Being successful requires saying no to the wrong things — the wrong money, wrong relationships, and wrong life choices.
Even if it doesn’t work, action will bring you clarity.
Most people would rather look good in mediocrity than look stupid on the road to success.
If you want extraordinary success, you have to put an extraordinary amount of time into your craft — and focus on learning, not just putting in the hours.
Not being yourself will destroy you. You can only be happy and free if you’re you — and no one else.
One of the greatest superpowers I’ve gained in my twenties is I’m not afraid to look stupid anymore.
If you want to be truly successful, you need to say no to merely “good” things.
This is a pride thing. It’s one of the main killers of marriages, friendships, and even families.
I once heard being jealous and resentful is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die. I thought that was an eerily accurate description.
I have a friend who wants to create a business that connects future brides and wedding vendors for easy communication. She wants to quit her day job and eventually make this idea her full-time job.