Road To Success Principles: Quotes and Questions To Push You To The Next Level!
Ready to achieve more success? Allow me to inspire to take the next step with these 30 motivational Road To Success Principles: Quotes and Questions to take the steps needed to forge your way toward the personal and professional success you are looking for!
Today, I am sharing with you 30 quotes from various authors and leaders, as well as a video (including a summary and action steps),
from the motivational coach Tony Robbins!
As always, remember not simply consume information, but to take action after reading these road to success principles and quotes today!
- What gets measured (and clearly defined) does get done.” ― Mike Schmoker
- “Teamwork is the secret that makes common people achieve uncommon result.” ― Ifeanyi Enoch Onuoha
- “A non-doer is very often a critic-that is, someone who sits back and watches doers, and then waxes philosophically about how the doers are doing. It’s easy to be a critic, but being a doer requires effort, risk, and change.” ― Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
- “It’s only when we can work with something that brings out our strengths that we’re of any real use.” ― Henning Mankell
- “Everyone who got where he is has had to begin where he was.” ― Robert Louis Stevenson
- “Achieving a goal is nothing. The getting there is everything.” ― Jules Michelet
- “Our shortcomings drive us, motivate us – to work harder or realize another purpose/talent.” ― Aaron B. Powell
- “Once you make a journey to a near-impossible destination, you get to realize how everything and anything is possible” ― Luthfy Es-Haq
- “Keep your focus on the things you can actually control. Choosing to center on anything else will either stop you in your tracks or significantly slow you down.” ― Sherene McHenry
- “When you wake up each morning with a burning passion to accomplish a goal, you’ve already won the day.” ― George Alexiou
- “When aspirations are perceived to be achievable, ambition and drive can erase excuses.” ― Lorii Myers
- “Struggling is hard, so is achieving success; so you may as well choose success, over time it’ll seem easier.” ― Rob Liano
- “The difficult is what takes a little time. The impossible is what takes a little longer.” ― Fridtjof Nansen
- “Children take joy in their work and sometimes as adults we forget that’s something we should continue doing.” ― Ashley Ormon
- “I wake up starving for success, and no matter how much I accomplish I go to sleep striving for improvement; I refuse to let my enemies outwork me.” ― Noel DeJesus
- Conclude that you are worth achieving beyond your expectations” ― Gino Norris
- “I am not where I am because of luck. I am where I am because I took risks others weren’t willing to take. The world rewards risk-takers. It always has. It always will.” ― Dan Pearce
- “Sometimes we have to dig a little deeper, to reach a little higher.” ― AC Anderson
- “Discipline transforms the gifted to the great.” ― Raul Ramos y Sanchez
- The rewards of tomorrow are safely hidden in the belief of never quitting and not giving up on yourself today” ― Johnnie Dent Jr.
- “It’s ONLY with a NEW MINDSET and a SWIFT Action that you can span the gap between WHO and WHERE you are, and WHO and WHERE/WHAT you want to BE, DO and HAVE” ― Tony Dovale
- “If you only do what others have already done, you will only feel what others have already felt. However, if you choose to achieve something that no one has ever done, then you will have a satisfaction that no one else has ever had.” ― Sir Edmund Hillary
- “When you judge you are limiting yourself, you are limiting your reach.” ― Jorge Gw
- “What one has to do usually can be done.” ― Eleanor Roosevelt
- “Having contentment and gratitude in the present moment is the surest way to achieve success.” ― Bryant McGill
- “The world is round, and the place which may seem like the end may also be the beginning.” ― Ivy Baker Priest
- “To achieve great things, we must live as though we were never going to die.” ― Vauvenargues
- “The successful have the courage to walk each day toward something; only after coming through something.” ― Johnnie Dent Jr.
- “The successful possess the courage to walk each day toward something; after coming through everything.” ― Johnnie Dent Jr
- “Either you have dreamed big enough to overcome your fears or you have fears big enough to overcome your dreams.” ― Orrin Woodward
Ready take action? Then watch this video and work through the principles and questions below the video!
The 5 Simple Steps To Success
- Create a Vision
- Raise your standards to support your vision
- Create and follow through on supporting daily, weekly, and monthly rituals that are based on the new, better, and higher standards you chose for yourself.
- Celebrate your achievements
- Do it again.
Simple – not easy, but possible, if you apply yourself! Here are some questions you can ponder that can flesh out the necessary details to achieve the vision you have for yourself.
We live up to who we believe we are
- What believes about myself are empowering?
- What believes about myself are limiting?
- When did you decide to accept that limitation? And why?
- What believes do I want to have about myself?
- How can I start believing those beliefs about myself? What action can I take right now?
There is a basic human need for consistency to act according to how we define ourselves
- What are the standards in every aspect of your life?
- What do you want the standards in those areas to be?
- What actions can you take today, to raise your standard?
- What are your new musts?
- How can you define your new standards and musts so that they are a compelling goal? Use powerful, descriptive language to support your expanded identity.
- How can you create an environment that reinforces those musts? Examples are – reminders, routines, habits, rituals, physical environment, who you are hanging out with
Raise Your Standard!
Important to remember:
Rituals are simply stated, actions you take consistently = they are the true power for change
- What rituals can you put into place, that help you be consistent with your new beliefs and standards you have chosen?
- What are the reasons behind your desire to change? Write an affirmative statement containing those reasons! (A great book that talks about the power of using affirmations properly – among many other things – is The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod)
- What habits that you have right now are useful to your new chosen belief?
- What additional habits can you attach to these already established habits that raise your game even more?
- What habits that you have right now are not useful to your new chosen belief?
- What steps can you take right now to eliminate them? How can you make it harder for yourself to follow through on those habits? (for example, if you like to sleep in, move your alarm clock out of your reach in the morning, so that you have to get up out of bed to turn it on, or only buy healthy snacks, so that you are not even tempted to eat those unhealthy snacks you are trying to eliminate)
- What are you expecting of yourself?
- How can you improve your performance today, and every day – consistently?
- Who can you look up to as a role model to push you to the next level? How can you maximize your exposure to them?
- Who is hindering your success? How can you lower your exposure to them?
- What time-wasters can you eliminate out of your life?
- How would your life look like, if you would step up and increase your work ethic by 10 percent, 20 percent?
- Who are the top performers in your field?
- What habits do the top performers in your field have, that you don’t have yet?
- How can you deliver your best consistently to those who have put their trust into your service or product?
- How can you assist someone this month, this year, to reach their potential, by sharing your experiences with them?
- How can you contribute to your community at some level to make it a better place? Community does not always have to mean a physical location, it can be your spiritual community, a community of people that have something in common with you – for example, if you are disabled, how can you help other disabled people reach their own level of success or the care and dignity they deserve? Think outside of the box.