Benjamin P. Hardy Quotes
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|Born||January 10, 1991|
|Age||32 years old|
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- All quotes by Benjamin P. Hardy (54 quotes)
- How to Consciously Design Your Ideal Future (9 quotes)
- Personality Isn't Permanent (8 quotes)
- Slipstream Time Hacking (16 quotes)
- Willpower Doesn't Work (7 quotes)
- Other quotes by Benjamin P. Hardy (14 quotes)
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“Confidence is the basis of imagination — which is required for seeing and choosing a future beyond your current capability and circumstances.
Confidence reflects your personal belief in what you can do, learn, and accomplish.”
“If you’re not living consciously, you’re living subconsciously… you’re essentially on autopilot being who you were yesterday.”
“It’s not necessary to spend every waking moment in the future. That actually stops you from living out the process of getting there. But with every decision, you’re reminded of the future you want.”
“Labeling yourself is one of the fastest ways to become mindless about context.”
“Prefer being rejected at your new standard than being accepted at your old one.”
“Start to act from now as the person you want to be.”
“Until you appreciate what you currently have, more won’t make your life better.”
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“Very few people think deeply about their future. They’re living day-to-day. They aren’t being incredibly thoughtful and strategic about very specific details they want to see happen in their future. Even if that’s just a social event with a friend.”
“What would your life look like if you measured every decision you made against your future vision?”
“When you give yourself time to really think about what you want to see happen, you start to get lots of insights into how to make it happen.”
“With every decision or opportunity, every member of the team asked themselves: Will it make the boat go faster?
You get invited to a late night party the night before training. Will it make the boat go faster?
If the answer is no… then the decision is no.
Tempted to eat a doughnut? Will it make the boat go faster?
The British rowing team used this single question — a profound implementation intention — to quickly escalate their unity, skills, conditioning, and training. They destroyed their competition and won gold.”
“Without a future self, you don’t know who you are today. It doesn’t matter who you are if you don’t know who you plan to be.”
“You as a person can only be understood in context. If you had grown up at a different time and in a different place, you’d be a different person.
You’d have different memories, connections, and beliefs.”
“You believe your viewpoint is objective rather than just a single and limited perspective of an event or experience.
This type of thinking creates what Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck calls a 'fixed mindset', which is the belief that you cannot change, grow, or develop in specific areas.
It is the belief that your skills, personality, and character are 'fixed' traits that are innate and unchangeable.”
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How to Consciously Design Your Ideal Future Quotes
“Humility, gratitude, and recognition of your blessings keeps your success in proper perspective. You couldn’t do what you’ve without the help of countless other people. You are extremely lucky to be able to contribute in the way you have.”
“Never ask advice of someone with whom you wouldn’t want to trade places.”
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“There are clear distinctions between what it takes to be decent, what it takes to be good, what it takes to be great, and what it takes to be among the best.
If your goal is to be mediocre, then you have a considerable margin for error. You can get depressed when fired and mope around waiting for someone to call with a new job offer. If you hurt your toe, you can take six weeks watching television and eating potato chips.”
“Ordinary people seek entertainment. Extraordinary people seek education and learning.”
“Small things — if not corrected — become big things, always.”
“The fastest way to move forward in life is not doing more. It starts with stopping the behaviors holding you back.”
“The worst comes first. Do that thing you’ve been needing to do. Then do it again tomorrow.”
“Understanding the value of one dollar is the same as coming to appreciate the value of time. To thoughtlessly spend one dollar may not seem like a big deal, but it actually is. That frivolous spending compounded over a long enough time could be millions.”
“You are never pre-qualified to live your dreams. You qualify yourself by doing the work. By committing — even overcommitting — to what you believe you should do.”
“You are never pre-qualified to live your dreams. You qualify yourself by doing the work. By committing—even overcommitting—to what you believe you should do.”
Personality Isn't Permanent Quotes
“Becoming psychologically flexible is key to personal transformation, not overattaching to your current identity or perspectives. Becoming insatiably committed to a future purpose and embracing emotions rather than avoiding them is how radical change occurs.”
“Choosing one's own way is what makes one human – and the more you own the power of your own decision-making, the more your life and outcomes will be within your control.”
“Few people intentionally define and shape their identity, based on who they plan to be, and then become that person.”
“People use the past as the excuse to remain stuck in habits and attitudes that keep them from growing.”
“Personality is not stable but changes regardless of whether you’re purposeful about that change or not.”
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“Without a meaningful goal, attempting changes lacks meaning, requires unsustainable willpower, and ultimately leads to failure.”
“You are not a single and narrow 'type' of person. In different situations and around different people, you are different. Your personality is dynamic, flexible, and contextual. Moreover, your personality changes throughout your life, far more than you can presently imagine.”
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“The purpose of setting a goal is not to hit the goal. The real purpose of setting a goal is to develop yourself into the type of person who can achieve your goals, regardless of whether you hit any particular one or not. Some goals you’ll reach, and some you won’t. It is who you become by giving it everything you have until the last moment — regardless of your results — that enables you to develop the mindset and behaviors that will help you achieve bigger and bigger goals for the rest of your life.”
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