2. “Extremely successful people know that must continue in order for them to realize new achievements.”

3. “Weak and overwhelmed individuals respond to others’ success by attacking it.”

4. “As long as you are alive, you will either live to accomplish your own goals and dreams, or be used as a resource to accomplish someone else’s.”

5. “One of the major differences between successful and unsuccessful people is that the former looks for problems to resolve, whereas the latter makes every attempt to avoid them.”

6. “You know, you don’t need to grow old to die. I was dying at the age of 20 as a result of no direction and no purpose.”

7. “Until you become completely obsessed with your mission, no one will take you seriously. Until the world understands that you’re not going away—that you are 100 percent committed, and have complete and utter conviction, and will persist in pursuing your project—you will not get the attention you need and the support you want.”

8. “The moment you start thinking someone else’s gain is your loss, you limit yourself by thinking in terms of competition and shortages.”

9. “Think about it—what’s the worst thing that can happen to you if you just totally go for it?”

10. “Wake up! No one is going to save you. No one is going to take care of your family or your retirement. No one is going to make things work out for you. The only way to do so is to utilize every moment of every day at 10X levels.”

11. “All the in the world won’t change one simple fact— that fear is a sign to do whatever it is you fear—and do it quickly.”

12. “Average is a failing plan! Average doesn’t work in any area of life. Anything that you give only average amounts of attention to will start to subside and will eventually cease to exist.”

13. “I suggest that you become obsessed about the things you want; otherwise, you are going to spend a lifetime being obsessed with making up excuses as to why you didn’t get the life you wanted.”

14. “Never take the position that things just happen to you; rather, they happen because of something you did or did not do.”

15. “What if the only thing standing in the way of your greatness was that you just had to go after everything obsessively, persistently, and as though your life depended on it?”

16. “Do kids benefit when they see and dads losing or quitting?”

17. “Anyone who minimizes the importance of success to your future has given up on his or her own chances of accomplishment and is spending his or her life trying to convince others to do the same.”

18. “Become so sold, so convinced, so committed to your company, product, and service that you believe it would be a terrible thing for the buyer to do business anywhere else with any other product.”

19. “It is better to make something happen—good or bad—than to have it happen to you.”

20. “In order to get to the next level of whatever you’re doing, you must think and act in a wildly different way than you previously have been.”

21. “Realistic thinking is based on what others think is possible—but they are not you and have no way of knowing your potential and purposes.”

22. “Criticism precedes admiration and—like it or not—goes hand in hand with success.”

23. “Treating success as an option is one of the major reasons why more people don’t create it for themselves—and why most people don’t even get close to living up to their full potential.”

24. “I would rather fail pushing forward than in retreat.”

25. “No commitment equals no results.”

26. “Get beyond the one-man show. Great organizations are never one-man operations.”

27. “Your ability to do well in life depends on your ability to sell others on the things in which you believe!”

28. “Success is not something that happens to you; it’s something that happens because of you and because of the actions you take.”

29. “Work is better than vacation, and it is important to have a purpose to wake up each day.”

30. “You have to approach the notion of success the way good parents approach their duty to their children—it’s an , an obligation, and a priority.”

31. “A little imagination combined with massive action goes a long way.”

32. “The goal has to be more valuable than the risk or you have determined the wrong target.”

33. “To really go at it in life and in business, you have to say ‘yes’ to everything.”

34. “They eagerly engage in life and realize that the word ‘yes’ has more life and possibilities in it.”

35. “Massive thoughts must be followed by massive actions.”

36. “Disciplined, consistent, and persistent actions are more of a determining factor in the creation of success than any other combination of things.”

37. “Obsession is what you will need to set 10X goals and to follow them up with 10X actions.”

38. “Commit first, figure it out later.”

39. “The idea of being overwhelmed, I believe, is the result of never taking enough action to generate enough winning.”

40. “Think about the last time you got . You were probably trying to protect something right before it happened.”

41. “No one will benefit from your failure. However, if you were able to reverse it and attain the goals and dreams you set for yourself—now, that would be something.”

42. “You cannot blame your family for keeping you from creating the success you deserve. They should be the reason why you want to succeed!”

43. “The schools, for whatever reason, are just not set up to teach the things that may make the biggest difference.”

44. “One of the greatest turning points in my life occurred when I stopped casually waiting for success and instead started to approach it as a duty, obligation, and responsibility.”

45. “The 10X Rule assumes the target is never the problem. Any target attacked with the right actions in the right amounts with persistence is attainable.”

46. “Taking massive action means making somewhat unreasonable choices and then following these up with even more action.”

47. “You doubtlessly have gifts you have yet to use—potential that remains untapped.”

