The Quote of the Day Show

The Quote of the Day Show

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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.)

Episodes

106 | Randy Gage: “True Prosperity is a Value-for-Value Exchange. The More Value You Create, The More Prosperity You’re Going to Attract.”  

It's Finance Friday! Speaker and author Randy Gage encourages you to create your own economy. Remember, a down economy is an OPPORTUNITY to solve problems and challenges for others. You'll also find out what true prosperity really is, and how your subconscious gets infected with common mind viruses that may be causing financial insecurity.

Pick up Randy's book Why You're Dumb, Sick, and Broke on Amazon. It's one of my favorites. And stop by his website at www.randygage.com.

Have a splendid weekend!

 

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104 | Jack Canfield: “People Without Goals Get Used by Other People Who Have Them. People Who Don’t Have Goals Work for People Who Do.”  

Jack Canfield, co-founder of the Chicken Soup for the Soul book series, returns to the QOD to share 3 ways to accelerate the Ask, Believe, Receive phases of The Law of Attraction. 

103 | Norman Vincent Peale: “Problems Constitute a Sign of Life. The More Problems You Have, the More Alive You Are.”  

The great Norman Vincent Peale, author of The Power of Positive Thinking, encourages us to see problems for what they really are, opportunities to become stronger versions of ourselves.

101 | Earl Nightingale: “The Amount of Money We Receive will Always Be in a Direct Ratio to the Demand for What We Do, Our Ability to Do It, and the Difficulty in Replacing Us.”  

It’s Finance Friday! Earl Nightingale breaks down the fundamentals of money, reminding us of what money is, how much of it is enough, and how to earn the amount of money you need to live the way you want to live. Plus, you’ll find out money is in fact important, and the 3 things that will always influence your ability to earn money.

This clip comes from Earl’s classic audio program, Lead the Field, available on iTunes, Audible, and from Nightingale Conant. 

 

097 | Lisa Nichols: “Who Are You Willing to Become at the Risk of Being Seen? What Are You Willing to Do at the Risk of Being Wildly Successful?”  

We’ll do it when everything is perfect.

Many times, waiting for everything to be perfect (including ourselves) is what keeps us from making our contribution to the world. We want everything to be just right before we can shine our lights and be seen.

But what if your perfection isn’t what the world really needs? What if I told you that the day you declare things to be perfect, you will have lost your ability to connect with those you wish to help?

The truth is, perfection isn’t the least bit relatable. It’s not real. It comes off as inauthentic. It makes you appear a little less human.

Besides, things will never be perfect. And really, that’s something we should all be grateful for. Because whenever we fall, we have the opportunity to show the world how we get up.

What we view as our undesirable imperfections can be the greatest source of inspiration in the lives of other.

On today’s episode of The Quote of The Day Show, Lisa Nichols give a POWERFUL talk on the beauty of your imperfection. I bet you can’t listen to this just once!

You can watch the entire 60-minute talk on the Mindvalley Academy YouTube channel.

Speaking of Lisa, she has a FREE all-week Prosperity Power Jam kicking off TODAY and running through Friday. Sign up to watch and hear Lisa and her hand-picked lineup of authors, speakers, and coaches show you how to move toward your goals.

Okay, that’s it for me. Enjoy today’s QOD, and I hope you get to catch some of Lisa’s event this week.

Happy Monday!


096 | T. Harv Eker: “When You’re Broke, Who Exactly Are You Helping?”  

It's Finance Friday! T. Harv Eker is back to reveal two REALLY good reasons to earn more money.

1. For greater contribution to the world.

2. For eating whatever the heck you want to eat.

Today's clip comes from Harv's audio program Secrets of the Millionaire Mind in Turbulent Times available on Audible and from Nightingale Conant.

 

 

094 | Jake Ducey: “Anything That You’re Seeing in Your Life, You Can Totally Reshape It.”  

Jake Ducey is back to reveal the power you have within to look at the world in a totally different way by reprogramming your subconscious mind.

Pick up Jake’s FREE hypnosis mp3 at www.jakeducey.com/hypnosis.

093 | Jim Rohn: “What You Don’t Know Will Hurt You. Ignorance is Not Bliss.”  

