The Quote of the Day Show

The Quote of the Day Show


The Quote of The Day Show is your daily dose of inspiration, featuring the best-of-the-best speakers and prosperity teachers. Each episode spotlights an inspiring quote and 5-10 minute motivational audio clip to help you live a life you love. Your Pilot Week speakers include Bob Proctor, JJ Virgin, Dr. John Demartini, and Jake Ducey. Hosted by Sean Croxton. (All speakers have provided expressed permission for the use of their audio content.)


188 | Laura Vanderkam: “There. Is. Time.”  

Laura Vanderkam continues our time management theme, reminding us that although we can't make more time, we always have a choice about how we spend our time and have the power to fill our lives with whatever we want. She also strategies for how to prioritize and use your time more effectively. 


Laura’s website is Her most recent book, I Know How She Does It: How Successful Women Make the Most of Their Time is available on

187 | Bishop T.D. Jakes: “We Have Traded Effectiveness for Busyness.”  

Bishop T.D. Jakes makes his QOD debut to make us really think about how we’re spending our time and if we’re just being busy or if we’re actually being effective, and how we can begin to make the shift to spend more time on the things that really matter and maximize our lives. 

For more from Bishop T.D. Jakes, visit

Motivation Mix #011: The Company We Keep  

We become who we spend time with. On this week's mix, Jake Ducey, Tony Robbins, Lisa Nichols, Mike Humes, and Les Brown discuss the importance of having friends who support you and your dreams .. and not being afraid to find new ones.

186 | Michael Bernard Beckwith: “The Universe is Friendly and is For You.”  

Michael Bernard Beckwith makes his QOD debut to remind us that there is a gift in all of us that needs to be shared, and that a delay is never a denial when we’re on the journey to our best self because the Universe is always on your side. 


For more from Michael, visit

185 | Jennice Vilhauer: ”When You’re Motivated by What You Want, Change is Possible.”  

Dr. Jennice Vilhauer stops by the show for the first time today to talk about how we almost always get exactly what we expect for better or for worse, and that if plan for the outcome we’re looking for, we can match up our expectations with what we really want so that we can take consistent action to actually get it. 

184 | Robert E. Grant: “Every Moment Free from Fear Makes Man Immortal.”  

Robert Grant makes his debut today to talk about the endless possibilities that will come when you free your mind from fear, and that it’s completely up to you to decide whether each day is going to be the best—or the worst—day of your life.

183 | John Addison: “Time is Too Precious for Timid Dreams.”  

John Addison makes his QOD debut to share how can you have a better, happier, less stressful tomorrow, regardless of your circumstances and to remind us that there is only one you and only one today, so you must find your focus and take action to live your dreams now. 


For more from John, visit His book, Real Leadership, is available on

182 | Steve Harvey: “Statistics are for Losers.”  

Steve Harvey is back once again for Motivation Monday, talking about why old wise sayings may not always be so wise,  and why statistics don’t mean anything if you have a dream, a plan, and are willing to do the work.


Steve’s website is His latest book, Jump, is available on

Motivation Mix #010: Money  

This week’s mix is all about MONEY: How we feel about money and why we feel that way, how we can have more money, and why having more money and creating wealth for yourself will improve not only your own life, but all you to do more good in the world. 


Featured speakers include Jim John, Dan Millman, Bob Proctor, T. Harv Eker, Dr. John Demartini, and Randy Gage. 

181 | Steve Harvey: “Find Out What Your Gift is and Pursue It with Everything in You.”  

Steve Harvey is back for Finance Friday to talk about the importance of not only finding your gift but taking action to pursue it with everything you've got, because living in your gift will lead you to happiness and success. 


For more from Steve visit

180 | Les Brown: “Someone’s Opinion of You Does Not Have to Become Your Reality.”  

Les Brown returns for another classic episode about the many obstacles that prevent us from reaching our goals, and how to get beyond the opinions of others so that we recognize our own self-worth and reach our true potential. 


For more about Les's books, programs, and events visit 

179 | Mike Humes: “What is It That You’re Willing to Sacrifice Today Short-Term So You Can Have Everything You Want Long-Term?”  

Mike Humes is making his first appearance on the show today to talk about how so many of us want to change but are unwilling to do what we know we should do and let go of the things that are holding us back, and how we can better hold ourselves accountable on the journey to success. For more from Mike, visit

178 | Gloria Mayfield Banks: “Courage is Required.”  

Dr. Gloria Mayfield Banks makes her QOTD Show debut to talk to us about the three things required for success - courage, confidence, and choices - and that if you follow the success formula, it will work 100% of the time. 


For more info on Dr. Gloria Mayfield Banks' books, programs,  and events, visit

177 | Mel Robbins: “Courage is What You Need Everyday.”  

Mel Robbins is back for Motivation Monday with a reminder that sometimes it takes courage just to do the small things, and if you take the time to listen to your inner wisdom, you always have the power inside of you to change anything — even your life — and how you can do it in just five seconds.


For more from Mel visit

176 | Dr. Wayne Dyer: "No Quote, Just Awesome!"  

In this short but sweet episode, Dr. Wayne Dyer returns to continue the discussion about how almost everything we do is automatically programmed into our daily lives, and if we want to reach our full potential, we can transcend our limitations and redefine who we are by changing our habits and reprogramming our subconscious minds.

For more information about Dr. Dyer’s books and programs, visit

175 | Amy Morin: “The Only Person You Should Compare Yourself to is The Person that You Were Yesterday.”  

Amy Morin makes her debut on today's episode to help you discover the bad mental habits and unhealthy beliefs that are holding you back, and how you can train your brain to become mentally strong and healthy so that you can make the choices and changes you need to make to improve your life. 


For more from Amy, visit Amy’s book, 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do is available on

174 | Simon Sinek: "Generosity is Doing Something for Someone Else Expecting Nothing in Return.”  

In today’s episode, Simon Sinek reminds us about the importance of human interaction and the true spirit of generosity, and that the best way to feel good and fulfilled in any area of your life is to help others. 


Simon’s website is His most popular books, Start With Why and Leaders Eat Last are available on

173 | Carrie Wilkerson: “Stop Answering Email All Day Long!”  

Carrie Wilkerson, The Barefoot Executive, makes her debut on the show to talk about success and the myth of work life balance and that if we want to get more done and be more present in our everyday lives, we need to get organized and get rid of the things that distract us from what we value most. 


Learn more about Carrie at

172 | Inky Johnson: “Commitment is Staying True to What You Said You Would Do Long After the Mood that You Said It in Has Left.”  

Inky is back for motivation Monday, talking about the importance of commitment, persistence, and keeping your word to yourself and others, and that the results we get will only ever come from the work we put in each and every day. 


For more from Inky visit His book, Inky: An Amazing Story of Faith and Perseverance at 

171 | Jim Rohn: “If You Have Enough Reasons, You Can Do the Most Incredible Things.”  

Do you want just make a living or design your life? Jim Rohn returns to the show for Finance Friday, talking about the importance of learning how to set goals, and that having the right, big enough reasons can change everything and make all the difference in how your life turns out. 


For more from Jim, visit

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