25 truly epic motivational quotes submitted by people from all around the world.
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There are only so many days left to achieve the business, career and personal dreams you have for yourself. Every day you waste is another day you’ll never get back!
It’s impossible to reach for the stars when we let ourselves be consumed with the problems of daily life, rather than letting our passion drive us toward achieving our loftiest goals.
Our experiences shape us, drive us and unfortunately, they also limit our perception of what’s possible. Change your perception and you can change your life.
Success in life is never on sale. There are no discounts. Will 2015 be the year you take it up a notch?
What do you want? In life, in business… Even in death? When you become clear on what you want, you’ll find more energy and passion to pursue your dreams. Check out these 3 motivational masterpieces from the Hip Hop Preacher, Eric Thomas.
It’s 2015. Yes, you can still say “I’ll do it next year.” That’s a success-killing prophecy that never really loses it’s shine for the unmotivated; until they either choose to stop using it, or the end finally comes in the form of death!
We shouldn’t live every day fearing death. However, it’s just as great a sin is to live like the end will never come, like you have limitless time in which to forge a lasting legacy that will endure time and space.
I found this interesting infographic the other day and figured it was worth a share. The graphic uses several authoritative resources to bring this top 10 business book selection to you including suggestions compiled by: The Economist, Goodreads, The Financial Times, Business Insider, Amazon, The Washington Post, NPR, The Kirkus Review, The Guardian, and a few others.
How many of you out there are “dabbling” in your dreams in the same way you’d tinker around with the idea of learning a new language or skill? Dabbling kills dreams, it doesn’t cultivate them.
It’s quite possible that Will Smith may well be blessed with the best work ethic on the planet. Hear more about how he used tireless drive and determination to go from a Philly street youth to a ground-breaking mainstream rapper in the 80’s, then to nail a television show on the largest network on television at the time, and then finally to become a movie star of epic proportions.