One of my favorite things to do in my spare time is to read non-fiction books. I generally keep a few books on hand that I am either reading or intending to read. One of my favorite business/self-development authors is Larry Winget. Having been labeled “the Pit Bull of Personal Development” Winget’s short books serve as the kick in the pants we often need to get moving and do the things we need to do to make our life and job better. I just finished his most recent book and thought I would share of few quotes from his bestseller. — Luke
“Success comes from what you do, not from what you say you are going to do.”
“Those that consider themselves the exception to the rule should reread the rule.”
“Can’t usually means won’t.”
“The best way to get ahead is to move your behind.”
“Your time, energy and money always go to what is important to you.”
“You can’t step up to the next level as long as you keep one foot on the lower level.”
“If it’s right and no one else is doing it, it’s still right. If it’s wrong and everyone else is doing it, it’s still wrong.”
and finally. . .
Larry’s Number One Rule for Life and Business: Do what you said you would do, when you said you would do it, the way you said you would do it.