Big dreams light our inner fire, and provide the ongoing fuel for our burning desire. You already know how to dream big, but maybe you forgot. Just in case, I put together a deep collection of quotes to help you dream big, again.
37 quotes on work as self-expression. As one of my most profound mentors put it, “work is the ultimate form of self-expression.” We need to do the work that makes us come alive, that helps us operate at a higher level, and that makes our soul sing.
I put together a special collection of my favorite Nelson Mandela quotes. The key themes that pop for me are: freedom, forgiveness, unity, leadership, equality, compassion, purpose, courage, conviction, influence, and humility.
Here’s my round up of emotional intelligence quotes. It includes words of wisdom on emotional intelligence from Benjamin Franklin, Buddha, Dale Carnegie, Vincent Van Gogh, and a bunch of other people you probably never heard of.
Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Guy Kawasaki on the top 10 reasons to self-publish. Guy’s new book, APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur-How to Publish a Book is all about self-publishing and how to control the publishing process to produce high-quality books.
Tim Ferriss’ new book The 4-Hour Chef is now out. I had the pleasure of talking with Tim Ferriss about his new book. The 4-Hour Chef is more than a cookbook — it’s a cookbook for life. As you may know, Tim Ferriss it the best-selling author of The 4-Hour Work Week and The 4-Hour […]
Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Marie Forleo on her lessons learned in life. Marie is a best-selling author, speaker, online-entrepreneur, Nike Athlete and Master Trainer, fitness personality, dancer, and choreographer.
Editor’s note: What does somebody who spent a year test-driving principles, tips, theories, and scientific studies on happiness think are the real keys to happiness? That’s what I wanted to know. This is a guest post on lessons learned in happiness by Gretchen Rubin. Gretchen is a best selling author and former lawyer. What’s interesting to me about Gretchen is that she studied happiness by making it a project. During The Happiness Project, Gretchen spent a year test-driving lessons in happiness from Aristotle to Oprah.