Posts Tagged ‘achieve’

“Those who dare to fail miserably can achieve greatly.” -John F. Kennedy

“The distinction between an intention and a decision is the decision action to achieve the intention.” -Hal Mooz

“The distinction between an intention and a decision is the decision action to achieve the intention.” -Hal Mooz

“Without social cooperation modern man could not achieve the barest fraction of the ends and satisfactions that he has achieved with it. The very subsistence of the immense majority of us depends upon it.” -Henry Hazlitt

“A purposeful action is performed by a conscious being with a mind, who is trying to achieve a goal. Mindless behavior refers
to motions in the physical world that are the result of “mere nature” and not the intentions of another thinking being.” -Robert Murphy

“The distinction between an intention and a decision is the decision action to achieve the intention.” -Hal Mooz

“He (Dale Carnegie) said that most people fail to achieve their dreams because they don’t set goals.  But he also noted that some people fail because they have too many goals….  Carnegie’s advice was to narrow my objectives down to three, and then two, and then one.  And make that my top priority.” -Mark Ford

“Yes, you need a positive attitude to be happy.  But you can be quite successful by most measures simply by applying my success formula:

  • Decide exactly what it is you want.
  • Make it a primary goal.
  • Establish a series of yearly, monthly, weekly, and daily objectives to achieve that goal.
  • Resist the urge to give up along the way.

My own experience proves that, by doing this, you can achieve almost anything you want in life—even if you don’t have much faith in your own abilities.” -Mark Ford

“As I said, people who are emotionally positive about their chances for success have a history of succeeding.  They’re doers, not dreamers.  So, forget about positive thinking.  Instead, start rewiring your brain by working toward the goal you want to achieve or practicing the skill you want to master.  At first, you won’t feel very good about what you’re doing because you won’t be very good at it.  But stick with it.  Remember, it takes about 1,000 hours to achieve competency in anything worthwhile.” -Mark Ford

Wealth Success

Posted: April 9, 2015 in Money Matters
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“In order to achieve success in any wealth-building endeavor…you have to be willing and able to sell.” -Mark Ford