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20 High Achievement Quotes by Robin Sharma

In this post, I'm sharing 20 High Achievement Quotes from Robin Sharma, author of “The Leader Who Had No Title." During the almost 90 days that I've been on Robin's email list, I have been exposed to information that has helped me to get clear about the direction I want to take my personal and professional life.

He's helped me to accept my definition of success and what it takes for me to get there on a timeline that allows me to not rush my life, but to enjoy its sacred moments.

Robin Sharma is a refreshing leader. I feel fortunate that our paths have crossed.

This post does not represent any form of affiliate marketing. It is a sincere appreciation for someone who's information is positioning me to live radical...by faith with a greater sense of courage. For this, I am thankful.  

Robin's message to  those on his email list:

The other day I promised to send you 20 of my best quotes for getting bold dreams and bright goals done. These come from my books, tweets and blog posts… …they are central pieces to my formula for extreme achievement that has helped millions of people in 100+ countries build lives that matter. And realize their highest potential.

I know you’re awesome. But–with sincere conviction–today I encourage you to BANISH your excuses, PUSH your limits, beat your fears and present your GREATEST self to the world… …The 20 carefully chosen quotes that I’ve developed over the years will help you immeasurably…if you live by them… So with a ton of great wishes, here you go:

#1. Dream Big. Start small. Act now.
#2. Victims make excuses. Leaders deliver results.
#3. Clarity breeds mastery.
#4. Education is inoculation against disruption.
#5. A problem is only a problem when viewed as a problem. #6. All change is hard at first, messy in the middle and gorgeous at the end.
#7. If you’re not scared a lot you’re not doing very much.
#8. Where victims see adversity, extreme achievers see opportunity.
#9. The project you are most resisting carries your greatest growth.
#10. Small daily improvements over time lead to stunning results.
#11. Criticism is the price of ambition.
#12. Potential unexpressed turns to pain.
#13. Ordinary people love entertainment. Extraordinary people adore education.
#14. Your daily behavior reveals your deepest beliefs.
#15. The only failure is not trying.
#16. Focus is more valuable than IQ.
#17. To double your income, triple your investment in self-development.
#18. Your excuses are nothing more than the lies your fears have sold you.
#19. An addiction to distraction is the end of your creative production.
#20. Life is short. Be of use.

In the following video, Robin shares 3 tips on Happiness!






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B Fearless,

JackieB


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