Trafford Publishing presents Mr. Motivator’s Quotes II

 
Trafford Publishing author Dwight Jeffery

Trafford Publishing author Dwight Jeffery

Mr. Motivator is back! Trafford Publishing author Dwight Jeffery has returned to Trafford Publishing Author’s Corner for the second installment of his motivational quotes series. These wise words should be digested and remembered!

 

  1.  Develop a winning smile…give sincere compliments…encourage others…be a good listener and you’ll have lots of friends.      Mr. Motivator
  2. People who are happy with themselves don’t have to judge others or make them feel less important.      Mr. Motivator
  3. Dare to dream and keep thinking big!  There are no failures, only unplanned outcomes.      Mr. Motivator
  4. Don’t fear failure!  People who lack the courage to fail also lack the courage to succeed.        Mr. Motivator
  5. Failure is part of learning.  Coping with life’s failures, both large and small, build character and strength within us.  Don’t give up!     Mr. Motivator
  6. If you study successful people, you’ll find that most of them had plenty of failures before they had success.  Dare to dream!  One day you will discover you!!!       Mr. Motivator
  7. Don’t quit.  See every setback as a step toward success.     Mr. Motivator
  8. Everyone makes mistakes.  If you learn from your failures, your opportunities for success will grow and your vision will become a reality.    Mr. Motivator
  9. Use positive affirmations.  Start by telling yourself, “I’m the best at what I do and I see myself being rewarded.      Mr. Motivator
  10. Set goals for personal achievement.  Prove your worth to yourself by setting definite, attainable goals.       Mr. Motivator
  11. Write down your vision and crystallize it.       Mr. Motivator
  12. Write your goals down; outline a plan to achieve them, including a timetable for each step; and take a few minutes each day to visualize yourself accomplishing them.  Once you achieve success, then, set new goals demanding further improvement.     Mr. Motivator
  13. Build your confidence by observing and taking notes of role models, or people whose courage, determination, and guts you admire.  Study how they achieved what they did.  Examine the beliefs and strategies they used effectively, and adopt those tools to your own life.       Mr. Motivator
  14. Believe in yourself.  If you truly want to achieve something, you have to believe that it is possible, so develop a positive attitude when setting your goals.            Mr. Motivator
  15. You must focus.  Think about happy moments in your childhood, marriage or career, and forget about the disappointments.  If you’ve learned something positive from your mistakes, use it.  Think about a hard-fought victory and what you did to win.  Keep your eyes focused on the goal and remember to celebrate your accomplishments.     Mr. Motivator
  16. Visualize your success.  Dare to dream and keep thinking big!  Learn to set aside at least 30 minutes each day for creative thinking and five minutes more for quiet time so that you can use your imagination on an idea that will jump start your creativity.      Mr. Motivator

 

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