48. “You’ve been endowed with a desire for greatness and are aware enough to know that there are no shortages of success.”

49. “It’s a bad idea to ignore your ambitions, your energy, your obsession; but it’s even worse to let them take their own course.”

50. “I believe I know best in everything I do, and if I don’t, I get trained until I have complete confidence and competence in whatever I am doing.”

51. “If you don’t consider it your duty to live up to your potential, then you simply won’t.”

52. “Burn the place down. Don’t rest, and don’t stop—ever.”

53. “Let the rest do whatever, while you do whatever it takes.”

54. “Never quit and you are guaranteed to find your greatness.”

55. “Do whatever you need to do to get bigger than life.”

56. “What you have done is nothing compared to what you can do.”

57. “You won’t get much done if you only grind on the days you feel good.”

58. “Persistence is the single most common trait of the most successful.”

59. “Your persistence on any given endeavor is determined by the clarity of your purpose.”

60. “Ten times the actions, ten times the goals, and you’ll get everything you ever dreamed of.”

61. “Approach every situation with a ‘whatever-it-takes mindset.’”

62. “If you don’t confront the tough stuff, it will always have control over you.”

63. “No guts, no glory. No legend, no story.”

64. “Average assumes—incorrectly, of course—that everything operates stably.”

65. “When you hear what average people say and think, thank them for their advice. Then remind them that you want their support in going for it, and let them know that you would rather commit to your dreams and goals and be disappointed, than never commit and be disappointed.”

66. “You’re not born into apathy. You’re not born into retreat. You’re not even born into average. You’re born at a massive action level.”

67. “You are a threat to all things average. You remind the average that they have settled!”

68. “Average is a failing formula.”

69. “People optimistically overestimate how well things will go and then underestimate how much energy and effort it will take just to push things through.”

70. “Don’t be confused by what looks like luck to you. Lucky people don’t make successful people; people who completely commit themselves to success seem to get lucky in life.”

71. “That is what lower performers do; they make others wrong for doing what is necessary in order to make themselves feel okay about doing nothing! The highest performers—the winners—respond by studying successful people and duplicating success.”

72. “There are certain things in life that have limits, but you don’t unless you impose limits on yourself.”

73. “Never reduce a target. Instead, increase actions. When you start rethinking your targets, making up excuses, and letting yourself off the hook, you are giving up on your dreams!”

74. “When people start limiting the amount of success they desire, I assure you, they will limit what will be required of them in order to achieve success and will fail miserably at doing what it takes to keep it.”

75. “You must set targets that are ten times what you think you want, and then do ten times what you think it will take to accomplish those targets.”

76. “The purpose here is to discuss the idea that crybabies, whiners, and victims just don’t do well at attracting or creating success.”

77. “Never set realistic goals; you can get a realistic life without setting goals for it.”

78. “Once the hunt for a desired object or goal is abandoned, the cycle of success comes to an end.”

79. “An interesting thing about success is that it’s like a breath of air—although your last breath of air is important, it’s not nearly as important as the next one.”

80. “A person who limits his or her potential success will limit what he or she will do to create it and keep it.”

81. “Good things don’t happen to victims; bad things do—quite frequently—and all you have to do is ask them.”

82. “Those who embrace the victim position will gladly go on and on to you about how they had nothing to do with their many bad breaks and misfortunes in life that seem to strike them time and again throughout their lives.”

83. “There are four consistent factors in the life of the victim—bad things happen to them, bad things happen often, they are always involved, and someone or something else is always to blame.”

84. “If you don’t create new problems, then you’re not taking enough action.”

85. “Retreaters claim to be doing so in order to avoid and failures; it is almost never the actual rejection or failure that has impacted them. More often than not, it’s their impression and evaluation of what failing and rejection mean that is causing them to retreat.”

86. “I’m not experiencing stress; I’m loving my life. I love and crave all the activity and all the crazy new challenges.”

87. “What these professional worriers are really saying is that they think they would get stressed out if they were doing all that I do. They’re saying more about themselves than about me.”

88. “Those who retreat will spend a lot of time justifying why they are retreating.”

89. “The is massive success.”

90. “Because the lower performers are not willing to step up and take responsibility to increase their production, they can only seek to tear down those who are performing at higher levels.”

91. “Until adults started telling you otherwise, you didn’t know anything but massive action.”

92. “I love the feeling that comes with being obsessed about an idea, and I admire seeing others who are that fanatical.”

93. “Forward thinkers don’t copy. They don’t compete—they create.”

94. “Comfort makes more prisoners than all the jails combined.”

95. “Luck is just one of the byproducts of those who take the most action.”

96. “Your problem isn’t the problem. Your reaction to the problem is your problem.”

