59+ Inspiring Quotes from “Who Says You Can’t”

A book cannot possibly improve someone’s life on its own. That’s precisely what I liked about this book- “Who Says You Can’t,” which focuses heavily on action. Most “self-help” books spend excessive time arguing in favor of positive thinking. This one, on the other hand, is built on action!


Great quotes From “Who Says You Can’t” book

-If you’re breathing, you’re always ready for change, regardless of age.

-Many of us believe we are taking the proper steps, yet somehow believe we have failed.

-The foundation for directing change toward our immediate growth is proper inquiry.

-When you alter your thinking, you alter your feelings.

-When you change your feelings, you change your actions.

-You can transform your life by changing the way you act.

-The more you concentrate on becoming that unique person, the more energized and stimulated you will feel.

-It’s not so much figuring out who you are as a person as it is daring to act like that person.

-It’s in our nature to be concerned about what other people think.

-It’s self-evident that any legacy we leave behind will be remembered.

-Being true to ourselves is the most exemplary legacy we can leave behind.

-Do not inquire how life is treating you; instead, inquire how you are treating life!

-This change allows you to recognize that you are both the victim and the producer of your unloved fate.

-You are participating in self-destruction if you are not in the cycle of self-growth.

-Taking responsibility is taking control of your life and asking yourself, “What can I do differently?”

-It just takes one moment to change your mind, one decision to rise to the level of greatness you deserve, and one life to make it happen.

-All successful people devote their lives to identifying and solving problems.

-You can’t run away and hide from yourself because you’re always there.

-You can’t change how badly you think you screwed up something, but you can learn from it.

-If you’re criticizing yourself for doing something “bad,” you’re logically admitting that you can do it better next time.

-If you look closely enough, setbacks are still miles ahead on your journey.


Great quotes From “Who Says You Can’t” book

-Your most significant asset in bolstering your success is becoming aware of and able to compare the two.

-You should employ your rational side of the brain as a defensive mechanism against decisions that lead you to feelings that don’t truly satisfy you.

-We know the truth right away, but we can sometimes persuade ourselves out of it. 

-You’ve always had control over your life; you simply don’t exercise it all of the time.

-Distinguish between right and wrong, negative and positive, logical and illogical, and then use this knowledge to your advantage.

-You must take action based on your understanding to progress.

-Reward will always influence our actions in life, so take advantage of it and learn to reward yourself.

-The most critical issue that most of us are oblivious to is how much this is hurting our personal lives.

-Only then will we be able to recognize and address our obstacles, and only then will we be able to reach our creative potential.

-We must enjoy the now to create the future we desire.

-We must make peace with our history to enjoy the present.

-It’s not physical exhaustion that causes us to require as much rest as we believe; instead, our mental state requires more stimulation.

-Don’t let other people’s negativity infect you; you have complete power over the situation by demonstrating how much you enjoy life.

-The most important thing to remember is that your feelings are always under your control. 

-Make the most of the abilities you’ve been given; think and feel for yourself.

-We must pick intelligently how our attention is directed to fully increase the quality of our lives and succeed at our top.

-When you maintain your attention on what you want, your entire demeanor conforms to that desire. 

-Body language, vocabulary, voice tone, and even subconscious movements all change to shape you into the person you need to be.

-Don’t make things a priority in your life that you don’t want. 

-They will consume your world if you do not.

-When you don’t have something to look forward to, it’s easy to get caught up in the little things.

-You gain confidence in your capacity to create the life you want once you get started. 

-You recognize the vast amount of energy you possess may be reached in an instant, which aids in the development of self-confidence.

-Do at least one item every day, keep track of your progress, and be proud of yourself for achieving your goals.

-Everyone is preoccupied with what they will do rather than what they are doing.

-We create the way we desire to connect our mental, verbal, and physical acts toward what we want.

-Self-confidence is the ability to trust oneself. Face and overcoming your anxieties is the only way to gain confidence in your abilities.

-You have control over how you feel by how you think.

-Proper attention does not appear by itself; it must be intentionally focused and controlled with intensity.

-There is a distinction between loving yourself as you are and loving yourself as you try to be.

-It is preferable to begin loving yourself rather than wait for someone else to do so.

-We must be honest with ourselves to be truly happy and to accomplish what we desire.


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