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  1. If you don’t conquer yourself, then you will be conquered by yourself. (Napoleon Hill)
  2. Choose a profession you love and you won’t have to work a day in your life. (Confucius)
  3. Don’t go with the flow, don’t go against the flow – go where you want to go. (Grace Hopper)
  4. Think about how much you could do if it were not for someone else’s opinion. (Stephen Covey)
  5. When you reach the end of the rope, tie a knot and hold on. (Franklin Roosevel)
  6. Many people look at the world around them and ask, "Why?" I look at the world around me with hope and ask: “Why not?" (George Bernard Shaw)
  7. When it seems that everything in life is collapsing, I begin to dream about what I will build on the vacated place. (Grace Hopper)
  8. The biggest obstacle is fear. The biggest mistake is to lose heart. (John Wooden)
  9. Many people will never make a breakthrough in their lives because they refused to step out of their comfort zone and take a step into the unknown… (Napoleon Hill)
  10. Success is achieved only by those who stay after everyone else leaves. (William Feeder)
  11. The last stage of failure is the first stage of success. (Carlo Dossi)
  12. A successful person is more focused on doing the right thing instead of doing the right thing. (Peter Drucker)
  13. The road to success is always an uphill road, and in order to climb it, you need to make an effort. (Willie Davies)
  14. Rather than just wanting fish, start spinning nets to catch it. (Chinese wisdom)
  15. If you can’t, then you must. And if you must, then you can. (Tony Robbins)
  16. Nothing in the world is absolutely wrong. Even a broken clock shows the exact time twice a day. (Paulo Coelho)
  17. Here are four steps to any great achievement: clear planning, careful preparation, a positive attitude, and hard work. (William Ward)
  18. Hanging on to a stable job all your life is much riskier than taking risks to learn how to build a business. One risk is temporary, while the other lasts a lifetime. (Robert Kiyosaki)
  19. Better to do it and regret it than not to do it and regret it twice. (Grace Hopper)
  20. If you decide to do something, but do not start doing it within 72 hours – in 85% of cases you will never do it. (Bodo Schaefer)
  21. If you can clearly imagine something, then you can achieve it. The only barriers in our lives are those we set for ourselves. (Brian Tracy)
  22. Always do what you are afraid to do. (Ralph Waldo Emerson)
  23. The one who can and does nothing is worse than the one who cannot, but tries to do something. (William Blake)
  24. Our achievements always match our ambitions. (Andrey Kurpatov)
  25. Don’t be afraid to give up the good to go for the great. (John D. Rockefeller)
  26. Dreams don’t work until you work. (Grace Hopper)
  27. Whether you think you are capable of doing something or you think you are not capable of it, you are right in both cases. (Henry Ford)
  28. You will never fail until you stop trying. (Mike Ditka)
  29. Once in a lifetime, fortune knocks on the door of every person, but at this time a person often sits in the nearest pub and does not hear any knocking. (Mark Twain)
  30. Even if you are on the right track, you will be run over if you just sit on the road. (Will Rogers)
  31. The most dangerous poison is the feeling of achieving a goal. The antidote to it is to think every night that you can do better tomorrow. (Ingvar Kamprad)
  32. Indecision has never won a battle. (William McKinley)
  33. Do as much as you can today, do more tomorrow! (John Wooden)
  34. If you only do the same thing that all mediocre people do, you will not get more than what typical mediocrities have at their disposal. (Brian Tracy)
  35. Whenever you see a successful person, you notice only the glory surrounding him, but not what he sacrificed for this. (Vaibhav Shah)
  36. Success requires no explanation, failure does not accept excuses. (Napoleon Hill)
  37. Whoever wants to go upstairs will invent a ladder. (Japanese wisdom)
  38. To be successful in life, you only need to win one battle – the battle with yourself. (Les Brown)
  39. We can achieve anything we want if we try enough. (Helen Keller)
  40. Man is made for action. Not to act and not to exist are one and the same for a person. (Voltaire)
  41. Failure causes some people to break and others to break records. (William Ward)
  42. A bullet whizzing an inch from its target is as useless as one that hasn’t flown from the muzzle. (Fenimore Cooper)
  43. Having reached the end, people laugh at the fears that tormented them at the beginning. (Paulo Coelho)
  44. Even if you lose, time will pass, and you will understand that the words “I tried and failed” sound much more worthy, more honest, higher and stronger than the banal excuse “I could if I tried.” (Al Quotion)
  45. Do your best, God will do the impossible. (John Wooden)
  46. If you fall in body, they will lift you up, if you fall in spirit, they will trample. (Les Brown)
  47. What doesn’t kill us makes us stronger. (Friedrich Nietzsche)
  48. You will never be able to solve a problem that has arisen if you keep the same mindset and the same approach that led you to this problem. (Albert Einstein)
  49. Whenever you innovate, be prepared to be called crazy. (Larry Ellison)
  50. Investments in knowledge pay the highest dividends. (Benjamin Franklin)
  51. Remember that there are only two days a year when you can’t do anything. One of them is called yesterday and the other is called tomorrow. (John Wooden)