97. “Think big. There’s no reason to think small.”

98. “Show up early, treat people with respect, and perform at the highest levels till the world can’t deny you.”

99. “‘I don’t have time,’ is the biggest lie you tell yourself.”

100. “Do the things you don’t wanna do, so that one day you can do the things that you wanna do. Pay the price. Sacrifice something.”

101.“Set no targets and you will get nowhere.”

102. “Have goals so big your problems pale in comparison.”

103. “Go the extra mile, there’s no one on it.”

104. “Rich people can change the world. poor people can’t do that.”

105. “You sleep like you’re rich. I wake up like I’m broke.”

106. “Getting rich—even super rich—shouldn’t be taboo. It should be your battle cry.”

107. “Rich people don’t get rich by accident and poor people don’t stay poor by accident.”

108. “Remember, to create wealth, you can’t just score once, you must be able to repeat it.”

109. “There are three steps to wealth—first, you have to make money; then, you have to keep it; then, you have to multiply it.”

110. “There will be times when you’ll have to handle the buyer on money.”

111. “Problems are opportunities, and conquered opportunities equals money earned.”

112. “Cash flow is not bragging rights. It’s financial freedom.”

113. “Money comes when you do what you’re good at and work hard at it.”

114. “Have a higher purpose than money.”

115. “Don’t just make money—make a difference.”

116. “Money is simple. Buy cash flow producing assets.”

117. “When you’re having money problems, the first thing to do is quit spending on all things that don’t produce money.”

118. “Unwillingness to do what no one else wants to is why people lack money.”

119. “You don’t have time and money because you don’t invest time and money.”

120. “Get serious about your money.”

121. “If the buyer is totally convinced it’s right, he will chew off his own foot to have it!”

122. “If most of your customers are grinding you on price, then your level of service is not obvious to them.”

123. “This is the problem with many members of the middle class. They go after what they’ve deemed necessary rather than ever going really big.”

124. “The burden of the entire economy of our culture today rests on the ability of salespeople.”

125. “Regardless of the timing, the economy, the product, or how big your venture is, the right acts done to the right degree over time will make you successful.”

126. “No person will ever gain true power and stature in the world without the ability to persuade others.”

127. “If you quit caring, then you quit winning; quit winning long enough, and you will just plain quit!”

128. “Anyone who uses blame as the reason why something happened or didn’t happen will never accumulate real success in life, and only further his or her status as a slave on this planet.”

129. “When you are taking massive action, you aren’t thinking in terms of how many hours you work.”

130. “Whether I am in control or not, I still elect to claim responsibility and control so that I can do something to improve my situation going forward.”

131. “Work to your potential, not your quota.”

132. “Failing to insist upon abundant amounts of success is somewhat unethical.”

133. “Unsolicited advice givers are people who know about everything but have never done anything.”

134. “Be careful about whom you spend your time with.”

135. “The people in your life are either a good influence or a bad influence. There is no gray area.”

136. “Fill your time up with the ones who are supportive.”

137. “When things go wrong, I don’t care about leadership; I want control, or at least to know someone is in control. I want answers, I want to solve problems quickly, and know I have the ability to deliver solutions and get the scene back under control.”

138. “The most valuable chips you have are , actions, persistence, and creativity.”

139. “My or dissatisfaction with where I am at this moment does not suggest that something is wrong with me, but rather that something is right with me.”

140. “When you have underestimated the time, energy, and effort necessary to do something, you will have quit in your mind, voice, posture, face, and presentation. You won’t develop the persistence necessary to get your mission accomplished.”

141. “The obsessed are the industry builders, disrupters, titans, game changers, and living legends others admire and wish to emulate. The obsessed don’t just make the world go around. They make the world worth living in.”

142. “Anyone that suggests to me to do less is either not a real friend or very confused!”

143. “Those brought up poor and middle class inherit the beliefs of the poor and the middle class.”

144. “Knowledge speaks. Wisdom listens. Action wins.”

145. “Quit settling for reality and focus on your potential.”

146. “Real power only comes from repeating actions.”

147. “Never fear the haters. You can’t reach your potential without them.”

148. “One week they love me, next week they hate me—both weeks I get paid.”

149. “Never take advice from a quitter or a pretender.”

150. “Freedom is not something you buy. It is something you earn.”

151. “If you don’t do something, you’ll end up being nothing.”

152. “Do not go to work to work; go to work to prosper.”

153. “You will never be admired without being criticized first.”

154. “People are settling for their reality rather than working to their full potential.”

155. “Everything in life is a sale and everything you want is a commission.”

156. “Remove negativity from your environment.”

157. “Look for problems on this planet you can help with and go help.”

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