Tuesday, November 27, 2012

2013 TKR: Quick Quotes about setting goals

Quick Quotes about setting goals
Self-help--Thinkerer
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  • The reason quotes stick around is that they fit lots of things.  
  • So look them over.  
  • You may find one that fits you.  
  • Or somebody you know.

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  • A journey of a thousand miles begins with choosing where to go. 
  • If you do what you've been doing, your life will be like this forever. Is that good news? 
  • Your success lies not in satisfying others but in satisfying yourself 
  • If you want motivation, make your own choice. 
  • The key to motivation is choosing the goal. 
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  • Your goal is where you are going. Whether you notice it or not.
  • If you don't know where you are going, you won't know when you get there. 
  • The secret to getting there is to know where you're going. 
  • If you don’t know where you’re going, you'll wind up somewhere else. 
  • The secret of life is not to do what you like, but to like what you have to do. 
  • Motivation means having your whole head behind you. 
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  • If you don’t have goals, you don’t need motivation. 
  • If a thing is worth doing, it is worth knowing why you are doing it. 
  • Can you find satisfaction if you don’t know what will satisfy you? 
  • The tire model for motivation: People do best at the right pressure. 
  • Irregularly conjugated verb: I am pursuing a hobby. You are wasting time. He is lazy. 
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  • Half-hearted is half-headed. Half headed one way, half headed the other. 
  • Bloody Mary: If you don't have a dream, how you gonna have a dream come true? 
  • If you don’t have goals, other people will provide them. 
  • Keep your eye on the prize. 
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  • The key to getting people to follow you is to know where you are going. 
  • Maybe your goal is to be in charge of your moods. 
  • The secret to getting cooperation is to think about other people's goals. 
  • The power of a goal is in getting your head together. 
  • If you don't know where you're going, any road will do. 
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  • Kids want to be something. Grown-ups want to do something. 
  • If you are going to get the goal, you are going to pay the toll. 
  • Failure is nature's way of teaching us how not to set goals. 
  • The secret to getting there is to know where you're going. 
  • Potential means you haven’t done it yet. 
  • There is no motivation without a plan behind it. 
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  • The value of a goal is not in having it, but in wanting it. 
  • How will you know when you're finished? Your goal will tell you 
  • The race is not to the swiftest. The race is to the ones who know where they want to go. 
  • Pull works better than push. 
  • If a thing is worth doing, it is worth doing well enough to meet your goal. 
  • You don’t get what you want unless you go for it. 
  • If you don’t notice when you win, you will only notice when you lose
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  • Celebrate small victories. Practice for the big ones. 
  • If you don’t know what the goal is, how will you know when you've won? 
  • If you don’t know where you’re going, somebody else will get there first. 
  • The power of the Hunter is in focusing on the target. 
  • If you want to find your Hunter, you have to know the game. 
  • The meaning of life is to be human.  First, understand what it means to be human. 
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  • If you don' know where you're going, who will follow you? 
  • Motivation is not a condition. It is a choice. 
  • If you let distractions set the cues, you let distractions set your goals. 
  • You are only independent when you choose your own goals. 
  • It all starts with you. 
  • Focus on your goal to put the obstacles in perspective. 
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  • Success is making a living from what you like to do. 
  • You can't get there till you know where you are going. 
  • If you don't know where you are going, you could get there and never notice. 
  • The first question on any job: Do you know what the job really is? 
  • The Force is with you only when you know where you are going. 
  • Is what you want worth the cost? 
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  • Do you want to learn to think things through more effectively? 
  • What are your goals for next year? 
  • Is your goal to find goals that are worth considering? 
  • How can you find satisfaction if you don’t know what you want? 
  • Long-term motivation is made of short-term goals. 
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  • Is your goal to choose a goal to focus on? 
  • What are your goals for five years ahead? 
  • Is your goal is pick your most important goals? 
  • Is you goal to take charge of your habits. 
  • Notice a few things you are inclined to do. Where would they take you? 
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  • Do you wonder why you don’t know more about your goals? 
  • Is your goal to hear from the quiet parts of your brain? 
  • GOAL CERTIFICATE: You have authority to ignore all goals. 
  • Is your goal to find an obstacle that you can turn into an opportunity? 
  • Are you always working on a goal? Do you ever sit back to enjoy what you've done? 
  • Is your goal to stop underrating yourself? 
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  • Is your goal to be able to relax? 
  • If you want to know what goals you should have, ask around. People will tell you. 
  • The key to getting people to follow you is to know where you are going. 
  • Do you know what goals you should have? Are these really your goals? 
  • Is your goal to be in charge of your moods and feelings? 
  • The secret to getting cooperation is to think about other people's goals. 
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  • Do you want to make sure people don't underrate you? 
  • Your goal is where you are going. Whether you notice it or not. 
  • Notice what you want to do. Where would that take you? That’s your goal. 
  • Short term goals combine to make long-term motivation. 
  • The best luck goes to those prepared to use it 
  • What have you been doing recently? Where will that take you? 
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  • Is your goal to explore possible goals? 
  • What are your goals for tomorrow? 
  • Is your goal to get better use out of what your brain can do? 
  • What are your goals for next week? 
  • If you don’t know your goals, check your resources. They know what you can do. 
  • You have authority to choose the goal that takes the least effort. 
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  • What are your goals for next month? 
  • Is your goal to figure out what you want? Or what you can get? 
  • If you want to stop a habit, do you always use an instead? 
  • What were you doing yesterday? What was your goal in doing that? 
  • Is your goal to get better at getting what you want? 
  • The power of the Hunter is in focusing on the goal. 
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  • Do you want to get more confidence in what you can do? 
  • If you have no plan, you have no goal. 
  • If you don’t have goals, you don’t need to focus. 
  • Can't is the worst of the 4-letter words. 
  • I could not wait for success, so I did it anyway 
  • The value in winning lies not in what you get but in what you learn about yourself. 
  • If you don't know where you are going, you may not like it when you get there.

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