It's never too late to start. It's always too late to wait.— Jeff Olson
The most exciting Jeff Olson quotes that are proven to give you inner joy
You plant, then you cultivate, and finally you harvest.
Plant, cultivate, harvest. In today's world, everyone wants to go directly from plant to harvest.
Successful people form habits that feed their success, instead of habits that feed their failure.
There are only two possibilities. You are either going for your dreams or giving up your dreams. Stretching for what you could be or settling for what you are.
When you don't take responsibility, when you blame others, circumstances, fate or chance, you give away your power. When you take and retain full responsibility - even when others are wrong or the situation is genuinely unfair - you keep your life's reins in your own hands.
A positive philosophy turns into a positive attitude, which turns into positive actions, which turns into positive results, which turns into a positive lifestyle. A positive life.
Every day, in every moment, you get to exercise choices that will determine whether or not you will become a great person, living a great life. Greatness is not something predetermined, predestined or carved into your fate by forces beyond your control. Greatness is always in the moment of the decision.
Showing up is essential. Showing up consistently is powerful. Showing up consistently with a positive outlook is even more powerful.
Being productive and being busy are not necessarily the same thing.
Doing things won’t create your success; doing the right things will.
The journey starts with a single step—not with thinking about taking a step.
Sometimes you need to slow down to go fast.
Surround yourself with people of like mind and different talents and temperaments with the purpose of serving the goals of every member of the group. Associate with these people on a regular basis.
Successful people do whatever it takes to get the job done, whether or not they feel like it.
American naturalist John Burroughs put it, “A man can fail many times, but he isn’t a failure until he begins to blame somebody else.
The question we should be asking. Would I want to be sponsored by me?
I've always said if somebody wrote a book and they took their whole life to learn that knowledge in that book, why you won't just read that book to learn what they know? I have never seen anyone take a book combining Faith, personal Development and life stories that are just so practical and relatable to our own generation.
The truth is, what you do matters. What you do today matters. What you do every day matters. Successful people just do the things that seem to make no difference in the act of doing them and they do them over and over and over until the compound effect kicks in.
We only need to walk or bike ten percent of the time to make a significant change in society. That is just two days of walking, bicycling or taking transit per month for a typical commuter.
Position your daily actions so time is working for instead of against you.
For things to change, you've got to change. For things to get better, you've got to get better.
Would I want to be sponsored by me?
Time will be your friend or your enemy; it will promote you or expose you.
Remember: success does not lead to happiness - it's the other way around.
Greater happiness is what leads to greater success.
The reason diets and other how-to's don't work for most people is the same reason most how-to books and courses don't work for most people. It isn't that the actions are wrong. It's that people don't keep doing them.
Successful people do the things that unsuccessful people won't do.
Each and every incomplete thing in your life or work exerts a draining force on you, sucking the energy of accomplishment and success out of you as surely as a vampire stealing your blood. Every incomplete promise, commitment and agreement saps your strength, because it blocks your momentum, inhibits your ability to move forward, to progress and improve. Incomplete things keep calling you back to the past to take care of them.
When you have a better image of yourself physically, you have a tendency to live your life in a more positive way.
Successful people fail their way to the top!
There aren't many millionaires who bowl over 100.
Why not? Because they left the bowling league behind to build their fortunes.
Your habits operate at the unconscious level;
you are not normally aware of them. It's only by bringing a habit into your conscious awareness that you can observe what it's doing, how it empowers and serves you or doesn't.
The next time someone says "This sounds great, but I just don't have the TIME.
.." Look them straight in the eye, smile warmly, and ask, "Would you like to change that?"
How you feed your mind is every bit as critical to your happiness as how you feed your body.
You can't build your dream by what you're going to do or planning to do or intend to do. You only build your dream by building it.
You can gauge the limitations of a person's life by the size of the problems that get him or her down. You can measure the impact a person's life has by the size of the problems he or she solves.
Your income tends to equal the average income of your five best friends.