Legendary speaker Jim Rohn shares three of his 4 Ifs that Make Life Worthwhile. Today you’ll find out how to learn from your negative and positives experiences (and those of others), the power of giving it a shot, and why you want to STAY until the game is over.

This clip comes from the audio program Motivational Legends: Training, Development & Character for Personal Success available on Audible.

092 | Les Brown: “What You Hold Back from Life, Life Holds Back from You.”  

It’s like a boomerang.

You can stand near the cliff, launch it through the sky, and soon it will come back.

In fact, there’s no doubt that it will return. It comes back every single time. It’s physics.

Just as physics operates on clearly defined, reliable laws, so too does giving.

What you give comes back. Every single time. 

It may not comes back immediately. It may not come back from where you expected. But it will come back. It’s a law.

Unfortunately, many of us stand petrified on our cliffs, anxiously clutching our boomerangs of generosity, contemplating the possibility that they will never return once we let them fly.

We feel like giving makes us vulnerable to losing something that we may never get back, especially when we think we don’t have much to give.

As Les Brown says on today’s episode …

“Most people don’t give because they don’t understand the ABUNDANCE in life. And so they go through life holding back on life, not understanding that what you hold back from life, life holds back from you.”

When you’re standing on the cliff clutching your boomerang, you keep your hand from opening to receive.

Today’s clip comes from Les Brown’s audio program The Power of Purpose available on Audible and from Nightingale Conant.

Happy Monday!!

091 | Zig Ziglar: “When You Do More Than You’re Paid to Do, You Will Eventually Be Paid More For What You Do.”  

As Zig Ziglar says, work is the price we pay to travel the highway of success. In other words, if you want to be successful you have to work. There’s no getting around it. And when you love your work, you will reap its rewards many times over. It never fails. 

On today’s episode, Zig states his case for establishing strong work habits, enjoying your work, and how to get paid more for what you do.

This clip comes from Zig’s audio program, Goals: How to Set Them, How to Reach Them, available on Audible and the Nightingale website.

090 | Brian Tracy: “Courage is the Ability to Launch with No Guarantee of Success.”  

I don’t know much about airplanes.

Actually it’s probably my lack of knowledge about how a ginormous piece of metal can stay up in the air that sends me into a minor panic at the first sign of turbulence. 

But there’s one thing I do know about planes. It’s that they don’t go from point A to point B in a straight line. In fact, each plane is outfitted with a mechanism that allows for course correction. In other words, when the plane gets off course, this mechanism gets it back on track. 

Why am I telling you this?

Well, because this is exactly how successful people operate. They don’t always make the right decisions. They don’t always crush the product launch. In fact, most successful people will admit to making almost as many bad moves as good ones.

Yet despite these errors, what make the successful person soar is her ability to course correct. To accept the feedback and shift course while riding out the turbulence and keeping her eyes trained on the destination.

Decide. Accept feedback. Correct course.

Act courageously. Accept feedback. Correct course.

Persist. Accept feedback. Correct course.

On today’s episode of The Quote of The Day, author and speaker Brian Tracy talks about the power of decision, courage, and persistence. Plus, he reveals what a 12-year study revealed to be the difference between who succeeds and who doesn’t. 

This clip comes from an excellent audio program called Motivational Legends: Training, Development & Character for Personal Success available on Audible.

089 | Marianne Williamson: “It is Not Up to You What You Learn. It is Merely Up to You Whether You Learn Through Joy or Through Pain.”   

Marianne Williamson is back to encourage you to face your challenges and issues head-on instead of sweeping them under the rug.

087 | Wayne Dyer: “Failure is Only Bad When You Equate It with Your Self-Worth.”  

Failure has nothing to do with you as a person. It doesn’t mean that YOU are a failure. It doesn’t have anything to do with your self-worth. Failure is feedback, and an opportunity to get back up and shift your strategy. Listen in as Dr. Wayne Dyer makes a compelling case for what failure really is, and where your true worth comes from. 

Today’s clip comes from Dr. Dyer’s audio program Secrets of The Universe available on the Nightingale Conant website and on Audible

 

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