Brendon Burchard quotes and sayings: He is a no.1 New York Times best-selling author and one of the best motivational writers all the time. He is creator of the Experts Academy and High-Performance Academy.
He was born in Montana on February 18, 1977, has recognized with incredible prominence as writer, Motivational Speaker, High Performance Coach. Burchard is also famed for his motivational sayings globally, while he is also considered the leading high performance coach in the world.
Burchard earned unbelievable appreciation for his last book release “High Performance Habits” remained a Wall Street Journal best-seller. However, Amazon entitled it as one of its top three best business and leadership books of 2017.
Burchard’s other most famous writings are The Motivation Manifesto, The Charge: Activating the 10 Human Drives That Make You Feel Alive, The Millionaire Messenger and others. His every book holds uncounted motivational, full of life, vigorous things and lessons for the readers.
Here We Have Some Best Brendon Burchard Quotes Or Sayings Those May Be Life Changing For All Of You;
“I like to remind people that creativity also isn’t a spark; it’s a slog. Every artist, inventor, designer, writer, or other creative in the world will talk about his work being an iterative experience. He’ll start with one idea, shape it, move it, combine it, break it, begin anew, discover something within himself, see a new vision, go at it again, test it, share it, fix it, break it, hone it, hone it, hone it, hone it. This might sound like common sense, but it’s not common practice, and that’s why so many people are terribly uncreative – they’re not willing to do the work required to create something that’s beautiful, useful, desirable, celebrated. No masterpiece was shaped or written in a day. It’s a long slog to get something right. This knowledge and willingness to iterate is what makes the world’s most creative people so creative (and successful).” ― Brendon Burchard, The Charge: Activating the 10 Human Drives That Make You Feel Alive
“How many souls have failed to soar because they were suffocated in a loved one’s worry?” ― Brendon Burchard, The Motivation Manifesto
“Without making the actual attempt, without trial and strife, there can be no true knowledge, no progress, no high achievement, and no legend.” ― Brendon B
“We must set intentions for who we are, for what roles we wish to serve, for how we’ll relate with the world. Without a vibrant awareness, we cannot connect with others or ourselves, nor can we meet the demands of the hour with grace. For this, we now declare: WE SHALL MEET LIFE WITH FULL PRESENCE AND POWER.” ― Brendon Burchard, The Motivation Manifesto
“No matter your position, circumstances, or opportunities in life, you always have the freedom of mind to choose how you experience, interpret, and, ultimately, shape your world.” ― Brendon Burchard, The Charge: Activating the 10 Human Drives That Make You Feel
“personal power is directly tied to personal responsibility, which most people avoid.” ― Brendon Burchard, The Motivation Manifesto
“We have patiently suffered long enough, hoping that someone or some kind of luck would one day grant us more opportunity and happiness. But nothing external can save us, and the fateful hour is at hand when we either become trapped at this level of life or we choose to ascend to a higher plane of consciousness and joy. In this ailing and turbulent world, we must find peace within and become more self-reliant in creating the life we deserve.” ― Brendon Burchard, The Motivation Manifesto
“You are a child of God, and that alone makes you worthy of care and love. If your guard is up, let it down. If you’ve constructed a defensive wall to protect yourself and keep all the bad guys out, don’t forget who that wall also prevents from getting in—the good guys.” ― Brendon Burchard, The Charge: Activating the 10 Human Drives That Make You Feel Alive
“But we all know that the seeds of greatness grow faster in the hearts of those doing work they love than in the bitter hearts of those enslaved by work they despise.” ― Brendon Burchard, The Motivation Manifesto
“This is hard to say to people without offending them, but it’s a universal truth even for the most high-performing people on the planet, so here it is: your self-image could be a lot better, and you ought to be a lot more congruent in how you engage the world. How we think of ourselves (our self-image) and how we behave in accordance with that image in the real world is the stuff of congruence. It’s one of the most profoundly powerful drives we have as humans—to live in consistent alignment with who we think we are, how we want others to perceive us, and who we want to become. When we don’t behave as the person we believe ourselves to be, we feel “off,” “out of sorts,” and, often, frustrated or angry. If we think we’re lions, for example, but we act as mice, we secretly loath our- selves. From THE CHARGE” ― Brendon Burchard