  52. To be twice as successful, you need to double your attempts, because every defeat is just a great opportunity to start over, being more carefully prepared. (Henry Ford)
  53. The person who was able to move a mountain started by dragging small pebbles from place to place. (Chinese proverb)
  54. If no one criticizes you, it means that you have not yet achieved success. (Malcolm Forbes)
  55. Winners focus on winning, while losers focus on winners. (Eric Thomas)
  56. If you don’t learn to control yourself, others will control you. (Hasai Aliyev)
  57. Our great shortcoming is that we give up too quickly. The surest way to success is to keep trying one more time. (Thomas Edison)
  58. Obstacles are those scary things you see when you take your eyes off the goal. (Henry Ford)
  59. All victories begin with a victory over oneself. (Leonid Leonov)
  60. Someday later – a most dangerous disease that sooner or later will bury your dreams with you. (Timothy Ferris)
  61. And remember – there are no unattainable goals – there is a high coefficient of laziness, a lack of ingenuity and a stock of excuses. (George Berkeley)
  62. Fear stops action. Action stops fear. (Margaret Burke-White)
  63. Instead of complaining that a rose has thorns, I rejoice that a rose grows among thorns. (Joseph Joubert)
  64. Trying to succeed by doing nothing is like trying to reap a harvest where you have not sown anything. (David Bly)
  65. The strong fall – but rise, lose – but do not give up, fight and win. And the weak are not even able to set a goal for themselves. (John Wooden)
  66. If you work towards your goals, then those goals will work for you. (D. Ron)
  67. Better a small deed than a big plan without action. (Grace Hopper)
  68. The problem is that without risking, we risk a hundred times more. (Marcus Aurelius)
  69. If you don’t like what you get, change what you give. (Carlos Castaneda)
  70. In serious matters, care should be taken not so much to create favorable opportunities as to seize them. (Francois de La Rochefoucauld)
  71. There are 2 ways to get to the top of the oak tree. One is to sit on an acorn and wait for a tree to grow. The second is to climb the trunk. So choose yourself. (John Wooden)
  72. Success is a ladder, you can’t climb it with your hands in your pockets. (Paul Bauet)
  73. If I got this burden, then I can handle it. (Margaret Mitchell)
  74. Fulfill your dreams or someone will hire you to fulfill theirs. (Farrah Grey)
  75. The only real measure of success is comparing what you do with what you could do. (Paul Meyer)
  76. The worst thing is not “fail again”. The worst thing is “I don’t want to try anymore”. (Robert Orben)
  77. The poor, unfortunate, unhappy and unhealthy is the one who often uses the word "tomorrow". (Robert Kiyosaki)
  78. Not making mistakes means living an inferior life. (Steve Jobs)
  79. Success is the ability to endure defeat after defeat without losing enthusiasm. (Winston Churchill.)
  80. If you have a dream, desire and perseverance, you will grow even through asphalt. (Barney Wales)
  81. No one stumbles while lying in bed. (Japanese proverb)
  82. The minute you settle for less than what you deserve, you get even less than what you agreed to. (Maureen Dowd)
  83. Don’t say you don’t have time. You have exactly as much time as Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson, Pasteur, Helen Keller, Albert Einstein had. (Jackson Brown)
  84. The temptation to give up will be especially strong shortly before victory … (Chinese wisdom)
  85. The biggest mistake is that we give up quickly. Sometimes you just have to try one more time to get what you want. (Thomas Edison)
  86. Even if you are falling, you are still moving forward. (Victor Kiam)
  87. Hawks fly much higher when flying against the wind. (Winston Churchill)
  88. The road to success is never completely built. (Lily Tomlin)
  89. Who can, he does, who cannot, he criticizes. (Chuck Palahniuk)
  90. You will never swim across the ocean if you are afraid of losing sight of the shore. (Christopher Columbus)
  91. What matters is not whether you were knocked down, what matters is whether you got up again. (Vince Lombardi)
  92. Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must move. (Albert Einstein)
  93. Happiness is not in always doing what you want, but in always wanting what you do. (Lev Tolstoy)
  94. The biggest mistake we can make is the constant fear of making a mistake. (Elbert Hubbard)
  95. Do not look for motivation for yourself – become motivation for others! (Grace Hopper)
  96. If you want to have what you never had, you will have to do what you have never done. (Coco Chanel)
  97. The real hobby of our generation is whining and goofing off about nothing. Unsuccessful relationships, problems with studies, the boss is a fool. It’s all complete bullshit. If nothing works out for you, then there is only one asshole – it’s you. And you will be very surprised if you find out how much you can change just by getting your butt off the couch. (George Carlin)
  98. The vast majority of people fail because they don’t even know how close they were to success at the moment when they gave up. (Thomas Edison)
  99. Avoid those who try to undermine your faith in yourself. This trait is characteristic of small people. A great person, on the contrary, makes you feel that you can become great. (Mark Twain)
  100. The key to success is to turn dreams into reality. (Grace Hopper)
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