James Clear Quotes



Best 24 Twitter post Quotes by James Clear

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“All this time spent talking about other people's bodies, gossiping about other people's relationships, criticizing other people's businesses.

Keep your eyes on your own paper. Work on your body. Nurture your relationships. Improve your business.

We all have plenty to improve.”

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“Create your life rather than live it.”

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“If you keep doing what you are about to do today for the next five years, will you end up with more of what you want or less of what you want?”

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“If you're unwilling to adapt to the future, you'll justify the past.”

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“In general…

When I’m looking at a screen, I feel like I need more.

When I’m looking at nature, I feel like I have enough.”

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“In sports, one of the primary sources of advantage is choosing how to play the game. In life, one of the primary sources of advantage is choosing which game to play.”

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“In the long-run, prioritization beats efficiency.”

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“Is taking things so seriously improving my performance? How can today feel like play?”

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“It doesn’t make sense to continue wanting something if you’re not willing to do what it takes to get it.

If you don’t want to live the lifestyle, then release yourself from the desire. To crave the result but not the process, is to guarantee disappointment.”

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“Just start.

Start slow if you have to. Start small if you have to. Start privately if you have to.

Just start.”

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“Keeping the habit alive is a powerful act. It's easier to stay in shape than to get in shape. It's easier to keep a house clean than to get it clean.

Many days it may feel like you are treading water, but maintaining your progress saves your future self a great deal of work.”

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“Leadership begins with your behavior.

What’s more powerful? A manager or coach or teacher who tells you the right thing to do? Or one who shows you how to live and work by example?

People gravitate toward the standard you set, not the standard you request.”

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“Life rewards action, not intelligence.

Many brilliant people talk themselves out of getting started, and being smart doesn't help very much without the courage to act.

You can't win if you're not in the game.”

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“Make mistakes, just don't make them permanent.”

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“One of the most critical skills in life — and yet never taught in school — is choosing where to direct your attention.

After graduation, the valedictorian will often get lapped by 'average' people who better invest their time.”

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“Simple mindset shifts:

– I'm not hurt, I'm healing.
– I'm not losing, I'm learning.
– I was not rejected, I was redirected.

Negative things happen. Negative mindsets make them harder.”

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“Just because you’re right, I don’t have to be wrong.”


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“The edge is in the inputs.

The person who consumes from better sources, gets better thoughts. The person who asks better questions, gets better answers. The person who builds better habits, gets better results.

It’s not the outcomes. It’s the inputs.”

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“The more time you spend complaining about what you deserve, the less time you have to focus on what you can create.

Focus on what you can control.”

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“The most effective networking strategy I’ve found has nothing to do with conferences, cocktail hours, cold emails, or any of the common ideas you hear.

1) Do interesting things.
2) Share them publicly.

Like-minded people will come to you.”

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“To prioritize the day, think about the decade: If I want to be on track to achieve X in 10 years, what do I need to do today?”

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“What do you have planned for today that energizes you?”

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“When making plans, think big. When making progress, think small.”

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“When researching strategies, emphasize patterns over stories. One person succeeding means nothing. 100 people succeeding is a signal.

When explaining strategies, emphasize stories over patterns. People forget numbers and charts. Everyone remembers a great story.”

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“Would you rather be right or be happy?”

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“Anyone who has lost something they thought was theirs forever finally comes to realise that nothing really belongs to them.”


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