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13 Powerful Life Quotes from the Best Books

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

A single conversation with the right person can be more valuable than years of study.
John Mason, An Enemy Called Average
Happiness and success are gifts you give yourself.
Bob Proctor, The ABCs of Success
It is definitely a part of the overall plan of the universe to give man the benefit only of those blessings he recognizes, embraces, and uses constructively.
  • Tie your arm to your side and take it out of use and nature rings bells immediately by causing the arm to atrophy, wither, and become useless.
  • Neglect to keep in contact with your friends and cultivate them and you will lose them.
  • Show indifference to the patrons from whom you earn your living of the employer who pays your wages and very soon, you find yourself without a market for your services.
Napoleon Hill, Philosophy of Success
Life is the study of attention. You always pay more attention to that which you most value.
Brian Tracy, Maximum Achievement
No problem is too large for God's intervention...No person is too small for God's attention.
John Mason, An Enemy Called Average
Of all things God created, I am often most grateful He created laughter.
Chuck Swindoll, Believe You Can
People can be divided into three groups:
  1. Those who make things happen,
  2. Those who watch things happen,
  3. Those who wonder what's happening.
John Mason, An Enemy Called Average
  • Sow a thought and you reap an act;
  • Sow an act and you reap a habit;
  • Sow a habit and you reap a character;
  • Sow a character and you reap a destiny.
Unknown, Maximum Achievement
The measure of life is not in its duration, but in its donation. Everyone can be great because everyone can serve.
Peter Marshall, Believe You Can
The most important thing in our lives is what we are doing now.
John Mason, Believe You Can
The quality of your life will be in direct proportion to your commitment to excellence, regardless of what you choose to do.
John Mason, Believe You Can
What you get is not necessarily what you want in life, but what you expect.
Brian Tracy, Maximum Achievement
You'll always get out of life what you put in—and you control what you put in.
Brian Tracy, Maximum Achievement

References

  1. An Enemy Called Average
  2. The ABCs of Success
  3. Philosophy of Success
  4. Maximum Achievement
  5. Believe You Can