Ian Tuhovsky Quotes

Who is Ian Tuhovsky?

Ian Tuhovsky is an author on productivity and communication skills.

Books by Ian Tuhovsky


Best 12 Quotes by Ian Tuhovsky

“Don't forget too that goals, once met, often require maintenance.”

Ian Tuhovsky

"Buddhism" Quotes

“I’m committed to never listening to anybody when it comes to my own path and happiness.”

Ian Tuhovsky
Buddhism

“There are only two constant things in this world: change and death.”

Ian Tuhovsky
Buddhism

"Communication Skills Training" Quotes

“The number one reason difficult people are difficult is because it’s working for them.”

Ian Tuhovsky
Communication Skills Training

"Emotional Intelligence Training" Quotes

“Every single negative emotion is an arrow sign pointing towards a problem which needs your attention.”

Ian Tuhovsky
Emotional Intelligence Training

“We are getting richer, but less and less happy. Depression, suicide, relationship breakdowns, loneliness of choice, fear of closeness, addictions - this is the clear evidence we are getting increasingly worse when it comes to dealing with our emotions.”

Ian Tuhovsky
Emotional Intelligence Training

“You usually don’t react to reality, but to your thoughts about reality!”

Ian Tuhovsky
Emotional Intelligence Training

"Zen" Quotes

“Honestly realize and accept the fact that everything is not within your control.”

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Zen

“If you’re not 100% committed to what you do (even if it’s just your chore which you have to do), then why do anything at all?”

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Zen

“Stop correcting people all the time, preaching to them and commenting on all the subjects you have no idea about.”

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Zen

“The problem is that you think that you have to be motivated to do something, instead of just doing it and then having it done. Tip: The willingness to do things comes with action. Don’t wait until you feel like going to the gym and exercising. Start exercising right away and there’s a huge possibility that you’ll feel the desire to continue.”

Ian Tuhovsky
Zen

“Weak people revenge, strong people forgive, intelligent people ignore.”

Ian Tuhovsky
Zen