Richie Norton: 10 Quotes to Live By
Richie Norton, author of the new book The Power of Starting Something Stupid, shares ten quotes to live by.
You are what you believe yourself to be. — Paulo Coelho
Know that you are the perfect age. Each year is special and precious, for you shall only live it once. Be comfortable with growing older. — Louise Hay
Don’t waste a minute not being happy. If one window closes, run to the next window—or break down a door. — Brooke Shields
Just can’t live that negative way… make way for the positive day! — Bob Marley
The more you praise and celebrate your life, the more there is in life to celebrate. — Oprah Winfrey
You can’t live a perfect day without doing something for someone who will never be able to repay you. — John Wooden
Every moment you get is a gift. Spend it on things that matter. Don’t spend it by dwelling on unhappy things. — unknown
Look for the blessing in all situations. — Wayne Dyer
Change your thoughts and you change your world. — Norman Vincent Peale
Today you are you, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is youer than you. — Dr. Seuss
What if the smartest people in the world understand something that the rest of us don’t? (They do.)
What if they know that in order to achieve success, they will sometimes have to do things that others may initially perceive as stupid? The fact of the matter is that the smartest people in the world don’t run from stupid, they lean into it (in a smart way).
In The Power of Starting Something Stupid, Richie Norton redefines stupid as we know it, demonstrating that life-changing ideas are often tragically mislabeled stupid.
What if the key to success, creativity, and fulfillment in your life lies in the potential of those stupid ideas?
Richie Norton has written a book about courage. The courage to do work that matters and to do it with your heart and your soul. Go make something happen. — Seth Godin, author of The Icarus Deception
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