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17 Powerful Growth Quotes from the Best Books

Whoso finds an excellent book obtains the key to greatness. Here are selected growth quotes from the books we like best and where you can get a copy.

A quantum leap, by definition, means moving into uncharted territory with no guide to follow. You personally draw the map as you go.
Price Pritchett, You Squared
All people want to grow, but not everyone wants to make the necessary changes to grow. Change for the sake of growth. Be prepared and willing to make whatever productive changes are required.
Bob Proctor, The ABCs of Success
Don't be afraid to fail. Don't waste energy trying to cover up failure. If you're not failing, you're not growing.
H. Stanley Judd, Believe You Can
God never sees any of us as failures; He only sees us as learners. We fail only when we don't learn from each experience.
John Mason, An Enemy Called Average
God's gift to us is more talent and ability than we'll ever hope to use in our lifetime. Our gift to God is to develop as much of that talent and ability as we can in this lifetime.
Steve Bow, The Art of Living
It's what you learn after you know it all that counts.
John Wooden, Believe You Can
No one ever arrives. You’re either improving your position, or you are sliding backward.
Bob Proctor, The ABCs of Success
Problems are the price of progress.
John Mason, Believe You Can
Taking the quantum leap means taking a risk, going off into an uncharted territory with no guide to follow.
Fred Alan Wolf, Taking the Quantum Leap
The difficulty you face is simply an opportunity for you to do your best.
John Mason, Believe You Can
The door to opportunity swings on the hinges of adversity.
John Mason, Believe You Can
The obstacles of life are intended to make us better, not bitter.
John Mason, Believe You Can
There is only one corner of the universe you can be certain of improving, and that's your own self.
Aldous Huxley, The Art of Living
Those who predominantly talk about the past are going backward. Those who talk about the present are usually just maintaining. But those who talk about the future are growing.
John Mason, Believe You Can
Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow.
John Mason, Believe You Can
You attract great people when you continually work on you.
Bob Proctor, The Art of Living
You cannot change the world, but you can present the world with one improved person, yourself.
Brian Tracy, Maximum Achievement

References

  1. You Squared
  2. The ABCs of Success
  3. Believe You Can
  4. An Enemy Called Average
  5. The Art of Living
  6. Taking the Quantum Leap
  7. Maximum Achievement