My first contact with Brendon Burchard was when I read The Motivation Manifesto, and went through the video training and this was an excellent experience.
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“It is time to remind ourselves that today’s thoughts and actions become our legacy” The Motivation Manifesto pg 168.
“If we wish to feel joy and gratitude in our lives, then we must direct our beliefs and behaviors in order to accomplish that end.” The Motivation Manifesto pg 157.
“Free and courageous people do not avoid their current circumstances but see them as temporary.To those who are self-reliant, reality is not fixed but rather fickle and moldable. They see their entire existence as something that can be shaped, toyed with, vastly improved. Nothing that exists today must exist forever. New ideas and new worlds can replace all that is known. Their only commitment is to creating the future they have imagined for themselves and their loved ones. The great say reality can be shaped and changed by my direct actions and so I will act with constancy to forge my ideal life. To them, their vision trumps reality, their dreams have more weight that their circumstances because they know circumstances are alterable with enough sweat and toil and dedication.” The Motivation Manifesto pg 138 – 129.
“The great sages have taught us that when doubt has a hold on us, only faith can tear us from its grasp. Faith is a deep conviction, a global trust and confidence in our beliefs about what is true. The conviction comes from choice – we choose to believe something and hold onto that belief tightly, even in the face of so many unknowns.” The Motivation Manifesto pg 124.
“As we choose faith again and again throughout our lives, we develop a mental toughness for beating away doubt.” The Motivation Manifesto pg 126.
“Don’t delay: Dealy’s voice gets louder as we get closer to action.” The Motivation Manifesto pg 127.
“Delay can be wiped out with the antidote of decisive action.” The Motivation Manifesto pg 128.
“We must do the things that we have put off and most fear doing, and we must do them now. Let us sit this very night and compose a list of things we have been delaying in our lives. What have you yet to begin?
Let us sit this very night and compose a list of things we have been delaying in our lives. What have you yet to begin?
What have you yet to begin?
Where did we stall our next move because of delay and what must be done to pick up the torch of progress once more?” The Motivation Manifesto pg 129.