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Gene C. Hayden Quotes
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"When you have faith in yourself, you don't require absolute proof of
what will be, and you don't need the buy in of others."
"If your goal doesn't promote values or ideas that are meaningful to
you, then you may not be able to access the trust and confidence you need
to make that goal happen."
"Ask anyone who has ever achieved a goal of any kind and they'll tell
you the same thing: you've got to want it. Not need it, want it."
"Behind every door there is something of value, but not one will lead
to the perfect life."
"People with the follow-through factor insist that the most important
thing is to take steps to bring any meaningful idea to life, and that the
idea itself is secondary."
"You can sit in your chair for years thinking about all the things you
could be doing. And five years from now, you'll still be sitting
"You'll find when you stick with something through thick and thin, setback
and success, your affection for it actually grows, not diminishes."
"You don't need to know as much as you think to begin following through
on your goal, it's a learn as you go process. Break your idea down
into questions and take it one question at a time."
"At some point, you may have to be prepared to fake it until you make
it. Act as if you do have a clue and boldly follow your plan, despite
not being certain that you're doing it right. Only trial and error
will give you the experience you lack today."
"Things could go wrong, things could work out great. No one has
a crystal ball, but the good news is that no matter what happens, we almost
always manage much better than we thought we would."
"To believe in yourself, first and foremost, you have to have faith in yourself."
"Fear is like your own personal crossing guard. It's so bent on
protecting you that it would keep you standing on the sidewalk forever
if it could."
"Self-doubt is fear's best friend. The inner critic reminds you
of past failings so you don't get cocky about taking risks. Those
who follow through aren't without fear and doubt, but they have learned
to shut them out."
"The time is never ideal, but you don't have the luxury of putting your
idea on hold, because ideas expire if left unattended for too long."
"If you don't think you have moment to spare, remember that what you
do with each moment is always a matter of choice. Take stock of what
you're saying 'yes' to, and what you're saying 'no' to, throughout the
course of your day."
"The most common mistake people make in writing out plans is thinking
too big. They break their action plan down into a few lofty tasks
without indicating the micro-steps required to get from one milestone to
"The trick to moving forward, even when your feet are dragging, is to visualize the outcome you want."
Written by Gene C. Hayden
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Sometimes it takes a lot of courage to assume the power in your own life especially when you've been in the habit of giving it away. But if you let others control key issues, you allow them to direct your energy and destiny too.
You can read and listen all you want, but unless you decide that you want to become a positive person, a person who thinks positive, acts positive, and speaks positive (both proactive and reactive), your attitude will not be a positive one.
Our brains simply can't hold the two ideas at the same time. You can't grow and shrink at the same time. It would defy physical laws. The same is true with our thinking.
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