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Sean Stephenson Quotes

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Sean Stephenson quotes: wise words from the late self-help sensation.

“Life is a process of growing into your greatness.”

“You better have a vision for your life. You better have a really clear vision for where you are going. What do you want? Who do you want to become?”

“If you have a heartbeat, there’s still time for your dreams.”

“The ability to manage your focus is one of your greatest powers. What you put your attention on determines what you accomplish, how you feel, and what you can handle in life. You might even say that it has the biggest influence over what happens to you in life.”

“No one stumbles into an awesome life, filled with wealth, health and love. Epic lives are the result of epic planning.”

“You’ll go further when you stop competing and start cooperating with yourself.”

“You make a new life by making new choices.”

“Until you take ownership for your life, you will always be chasing happiness.”

“Until you believe you have options, you’ll continue to feel stuck.”

“That which takes effort, improves your life.”

“Life will try and beat you down, it will try and tell you that you can’t, it will try and tell you that you are not good enough. And it’s right… if you choose to believe it. The real truth of life is that you have a power and a potential beyond what anyone could ever believe or imagine. But you must be willing to ignore the negative predictions and focus only on that which empowers you.”

“If we could get paid to be distracted, everyone would be rich!”

“Doubt is a virus that attacks our self-esteem, productivity and confidence. Faith that you and your life are perfectly unfolding is the strongest vaccine.”

“Fears are a complete waste of your time. Nine times out of 10, whatever you’re afraid of is not dangerous or life-threatening. In fact, it’s probably not even real.”

“Psychical confidence is the external expression of our internal state of confidence. In simpler terms, it is how confidence looks and sounds.”

“Anytime you’re trying to prove yourself to someone, it’s a form of arrogance. When you’re trying to improve yourself, it’s a form of confidence.”

“Any bozo can start something. It takes a badass to finish.”

“We must respect ourselves. Practice talking to yourself the way you would talk to a best friend, a mentor, or someone you really look up to. Trust me, life will place plenty of obstacles in your path. You can’t afford to be one of them yourself.”

“Self-reflection, when placed right in front of your face, can cause feelings of discomfort. That’s why many alcoholics don’t like to drink alone, food addicts want you to join them in dessert, and procrastinators want you to blow off your work and goof around with them.”

“We all want to be right. It’s what drains us most.”

“No matter who you are, you’re going to face people who refuse to see you get what you want in your life. Who don’t want you to find love. Who will spite you if you make money. Who will call you arrogant if you take great care of your body and sculpt your muscles. However, don’t let them fool you, they don’t actually hate you. Doubt and fear is crushing down on their chests, suffocating their souls. Their barks of hatred are actually blood-curdling cries of envy, the result of self-disappointment.”

“Want to be taken more seriously? Achieve greater results.”

“People often underestimate the power of small habits done consistently. If you want to live a life of abundance, success, happiness, and well-being, then start with the small things. Wake up earlier than you need to, read for 15 minutes a day, eat one meal filled with micronutrients and whole goods, keep your space clear, connect with people that you love. Do not overcomplicate the path to a good life. It is often the smallest habits that have the biggest impact on our lives.”

“Never believe a prediction that does not empower you.”

“If someone tells you, ‘You can’t,’ they really mean, ‘I can’t.'”

“When I hear excuses muttered from another, I’m reminded to stop repeating those of my own.”

”You have to recreate the reality you want every single day. I don’t think anything positive ever really sticks.”

“The next time you find yourself stressing out, look for what’s funny in the situation instead of what’s ‘not fair.'”

“Self-pity is a drug. Pity is a drug. Your first hit on the pity pipe makes you feel good, but it’s just a temporary fix. All too soon, it leaves you in a darker place, craving more.”

“You are at the source of being fat, sick, tired, broke, angry, depressed, and lonely. Stop blaming your boss, family, neighbor, lover, government, society, or God. You are the one at the scene of the crime every time something goes wrong in your life. Stop looking for a fall guy, a scapegoat, or an innocent bystander to pin your problems on.”

“Clutter clogs creativity.”

“Creating heaven on earth will take raising some hell.”

“Sometimes jerks win. So what? Doesn’t mean you have to be one to win.”

