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Change your thinking , change your life –Brian Tracy

  • The starting point of great accomplishment is for you to break loose from the mental bonds that hold you back.
  • One of the most powerful ways for you to change your thinking about yourself is for you to commit to excellence. It is to make the de- cision, right now, to be the best, to join the top 10 percent in your field, no matter how long it takes.
  • Your competitors are more capable and determined than they have ever been before, and will grow even more so next year, and the year after, and for the rest of your career.You have to run faster just to stay in the same place.
  • Today, you have to be excellent just to get into the market in the first place.Then you have to constantly improve, getting better and bet- ter, week by week and month by month, if you want to keep up with the competition.
  • The better you get at your job, the more you will like and respect yourself. The more you like and respect yourself, the better you will feel, and the more energy and enthusiasm you will have.You will soon become unstoppable.
  • The biggest mistake that you can make is to think that you ever work for anyone else but yourself. The fact is that you are always self- employed, from the time you take your first job until the time you retire.
  • If there is a part of your work or personal life that you don’t like, don’t waste your time complaining about it. Instead, take ac- tion.
  • Your inner beliefs and expectations will determine your outer attitudes and your behav- iors toward other people.Your outer world will always reflect your inner world.
  • When you choose, your higher-order values always take precedence over your lower-order values. Every act you take, every decision you make, is based on your dominant value at that time.
  • A person who lives his life consistent with these values will be a far happier person than a person who places his career ahead of his family and especially ahead of his health. This is why you must se- lect both your values and their order of importance with care.
  • An individual is defined by what he or she does, not what he or she says.