The trick to getting more done is tricking yourself to do more. Establish which one of these excuses you're falling back on, and you'll become more productive.
We allow people to convince us that something cannot be done just because it hasn't been done before.
When you want something, go out and get it.
The opposite of success isn't failure, it's practice.
You never want to fail because you didn't work hard enough.
"Hard work" isn't physical–it's emotional.
The game of golf is surprisingly a lot like the game of life: If you try to sink every shot, you’re only setting yourself up for failure.
No matter what type of project you embark on, so-called "haters" will always show themselves offering unproductive criticism. As it turns out, they're only as prominent as you make them.
If you've ever dreamed of, or just considered, finally writing the great American novel spinning around your head all these years, November is the time to do it. Why? Because it's National Novel ... [more]