bien, eso hice yo.”


306. “Don’t rehearse the activities of your day while you are lying in bed trying to get to sleep. Don’t eat after 8 P.M. (If you have to eat something, have soup.) Don’t watch the news before you go to sleep. Don’t read in bed.”


307. “Nelson Mandela wrote, ‘As I walked out the door toward the gate that would lead to my freedom, I knew if I didn’t leave my bitterness and hatred behind, I’d still be in prison.”


308. “One of the most tragic things I know about human nature is that all of us tend to put off living. We are all dreaming of some magical rose garden over the horizon instead of enjoying the roses that are blooming outside our windows today.”


309. “if we do our best, and things do not unfold according to our plans, trust that everything has happened for your highest good.”


310. “• There are no mistakes - only lessons. See setbacks as opportunities for personal expansion and spiritual growth”


311. “By writing out your desires and goals on a piece of paper, you send a red flag to your subconscious mind that these thoughts are far more important”


312. “It doesn't matter what other people say about you. What is important is what you say to yourself. Do not be concerned with the judgement of others as long as you know what you are doing is according to conscience and you heart. Never be ashamed of doing that which is right; decide on what you think is good and then stick to it.”


313. “Tendréis que jugar en sociedad y triunfar en el juego que vende, pero también desconectar a menudo de él para que nunca os posea. Porque el deporte que practica la mayoría es solo una ilusión, una especie de sonambulismo, al que demasiadas buenas personas entregan las mejores mañanas de sus días más hermosos al poner el dinero por encima del sentido de la vida, los beneficios por encima de la gente, la popularidad por encima de la integridad, el trabajo por encima de la familia y los grandes logros por encima de los pequeños milagros que nos brinda el presente.”


314. “Tako sem se naučil,da je pomembno to, kar je v notranjosti, ne glede na to, kako čudovit je zunanji svet. In če je tvoj notranji svet neurejen in nezdrav, te ne bo osrečilo nič, kar dobiš zunaj. Če pa je tvoj notranji svet zdrav in izpolnjen, ti bodo najpreprostejše in najosnovnejše reči v zunanjem svetu napolnile srce in dušo.”


315. “because people will not follow you if they do not trust you and before someone will lend you a hand, you must touch their hearts.”


316. “Turbulent Times Build Great Leaders I will persist until I succeed. I was not delivered into this world into defeat, nor does failure course my veins. I am not a sheep waiting to be prodded by my shepherd. I am a lion, and I refuse to talk, walk, and to sleep with the sheep. I will persist until I succeed.”


317. “The richest person in the world, I’ve since discovered, isn’t the person who has the most but the one who needs the least.” – Robin Sharma


318. “You truly cannot afford the luxury of even one negative thought. A worrisome thought is like an embryo: it starts off small but grows and grows. Soon it takes on a life of its own. Stop feeding what doesn’t serve you.”


319. “Companies that are made up of clusters of leaders will actually accelerate their growth by speeding up their rate of innovation as their competition pulls back, build better teams by investing in people while their rivals shrink training budgets, and pick up top talent as their industry peers lay people off. And so fast companies get that unsettling times are actually gifts for them and periods to get so far ahead of the competition that they can never catch up.”


320. “Mahatma Gandhi: “The only devils in the world are those running in our own hearts. That is where the battle should be fought.”


321. “stay committed to your mission, values, and the full self-expression of your inner leader even when people doubt you. When people say you’ll fail or suggest you’re not good enough, stand strong in your own skin and don’t let them tear you down. Because leadership has a lot to do with believing in yourself when no one else believes in you.”


322. “ten-minute period before you sleep and the ten-minute period after you wake up are profoundly influential on your subconscious mind.”


323. “You see, John, unless you reduce your needs, you will never be fulfilled. You will always be like that gambler in Las Vegas, staying at the roulette wheel for ‘just one more spin’ in the hope that your lucky number will come up. You will always want more than you have. How can you ever be happy?”


324. “If you care for your mind, if you nurture it and if you cultivate it just like a fertile, rich garden, it will blossom far beyond your expectations. But if you let the weeds take root, lasting peace of mind and deep inner harmony will always elude you.”


325. “And no matter what you are experiencing in your life right now, trust that all is good and unfolding in your best interests. It may not look pretty, but it is exactly what you need to learn for you to grow into the person you have been destined to become.”


326. “or a Pelé or a Marcus Aurelius or a Copernicus over extended periods of training. The true geniuses all started out as ordinary people. But they practiced building up their strength so much and so often that showing up at world-class became automated. Here’s another brain tattoo The Spellbinder taught me: Legendary performers practice being spectacular for so long that they no longer remember how to behave in non-spectacular ways.”


327. “Ljudi više cene stvari nego međusobne odnose. Više nam je stalo da zadovoljimo svoj ego nego da pokušamo da ostvarimo svoje ideale. Mnogi od nas krive spoljašnje uslove što ne uspevaju da ostvare uspeh umesto da krive sopstvene strahove i uska shvatanja. Nažalost danas je važnije biti popularan nego etičan, hrabar i dobar. Hoću da kažem da smo zaboravili na odgovornost da vodimo koja je nekada postojala u našoj kulturi. Zaboravili smo šta znači težiti nečemu većem od nas samih. Pomešali smo prioritete fokusirajući se isključivo na to da pomognemo sebi da dođemo do uspeha, a ne i svima oko nas.”


328. “Most people don't discover how to live until it's time to die-and that's a shame. Most people spend the best years of their lives watching television in a subdivision. Most people die at twenty and are buried at eighty. Please, don't let that happen to you.”


329. “cada día representa una grandísima oportunidad de convertir cualquier forma de victimismo en heroísmo cotidiano.”


330. “Alright, the secret of happiness is simple: find out what you truly love to do and then direct all of your energy towards doing it.”


331. “It is so easy to magnify our problems and lose sight of the many blessings we all have to be so very grateful for.”


332. “Here’s the real gift from your excellence and devotion over the sixty-six or so days: the willpower you were using to lay down the early-rising habit is now freed up for another world-class behavior, so you have the chance to grow even more productive, prosperous, joyful and successful”


333. “It is important to remember that just as our words are our thoughts verbalized, so our deeds are our beliefs actualized.”