Successful people radiate self-esteem, not self-disgust.
It is not rejection itself that people fear, it is the possible consequences of rejection. Preparing to accept those consequences and viewing rejection as a learning experience that will bring you closer to success, will not only help you to conquer the fear of rejection, but help you to appreciate rejection itself.
Negotiating techniques do not work all that well with kids, because in the middle of a negotiation, they will say something completely unrelated such as, "You know what? I have a belly button!" and completely throw you off guard.
We can create the ultimate job security by becoming less dependent on the organization for which we work and more dependent on our own resources.
Frustration, although quite painful at times, is a very positive and essential part of success.
Having a positive mental attitude is asking how something can be done rather than saying it can't be done.
I like to think of sales as the ability to gracefully persuade, not manipulate, a person or persons into a win-win situation.
If you are going to ask yourself life-changing questions, be sure to do something with the answers.
If you are only doing what you are getting paid for, and doing it no better than the average employee, then your pay is most likely right where it should be.
If you have not taken the time to define what happiness means to you, what have your spent your whole life pursuing?
If you think Abraham Lincoln became famous for inventing the town car, it is time to spend a few hours on history.
If you want plenty of experience in dealing with difficult people, then have kids.
Think of success as a game of chance in which you have control over the odds. As you begin to master concepts in personal achievement, you are increasing your odds of achieving success.
Those who improve with age embrace the power of personal growth and personal achievement and begin to replace youth with wisdom, innocence with understanding, and lack of purpose with self-actualization.
To me, living in the present means being aware of your conscious choice to focus on the past, present or future - it is not necessarily having to focus on the present.
Traditional investment vehicles such as IRAs, CDs, stocks and bonds do have their place, but for the rich, they are used more as temporary storage facilities rather than life-long homes.
True popularity comes from acts of kindness rather than acts of stupidity.
Untapped potential is the difference between where a person is now and where he or she can be.
Using rhetorical questions in speeches is a great way to keep the audience involved. Don't you think those kinds of questions would keep your attention?
Value people on their potential, not on their history.