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“Think, walk, talk and act like a nonsmoker and you will soon be one”

 

Brian Tracy

“Your attitude is an expression of your values, beliefs and expectations.”

 

Brian Tracy

“To remain confident and positive, think about your goals all the time.”

 

Brian Tracy

“First you put in, then you get out.”

 

Brian Tracy

“What are the critical success factors of your job? What must you be absolutely, positively excellent at doing to be successful?”

 

Brian Tracy

“Act as if you were already the person you want most to be.”

 

Brian Tracy

“The more you work, study and develop your ability to contribute more to the lives and well-being of others, the better life you will have in all areas.”

 

Brian Tracy

“Do your very best on every task. Imagine that everyone is watching even when no one is watching.”

 

Brian Tracy

“You keep customers by delivering on your promises, fulfilling your commitments and continually investing in the quality of your relationships.”

 

Brian Tracy

“You can only have as much love for yourself as you can express to others.”

 

Brian Tracy

“You can accomplish virtually anything if you want it badly enough and if you are willing to work long enough and hard enough.”

 

Brian Tracy

“Most people engage in activities that are tension-relieving rather than goal-achieving.”

 

Brian Tracy

“Focus on your strengths.”

 

Brian Tracy

“The law of correspondence says your outer world is a mirror of your inner world. Your outer world corresponds to your inner world. Your outer world of your relationships-especially with your children and spouse-simply corresponds to how you feel about yourself, how you’re doing”

 

Brian Tracy

“Network marketing is based purely on relationship selling, which is the state of the art in selling today. Small and large companies throughout the country and the world are realizing that individuals selling to their friends and associates is the future of sales, because the critical element in buying is trust.”

 

Brian Tracy

“The more feedback you give to people, the better it is, as long as the feedback is objective and not critical.”

 

Brian Tracy

“The fastest way to improve your relationships is to make others feel important in every way possible.”

 

Brian Tracy

“Every action (or inaction) involves a choice between what is more important and what is less important.”

 

Brian Tracy

“Superior people take both the credit and the blame for everything that happens to them.”

 

Brian Tracy

“Demonstrate to your customer the difference between price and cost. The price is what it takes to purchase the item. The cost is the amount the customer eventually pays. They are not the same.”

 

Brian Tracy