Success Quotes 202 to 235
"Success is not how high you have climbed, but how you make
a positive difference to the world."
Roy T. Bennett, The Light in The Heart
Making A Difference
Success can be reduced to a formula. And failure can be reduced to a formula, too. Apply the one and avoid the other. Think for yourself.
W. Clement Stone, The Success System that Never Fails
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Many thousands of successful people have been asked what they think
about most of the time.
The most common answer given by successful people is that they
think about what they want - and how to get it - most of the time.
Brian Tracy, Goals!
Words of Encouragement
The most inspiring success stories are actually about people
who experienced failure.
Norbert Richards, Richard Branson Unofficial
"Your personal reputation and the success of your organization depend
on your ability to make and fulfill promises."
Tom Hanson, Ph.D.; Birgit Zacher Hanson, M.S., M.C.C., Who Will Do What by When?
"The case for improved accountability in leadership has become
critical for any leader with pragmatic desires for better business success."
Di Worrall, Accountability Leadership
"The measure of success is not whether you have a tough problem
to deal with, but whether it is
the same problem you had last year."
John Foster Dulles
"Successful people and over-achievers don't get results by accident. While
luck has its part in success,
they don't wait for luck to happen. They are deliberate in
what they do and open to new paths."
Roberto Zoia, Effective Goal Setting
"Belief in success is the one basic, absolutely essential ingredient in
David J. Schwartz, Ph. D.
Believe In Yourself
'To be a high achiever, you must have an internal drive to succeed. No one else is going to force you to do the things you need to do."
B. N. Norton, Motivation Into Success
By favoring the rich, you have mocked the poor. And, correct me if I'm
wrong, but isn't it the rich who step on you while climbing the ladder of success? And isnít it the rich who take advantage of you and drag you into court?
James 2:6 (Voice)
"Tenacious people don't rely on
luck, fate, or destiny for their success. And when conditions become difficult, they keep working."
John C. Maxwell, The 17 Essential Qualities of a Team Player
Ones best success comes after their greatest disappointments"
Henry Ward Beecher
"When our dreams are born of purpose, we can soar above
the limitations to accomplish the seemingly impossible."
Sharon Cook and Graciela Sholander
"We are the greatest motivator and biggest obstacle to our successes in life."
Paul Brodie, Motivation 101
"Success is like an iceberg, what people see is only on the surface."
Alex Altman, Time Is Money
By allowing your team members to suggest ways on how they can contribute
to the team's success proactively, you are encouraging a culture
of independence among your members.
Gavin McGinnis, Coaching: 10 Coaching Skills to Help Your Team Focus, Take Action, Stay Motivated and Accomplish Goals!
Be first to congratulate an opponent who succeeds.
Be last to criticize a colleague who fails.
Author Unknown, Always Be
Talent, effort, and also luck undoubtedly explain why some
succeed and others don't.
Morten Hansen, Great at Work: How Top Performers Do Less, Work Better, and Achieve More
Would you like me to give you a formula for success?
It's quite simple, really. Double your rate of failure.
You're thinking of failure as the enemy of success. But it isn't at all.
You can be discouraged by failure-or you can learn from it. So
go ahead and make mistakes. Make all you can. Because, remember
that's where you'll find success. On the far side.
Thomas John Watson, Sr.
People often ask me to define the word "success." My favorite definition
is this: Success is the ability to live your life the way you want to live it,
doing what you most enjoy, surrounded by people you admire and respect.
Brian Tracy, Million Dollar Habits
Quotes to Live By
You can measure success with goals and success is motivating.
A well thought out goal can be your "light at the end of the tunnel" so to speak.
Bill Price, Efficient Language Learning: Goal Settting and Time Management in Language Learning
Success is the achievement of a goal, a victory versus a competitor,
a victory versus a previous time or distance or some other measurable mark.
Robert McGinley, And I Quote. . . Quotes that capture wisdom and intrigue the mind
All literature on self-improvement and professional development
is based on research, studying what successful people did
and identifying key factors common in all of their success.
Laszlo Kovari, Critical Thinking?
The world's most successful individuals and organizations have been
able to create their irresistible lives by igniting their ability
to take massive action and committing to follow through to become their best.
Kyle Nussen, Time Management: Learn Proven Skills and Techniques to Increase Productivity and Effectively Master Your To-Do List
Parenting gives you the opportunity to see someone as he or she grows up
and becomes a self-sufficient and successful adult.
Mary Appleton, Parenting: The Ultimate How To Parenting Guide on Raising Kids, Newborns, and Toddlers
Focus is the key to your success.
Jeff Paul Smith, Be Nice and Grow Famous
Focusing on the most important aspects of personal change can
make the process smoother and easier. The odds of success are greatly
Angela Atkinson, Create the Life You Want
"Determination - It is the size of one's will which determines success."
We see our kids grow and thrive in life, and their success and achievements
make us feel proud and content.
Subhashree Rout, Live Your Balanced Life Now
Business needs to be taken seriously to succeed.
komail haider, The Productive Entrepreneur
Every success-driven how-to on the shelf worth its salt has one thing
in common: they all mention finding someone who's already paved
the way and can pass on their knowledge.
Kennedy Delacroix The Official 30th Birthday Book
I have come to believe that the key to achieving your aspirations lies
not in "being a success" but rather in working to reach your unique potential.
This requires you to create your own definition of success rather than accept a definition created by others.
Robert Kaplan, What You're Really Meant to Do
Starting a conversation is one of the most difficult things
to start but when you are successful it is one of the most
rewarding experiences you can have.
Sarah Palmer, Happiness: A Guide To Developing A Happier Life