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.)


146 | Randy Gage: “Don’t Use Your Kids as an Excuse Not to Do the Business. Use Your Kids as a Reason to Do the Business.”  

Randy Gage returns to the show to bring the truth about what it really takes to become financially free and independent, and the non-negotiable mindset you must have to stop making excuses and start reaching your goals. 

Learn more about Randy, his books, and his programs at Randy helps people transform self-limiting beliefs into self-fulfilling breakthroughs to achieve their dreams.

145 | Marci Shimoff: “The Only Difference Between You and Me is that You Can See My Handicap But I Can’t See Yours.”  

Author and transformational leader Marci Shimhoff makes her first appearance on the show today to talk about how we are all dealing with our own limitations and challenges whether you can see them or not, and that how we perceive ourselves can help us to overcome anything and live a fuller, happier life. 

For more from Marci, visit her website at

144 | Bill Eckstrom: “What Makes You Comfortable Can Ruin You. Only in a State of Discomfort Can You Continually Grow.”  

Bill Eckstrom talks to us about how the environments we live in and the amount of comfort we have in them will always determine how much we grow—or don’t grow—and how we can get uncomfortable more often. Bill is an entrepreneur, author, speaker, and President and founder of the EcSell Institute. You can learn more at

143 | Dr. Brene Brown: “It is Not About Winning, It's Not About Losing, It's About Showing Up and Being Seen.”  

Dr. Brene Brown is an author, storyteller, and researcher making her debut on the show today to talk about why just showing up, being who you are and doing what you really want will always be the most important thing, regardless of what other people are doing or saying about you.

Learn more about Brene's best-selling books, programs, and research at

142 | Inky Johnson: ““If You Don't Get Strong Enough to Possess Your Own Belief, Your Environment will Change You, Before You Change It”  

Inky Johnson returns for motivation Monday to remind us that sometimes we must let others believe in us more than we believe in ourselves, and how paying that belief forward will ensure that we achieve the goals that are bigger than us. 

Learn more about Inky at His book, Inky: An Amazing Story of Faith and Perseverance is available at 

Motivation Mix #004: There's Only One You  

Bob Proctor takes over this week's Motivation Mix to prove over and over again that there is only one YOU, everything you need is inside of YOU, and that you can do anything you want just as long as you believe you can. 

141 | Marie Forleo: “Everything is Figureoutable."  

Marie Forleo returns to the show with a short but powerful message about living by the phrase “Everything is figureoutable,” and that the simple act of believing that something is possible makes it so. 


For more from Marie, visit her website at or check out her YouTube channel at You can find Marie’s entire talk at SuperSoul.TV. 

140 | Dr. Srini Pillay: “If You are Lost, Look Inside. And When All Else Fails, Imagine”  

Dr. Srini Pillay, author, psychiatrist, coach, and brain researcher talks about how possibility is the force behind all growth, innovation and change, and how we can better take advantage of our brains and imaginations to create positive change in our own lives. 


Learn more about Dr. Pillay at His books, Life Unlocked and Tinker, Dabble, Doodle, Try are available on

139 | Dr. Willie Jolley: “A Setback is Nothing But a Setup for a Comeback.”  

Dr. Willie Jolley is today’s featured speaker and talks about the importance of having a positive attitude. He gives five simple steps to get there and how to keep going, even when things are tough. 


Learn more about Dr. Willie Jolley and his programs visit

138 | Wes Moore: “If It Doesn’t Make Your Heart Beat a Little Faster, It’s Not Your Work.”  

Author, speaker, and entrepreneur Wes Moore talks about the difference between a job and your work, and the three things you must do to find that special work that will impact other people and make your time here worthwhile. 


To learn more about Wes and his BridgeEdu program for college success, visit You can find his latest book, The Work: Searching for a Life That Matters on

137 | Les Brown: “The Person Who Has Never Made a Mistake Hasn’t Done Anything.”   

Les Brown is back to deliver your Monday motivation, talking about facing our fears, making mistakes, and doing something new to get us to where we want to go. 

For more from Les, visit his website at 

Motivation Mix #003: Jump  

This week's motivation mix is all about the importance of using your gifts, believing in yourself, and taking that jump so you can live the life of your dreams. Featuring Steve Harvey, Wayne Dyer, Mel Robbins, and Will Smith.

136 | Bob Proctor: "Nobody can do what you’re doing. There’s only one YOU.”  

Bob Proctor returns for Finance Friday to talk about why money mindset is never just about the money, and how nobody will ever be able to do what you do in the very same way you do it. 

Learn more about Bob and his programs at bob 

135 | Loretta Laroche: “It Takes Courage to Be Happy.”  

In today’s episode, stress expert Loretta Laroche talks about how our words play a big part in how we feel about ourselves and our lives and what you can do for a more positive life.


Visit Loretta’s website at to learn more about her books, programs and events.

134 | Darren Hardy: “You Can Never Own Success, You Can Only Rent It. And the Rent is Due Every Single Day.”  

Is success a choice? Darren Hardy, author of The Compound Effect, shares his “secret to success” in today’s episode and how to keep moving in the right direction every single day. 


You can get more from Darren on his website at His book, The Compound Effect, is available at and

133 | Mel Robbins: “Your Problem Isn’t Ideas, Your Problem is You Don’t Act on Them.”  

Mel Robbins, author of The 5 Second Rule: Transform your Life, Work, and Confidence with Everyday Courage, tells us about the importance of getting out of our heads and actually acting on our ideas —and the sooner the better. So, what are you waiting for?! 


You can learn more about Mel at Her book, The 5 Second Rule: Transform your Life, Work, and Confidence with Everyday Courage is available in bookstores,, and on, and comes with 31 video mentoring sessions to help you take action.

132 | Inky Johnson: “It’s Never About What We Go Through, It’s How We View What We Go Through."  

Former College Football Player Inky Johnson brings your Monday Motivation with his story of turning adversity into opportunity after a life-changing injury, and why it’s never about what happens to us but how we view it that really matters. 


For more from Inky, check out his website at or grab his book, Inky Johnson: An Amazing Story of Faith and Perseverance.

Motivation Mix #002: False Evidence Appearing Real  

This week’s motivation mix with Lisa Nichols, Bob Proctor, Les Brown, and Dr. John Demartini reminds us that fear is nothing but False Evidence Appearing Real, and that you owe it to yourself make fear your fuel, embrace change, and be 100% YOU. Yes, yes!

Today's clips come from these episodes:

- Episode 031: Les Brown
- Episode 112: Lisa Nichols
- Episode 108: Dr. John Demartini
- Episode 001: Bob Proctor

Enjoy your weekend!

131 | Napoleon Hill: “Don’t Procrastinate. Don’t Stand Still. Attack.”  

It’s flashback Friday with Napoleon Hill, author of Think and Grow Rich. He shares how to move beyond procrastination, embrace opportunity. You’ll also learn how he came up with the title of the classic book and how you can get your mind to do ANYTHING you want it to do. This clip comes from his audio program, Napoleon Hill: In His Own Voice, available on

130 | Og Mandino: “Try to Live Each Day as If It’s The Only One You’re Going to Have.”  

Og Mandino reminds us of the importance of making the most of today and shares one simple thing you can start doing right to change your life for the better in this short but sweet episode. You can find Og’s books and audio programs at or check out his YouTube channel for more from Og.

Video player is in betaClose