“All great people of history, all the heroes and leaders and innovators who lit humanity’s way out of darkness and ignorance, forged within themselves the courage to overcome their internal conflicts when it mattered most. In many ways, they are just like us: They worried. They procrastinated. They sometimes had lower opinions of their fellow human beings. But what made them celebrated, what pushed society forward, what gave birth to their legend, was their sheer will to overcome such impulses and to faithfully, actively, and lovingly fight for a better life for themselves and others. Let us learn from them, let us master ourselves, and let us now add our own chapter of courage to the good book of humanity.”― Brendon Burchard, The Motivation Manifesto
“It is the main motivation of humankind to be free, to express our true selves and pursue our dreams without restriction—to experience what may be called Personal Freedom.” ― Brendon Burchard, The Motivation Manifesto
“Beginning today, set an intention and a relentless focus on living your life as the greatest person you can be, in all situations. Demand that you demonstrate a strength of character in such a way that you find pride in who you are, and that others see you as a role model.” ― Brendon Burchard, The Charge: Activating the 10 Human Drives That Make You Feel
“We learn that the more we are true to ourselves, the more we can connect with and contribute to the world.” ― Brendon Burchard, The Motivation Manifesto
“Well-being has been cast aside for wealth; success favored over sanity. In the process, some have turned cold toward life, and toward others. Where is the energized, heightened, exhilarated pulse one would expect from such a chosen and capable people? Why do we not hear more laughter and life? Where is the vibrant, mad fury and passion of the fully engaged human? Where are the people burning with charisma and joy and magnetism? Where is the appreciation for life’s spark? We must reexamine our attitude toward life. Our supreme duty must be to rekindle the magic of life. For this, we now declare: WE SHALL PRACTICE JOY AND GRATITUDE.” ― Brendon Burchard, The Motivation Manifesto
“Keeping one’s attitude positive, especially when the world conspires to make us mad, is one of the great accomplishments of life.” ― Brendon Burchard, The Motivation Manifesto
“When pondering how the past affected us, we rarely look for OUR effect on it. We think about what we were up against versus what we stood for. We remember what we feared but not what we dreamed. We ponder how much we were loved versus how much we loved. We think, why did all that happen to me? What did I get out of it? Where will it lead me? When perhaps we should wonder, what did I make happen? What did I give? Where will I direct myself now?” ― Brendon Burchard
“Most people would feel guilty for destroying someone else’s property. Yet they wreck the very temple their Creator gifted them.” ― Brendon Burchard, The Motivation Manifesto
“We must overcome social- and self-oppression if we are ever to join the ranks of the free souls who love their lives and lead their people.” ― Brendon Burchard, The Motivation Manifesto
“Optimists are happier in life for a reason.” ― Brendon Burchard, The Charge: Activating the 10 Human Drives That Make You Feel Alive
“The charged life, then, usually calls to us after we have done what we were supposed to do, become who we thought we were supposed to be, lived as we thought we were supposed to live. Then the safety and comfort and compromise get to us, and a stirring of restlessness and revolution sends us off in search of greater adventures and meaning. From THE CHARGE” ― Brendon Burchard, The Charge: Activating the 10 Human Drives That Make You Feel Alive
“Grant me the strength to focus this week, to be mindful and present, to serve with excellence, to be a force of love.” ― Brendon Burchard, Life’s Golden Ticket: An Inspirational Novel
“This must be our day to define the best of who we are and what we will stand for. Tonight, in the glow of gratitude for our free will, let us write down the words and phrases that describe our ideal identity. Put them on beautiful paper and in ink. Carry them everywhere. Look at these words, memorize them, verbalize them—become them. The more we align our actions with this identity, the more free, motivated, and whole we shall become. Life will feel brighter and more our own, more deep and satisfying. Destiny will smile on us and we will be welcomed into the gates of heaven as people of purpose and integrity.” ― Brendon Burchard, The Motivation Manifesto
“You have a clean slate every day you wake up. You have a chance every single morning to make that change and be the person you want to be. You just have to decide to do it. Decide today’s the day. Say it: this is going to be my day.” ― Brendon Burchard
“Are you not more than your tiny worries about inconvenience? Isn’t a better life worth some struggle?” ― Brendon Burchard, The Motivation Manifesto