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Belief & Self-Image

Belief is knowledge that we can do something. It's that inner feeling that what we undertake, we can accomplish. So in belief, there is power; our eyes are opened; our opportunities become plain; our visions become realities. (the best of success)

Success is knowing that something is going to happen.

One person with belief is equal to a force of 99 who only have interest. (John Stuart Mill)

If you want to know what your true beliefs are, take a look at your actions.

If you don't see yourself as a winner, then you cant perform like a winner.

When you've got expectancy, then things are going to happen.

Whether you believe you can or can't, you are right either way. (Henry Ford)

When the human mind is in doubt, it is most easily swayed by the slightest of impulses.

A belief is not just an idea a person possesses, it's an idea that possesses a person.

You must first be a believer if you ever want to be an achiever.

God meets us at the level we believe, not the level we hope.

He who believes is strong, he who doubts is weak. Strong convictions precede great actions.

You may still succeed if no one else believes in you, but you will always fail if you don't believe in you.

What you believe is the force that determines what you will accomplish or fail to accomplish in life.

The picture you have of yourself is exactly how you will perform.

You can change your motivation by the way you think about yourself and your circumstances.

The greatest simple cause of a poor self-image is the absence of unconditional love.

For a good self-image, choose your friends & associates carefully.

Self-improvement is a life long process.

Many intelligent people never move beyond the boundaries of their self-imposed limitations. (John Maxwell)

There is no such thing as can't, only won't.

Our best friends and our worst enemies are the thoughts we have about ourselves. (Dr. Frank Crone)

Self-image sets the boundaries and limits of each of our individual accomplishments. (John Mason)

You cannot consistently perform in a manner different than you see yourself.


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