Self-Improvement – Here are the Personal Favorite Quotes that I Live, Learn and Grow with

I mean Joe in many ways, but I very quickly draw a line of sand when it comes to hearing about integrity.

When I see someone lying, cheating and stealing, they act like they help me when I'm actually relieving my money while wearing the glue, I'm going crazy.

There are no excuse for wrongdoing. I could really see if your friends, fat cats or even your grandmother are doing it. To justify injustice is to say that everyone else is killing people they do not like so it must be good for me to kill people too.

I have no interest in becoming a millionaire at the expense of others. I do not want to sit in my house who thinks all my gold coins alone because I'm so despicable that nobody wants to be around me.

I've spent a good part of my life learning self-esteem so I can become a better person than I already am. It is as Alexander Pope has said, "Know yourself, assume that God is not scanning. A proper study of humanity is a man." If there is one person, I want to be honest with it myself.

When I train on the YMCA on the treadmill, I take my binder with personal quotes that are important to me and my growth.

Many people experience professional growth by approaching degrees, attending courses and training and reading professional magazines. I've had professional growth, but I'm more interested in personal growth, good growth that challenges my thinking process and belief systems to encourage change for the better.

Here are some of my personal favorite quotes that help me to make changes. Maybe they might also be interested in you:

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George Clason

By faith:

Every place every day at any time, something magical can happen. It is called "faith".

Unknown

Change:

If you do not want a change, nobody can show you the way.

Unknown

When you teach others, you give up your power to change.

Unknown

On Nature:

Just as we can learn from our mistakes, we can get a person from our disappointment.

Robert Kiyosaki

At Dreaming:

Dream is a gift you give yourself.

Unknown

Unsuccessful:

Many life mistakes are people who did not know how close they were to success when they figured out.

Tomas Edison

In Fatigue:

Fear and fatigue inhibit the mind. Involve, courage and trust will flow into you.

Unknown

Imagination:

A mind that is once stretched by a new idea moves beyond its old constitution and never returns to the aforementioned limited issues. It is called "imagination."

Unknown

Integrity:

Nothing is later sacred but integrity of your own mind.

Unknown

Kindness:

You can not do goodness too soon, because you never know how soon it will be too late.

Ralph Waldo Emerson

On Luck:

Luck has a peculiar habit to pay those who do not rely on it.

George Clason

Take good care of coming to those who accept opportunities.

George Clason

Money:

Money is like sixth understanding without we can not exploit the other five.

W. Somerset Maugham

One can not condemn man to succeed financially because he knows how. Either one can with righteousness take away what he has done for a man, to give people less ability.

George Clason

Part of all I earn is holding me.

George Clason

Earnings money is a way to increase financial education quickly.

Robert Kiyosaki

Self-esteem is the first to matter between rich, middle and poor.

Robert Kiyosaki

On Preparation:

It was obvious that no one could do for the scholar what the secretary had done.

George Clason

Everyone needs to understand their understanding of what needs to be done and prepare them to take advantage of the opportunity to succeed in a big way.

George Clason

On Running:

When air movements become a daily routine, the strength and confidence come with.

Arthur Lydiard

About school:

I never let school interfere with my education.

Mark Twain

Self-control:

Yoga taught me "motivation", the ability to feel the desire and defer its effectiveness.

Unknown

Self-image:

What you think of me is none of my business. What matters most is what I think of myself.

Robert Kiyosaki

Always remember what matters to someone from outside, the most important conversation is the one you have with you.

Robert Kiyosaki

On Saul:

When the mind is controlled and still, the rest is the soul.

Unknown

On Stability:

When stability becomes a habit, follow development and clarity.

Unknown

Success:

Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success.

Albert Schweitzer

On Thoughts:

The hardest thing in the world to do is think, and that's why people make little of it.

Henry Ford

Your mind, more than your actions, determines your assets.

Robert Kiyosaki

Often we enjoy the pleasure of thinking.

John F. Kennedy

Keep your thoughts positive because thoughts become your word. Keep your words positive, because the words become your behavior. Keep your behavior positive, because your behavior becomes your habit. Keep your habits positive, because practices become your value. Keep your value positive, because the value will be your destiny.

Mahatma Gahdhi

(With Ed Bagley Edition)

(PostScript: Remember twbhvd to remember thoughts-word-behavior-routine-value-destiny)

My own thoughts and feelings are the cause of all my problems, not the world or the people in it. I have struggled to use my own negative thoughts and feelings to negatively impact on productive thoughts and actions. I let go of all the negative thoughts and feelings by dropping them out of my subconscious mind and in oblivion. I embrace all positive thoughts and feelings. My consciousness and subconscious mind are now clear and positive. I'm happy and free.

Ed Bagley

On time:

This time, as always, is very good when we know what to do.

Ralph Waldo Emerson

During Training:

My most common reminder for athletes and coaches is: train, no load.

Arthur Lydiard

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