Kamal Ravikant Quotes

Who is Kamal Ravikant?

Kamal Ravikant is an entrepreneur and author known for his little book 'Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It'. Kamal is the brother of tech guru Naval Ravikant.

Born May 22, 1971

Books by Kamal Ravikant


Best 9 Quotes by Kamal Ravikant

“It’s the person we become to achieve our dreams that’s often the sweetest part.”

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“To be a phoenix, you gotta burn.”

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“Meditation is a practice. Working out is a practice. Loving yourself, perhaps the most important of all, is a practice.”

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“Taking things personally – biggest source of pain, of wasted time and effort I can think of.”

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“The basic truths are always simple, easy to fit in a quote, but applying them consistently, that is another matter.”

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“What you need is simple. All below are metaphorical, not physical.
1) Cojones – Extra large
2) A Bulldog’s jaws – Once you grab on to something, you don’t quit.
3) Bulletproof vest – There’ll always be detractors, hanger-oners, I-told-you-so’ers. Let it all bounce off.
4) A Dog neck cone – For focus. You only look back for lessons.
I’d add more, but with those 4, you can accomplish pretty much anything.”

Kamal Ravikant

Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It Quotes

“As you love yourself, life loves you back. I don’t think it has a choice either. I can’t explain how it works, but I know it to be true.”

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Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It

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“In simplicity lies truth. In simplicity lies power.”

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“When we love ourselves, we naturally shine, we are naturally beautiful. And that draws others to us. ”

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Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It

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Instead of memorizing, understand the basics so you can derive answers.

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The means of learning are abundant, it’s the desire to learn that’s scarce.”


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