“Making a mistake might cost you a job. Not making any mistakes will cost you your destiny. I’m not afraid to make mistakes, that’s why my life rocks!”

“To go far you have to stop counting the miles and just celebrate the drive.”

“As crass as it may sound, sometimes life does suck! Our challenge is to pull through and trust that we can alter the future with each choice we make in the present.”

“Fairness is an illusion. Fairness never existed and never will. No one in life gets less or more than anyone else.”

“It’s never your fault, but it’s always your responsibility.”

“Your ‘poor me’ story doesn’t keep you company; it keeps you hostage.”

“No one accidentally falls into a really crappy life. They built it slowly over years of neglecting the essentials.”

“Some people would rather stay stuck on their ‘buts,’ addicted to the certainty of failure, than risk the possibility of disappointment.”

“Anything is possible if you get off your ‘but’ and stand! The only thing that has ever held you back from having what you want in life is the size of your ‘but.’ Our ‘buts’ are huge. And the longer we sit on them, the more they continue to grow!”

“You don’t have control of practically anything in life. But what I do know we have control over is what we make something mean.”

”A person in great shape needs less sleep and has less brain fog (at least that’s been the case in my life).”

“Want more energy? Stop making excuses, complaining, and worrying. The body does not run efficiently when fed that crap.”

“My personal remedy for stress requires no training and can be done anywhere, at any time, by anyone. What is it? Laughter. The benefits of laughter are impressive. It boosts your immune system, exercises practically every muscle group, and releases natural pain-relieving chemicals into your bloodstream. Even a small amount of research into laughter yields an overwhelming amount of evidence that laughter heals. In fact, even curving your mouth upward in the semblance of a smile–no matter how you feel inside–stimulates your brain to release healing chemicals into your system.”

“Do at least one thing a day that isn’t easy but rewarding.”

“When a three-foot-tall man in a wheelchair tells you that you can live life without feeling bitter, and you can live life and look at what you do have instead of what you don’t have, you’re more likely to listen to that.”

“Communication is merely an exchange of information, but connection is an exchange of our humanity.”

“Choose the words you say to yourself wisely; they are creating your reality.”

“To stay happy you need to be vigilant over what goes into your mind and out of your mouth.”

“In your life you’ll be criticized for speaking up and criticized for remaining silent. Criticism is a part of the path.”

“It’s no coincidence that good words make us feel good and that hurtful or angry words make us feel bad. There is a 100% correlation between the words we choose and how we feel.”

“When you attempt to please others by doing what doesn’t please you, the result is always resentment.”

“Friendship is all about opening up and letting in the highest-quality people you can find. It’s about trusting a person enough to know that your dreams are supported and safe in his airspace, as well as supporting him in the same way when he needs it.”

“The best friendships are void of guilt and keeping score.”

“When you smile at people, it’s a signal to what you are bringing to their life.”

“Gratitude is simply focused appreciation. It is nearly impossible to be upset in a space of gratitude.”

“Happiness is an interpretation, the optimistic interpretation of that which happens to you.”

“Make dreams happen for other people and you’ll be flooded with miracles.”

“If you want to be a ‘real’ man, if you want to fully embrace your masculine energy, then you must be willing to step outside of your comfort zone and take control of your life. Stop allowing negative people, patterns, and beliefs to dictate your actions and start standing up for yourself. If you want something, go get it. If you believe in something, then stand for it. If you love someone, then show it. Stop making excuses and sabotaging yourself and start living your life!”

“Life is too damn short to be spent doing things that we don’t love. Pick those activities that fill you up, and then go and do them.”

“You are enough. In this very moment, you have everything that you need to succeed sitting inside of you. You just have to be willing to unleash it and embrace your true power. You are enough for whatever it is that you want to achieve. Never let a damn soul tell you otherwise.”

”The worst gig I had was speaking at a high school in the cafeteria; I was placed by the napkin dispenser on hot dog day.”

“I love everyone. Why? The moment I dislike someone, they own me. They own my energy, thoughts, feelings, etc.”

“Take care of your mind, body, and spirit and the rest will be handed to you on a silver platter.”

“To live a great life: get paid to do your passion. Marry someone amazing. Take great care of your health. Give back!”

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