Sahil Bloom Quotes
Best 47 Quotes by Sahil Bloom – Page 1 of 2
“A lot of problems are solved by waking up early and working out.”
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“Always pursue the path that has the larger luck surface area.”
“Be interested in everyone you encounter.”
“Deathbed Regret: Not spending enough time with my kids during the 'magic years'.
There’s a devastatingly short window of time during which you are your child’s entire world.
After it, they have friends/partners that fill that role.
I refuse to miss those precious years.”
“Do a few things that you'll be excited to tell your kids about someday. Create stories worth telling.”
“Give people a second chance, but never a third.”
“If someone tries to put down your accomplishments, cut them out of your life.”
“If you want to get better at anything, do it for 30 minutes per day for 30 straight days.”
“If you're about to say yes to something on the assumption that you'll have more time for it in the future, say 'no' instead.”
“Life Hack: Spend 15 minutes each evening setting up the priority task for the next morning.
Your natural bias as a human is to do the easiest thing.
If you leave it to chance, you’ll become a rocking horse, always moving, but never going anywhere.
Determine the highest priority, important projext, and set it up the night before so you can hit the ground with intensity the next morning.
Try it — you won’t regret it!”
“Make decisions that your 80-year-old self and 10-year-old self would be proud of.”
“My 3 daily non-negotiables:
1. Move my body
2. Work on something meaningful
3. Express gratitude
If I do those 3 consistently, everything else magically falls into place.”
“Never delay difficult conversations.”
“Never take advice from people on the sidelines.”
“Never think twice about investments in yourself. They pay dividends for a long time.”
“One of my strongly held beliefs: 90% of being great at anything is just wanting to be great at the thing.
The rule applies to careers, relationships, fitness, and more.”
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“This I know: the mind, left to itself, repeats the same stories, the same loops. Mostly ones that don't serve us.
So what's practical, what's transformative, is to consciously choose a thought. Then practice it again and again. With emotion, with feeling, with acceptance.
Lay down the synaptic pathways until the mind starts playing it automatically. Do this with enough intensity over time and the mind will have no choice. That's how it operates. Where do you think your original loops came from?”
“Reread your favorite books annually.
You may read thousands of books in your life, but there will only be a few that deeply change you. Reread them every single year.”
“Rule for Life:
Focus on things people will remember (the rest will take care of itself).”
“Spend more time doing things you never regret.”
“The best relationship advice I’ve heard:
Make a list of the values that are most important for you to find in a partner, then go out and embody them yourself.
When you embody them yourself, you begin to attract those that are aligned.”
“Tough but important advice: Give people a second chance, but never a third.
Once someone has consistently shown you who they are and the values they embody, there’s very little good that comes from giving them more chances.
You can’t change someone who doesn’t want to be changed. We all need to stop chasing the people who are running away from us with their actions.”
“Wanting to be right is a dangerous thing. Your rational mind can be the worst thing in healing your relationship.”
“When you think something nice about someone, let them know right then.”
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“A clear sign of personal growth:
I’d much rather get into bed and watch a movie at 7:30pm on a Friday than go out and drink at a crowded bar.”
“A question we all need to ask:
If you were the main character in a movie of your life, what would the audience be screaming at you right now?”
“Feeling stuck? Go for a walk.
There is no mental block strong enough to outlast the power of a 30-minute walk.”
“Harsh Truth: There will always be a million reasons to stop, but only one reason to keep going.
If you can consistently choose the one over the million, you can stay in the game long enough to win.”
“Hot Take: If you aren’t at least a little embarrassed by your younger self, you’re doing something wrong.
Being embarrassed by your prior perspectives, behaviors, or actions is an indication of growth.
It means you understand the world better today than you did before.”
“I want my work to maintain playfulness.
All of my content is free — I don't charge subscribers and I don't sell courses or products.
I never want it to feel as though I am punching the clock to get my reward from my followers each week.”
“I’m a big believer in the value of having a 'Side Quest' at all times.
Something you’re driving towards that isn’t connected to your other professional goals.”
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“If more information was the answer, then we'd all be billionaires with perfect abs.”