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John Paul Kotter

John Kotter quotes: on why it’s so hard to change, lead, and communicate effectively, and what to do about it.

“Most people don’t lead their own lives—they accept their lives.”

“Develop the change, vision, and strategy. Clarify how the future will be different from the past, and how you can make that future a reality. Do we have a credible path to achieve that goal?”

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Drew Canole Workout

How much money does Drew Canole, the face of Organifi, make? Read on for the answer. But first, here are his three keys to success.

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Steven Arthur Pinker

Steven Pinker quotes: on language, the mind, and human nature.

“Each of us is dealt a unique hand of tastes and aptitudes, like curiosity, ambition, empathy, a thirst for novelty or for security, a comfort level with the social or the mechanical or the abstract. Some opportunities we come across click with our constitutions and set us along a path in life.”

“Reason is just a means to an end, and the end depends on the reasoner’s passions.”

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Vince Sant With Dog

Vincent Seth Sant is the face of V Shred, the viral fitness, nutrition and supplement company he cofounded in 2015 along with Nick Daniel, Roger Crandall, and Kevin Pearn.

Their mission? To help ordinary people get max results with “minimum effective dose” workouts and eating plans you can actually stick with for the long-term.

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Raphael Vargas Real

According to his Instagram, Raphael Vargas is a superstar, multiple eight figure entrepreneur who lives fearless so he can die legendary.

You probably know him as one half of the hype machine that interrupts your YouTube watching to pitch automated Amazon stores for a small fortune.

But who is he really? And how rich is he? And where does he make most of his money from? I did some digging. But first, here’s a practical business that works for the average person.

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Real Ecom Raph Dylan

“If you have more than $30,000 in the bank and you have not heard about Amazon automation, I guarantee you… you are losing money,” says Raphael Vargas—looking like he’s about to sell me a used Cadillac with an altered VIN number—in his latest YouTube ad.

“A lot of people are investing in so many different revenue streams like the stock market, real estate… getting between five and seven percent [returns],” he continues.

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Daniel Kahneman

Daniel Kahneman quotes: the famous psychologist sounds off.

“Luck plays a large role in every story of success; it is almost always easy to identify a small change in the story that would have turned a remarkable achievement into a mediocre outcome.”

“Success equals talent plus luck; great success equals a little more talent plus a lot of luck.”

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Samad Consulting YouTube Ad

“On this bench is where I started the $7.5 million dollars I made from my office less agency,” Abdul Samad, cofounder of Modern Millionaires, opens with in his latest YouTube ad.

Which brings up so many questions. For instance, is that from actually running an agency? Or from selling suckers the system? And were Abdul and his business partner, Chance Anthony Welton, really featured in Forbes? Read on.

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AdOutreach.com New Webinar

Aleric Heck, in his new webinar, will show you how to create an “infinite pipeline” of course buyers, as well as coaching and consulting clients, using YouTube ads.

Read on for my AdOutreach review. But first, have a look at what we’re doing with free traffic from Google. Pay close attention because you’ll see live, money-making projects you can model.

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SecretMLMHacks.com Facebook Ad

Former funnel builder for Russell Brunson at ClickFunnels, Steve Larsen, has a confession to make. He apparently adds two people to his MLM downline, every single day, without pitching friends and family.

So is his Secret MLM Hacks program legit? Read on for my review. But first, a less slimy way to make some side money. Just repeat after my mentor. (He’s the douchey-looking one with the dreads.)

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James C Collins

Jim Collins quotes: the A List author’s very best advice.

“Dreams make you click, juice you, turn you on, excite the living daylights out of you. You cannot wait to get out of bed to continue pursuing your dream. The kind of dream I’m talking about gives meaning to your life. It is the ultimate motivator.”

“A dream is a feeling that sticks, and propels.”

“People need BHAGs: big hairy audacious goals.”

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Sir Kenneth Robinson

Sir Ken Robinson quotes: regarding rethinking education, understanding creativity, feeling accomplished, and more.

“Make the most of whatever it is that floats your boat.”

“Never underestimate the vital importance of finding early in life the work that for you is play.”

“Some dreams truly are ‘impossible dreams.’ However, many aren’t. Knowing the difference is often one of the first steps to finding your element, because if you can see the chances of making a dream come true, you can also likely see the necessary next steps you need to take toward achieving it.”

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Dan Ariely

Dan Ariely quotes: the professor’s popular soundbites.

“The things that motivate us are to help other people, to feel that we’re useful, to feel that we’re getting better, to feel that we are kind of living to our potential, to get a sense of meaning. All of those things are positive.”

“Giving up on our long-term goals for immediate gratification, my friends, is procrastination.”

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Malcolm Timothy Gladwell

Malcolm Gladwell quotes: highlights from his books and speeches.

“Success is not a random act. It arises out of a predictable and powerful set of circumstances and opportunities.”

“Success is a function of persistence and doggedness and the willingness to work hard.”

“Working really hard is what successful people do.”

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Adam Grant

Adam Grant quotes: the Wharton whiz puts on a quote clinic.

“Success doesn’t measure a human being; effort does.”

“The more you value achievement, the more you come to dread failure. Instead of aiming for unique accomplishments, the intense desire to succeed leads us to strive for guaranteed success.”

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