Tim S. Grover Quotes


 
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Best 113 Quotes by Tim S. Grover – Page 1 of 4

“Everyone is given some ability at birth.”

“Everything gets easier when you stop expecting it to be easy.”

“I know it’s not easy, but you can’t stay in your comfort zone and expect results. Challenge yourself. Don’t be afraid to be uncomfortable. We can’t help people committed to failure.”

“If you did it, own it. If you said it, stand by it. Not just the mistakes, but all your decisions and choices. That’s your reputation. Make it count. If you want your opinions to have value, you have to be willing to put them out there and mean what you say.

Two things you can’t let anyone take from you: your reputation and your balls. That means accepting the pressure of taking responsibility for everything you say and do.”

“If you think the price of winning is too high, wait till you get the bill from regret.”

“Mental toughness is believing without a doubt, that whatever happens, you got this.”

“Preparation is the key!”

“When did hard work become a skill? It doesn’t take talent to work hard, anyone can do it. Show up, work hard and listen. It takes a willingness to be dedicated, to improve, to be better.”

“When you’re tired, sore, and can’t do more, that’s the time to do more.”

“Whether you’re an athlete, an entrepreneur, a CEO, a rock star, or you’re just starting out in life, know what you know and what you don’t know.

Most of the time when we ask for advice, we don’t want the truth. We want the answer we are seeking. Be open to advice that goes against what you want.”

Jump Attack Quotes

“Anyone can start something; very few people can finish.”

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“Athletic success is the result of knowing what to do, the willingness to do it, and the drive to continually improve at it.”

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“You don’t have to love it. You just have to believe it’s worth it in the end.”

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Relentless Quotes

“A true Cleaner never tells you what he’s doing or what he’s planning. You find out after the job is complete.”

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“After every game, I used to ask Michael Jordan one question: Five, six, or seven? As in, what time are we hitting the gym tomorrow morning? And he’d snap back a time, and that was it.

Especially after a loss, when there wasn’t a whole lot else to say. No discussion, no debate, no lame attempt to convince me he needed the morning off. You good? I’m good. See you in the morning.

And the next morning at whatever time he’d decided, he’d awaken to find me standing outside his door. No matter what had happened the night before – good game, bad game, soreness, fatigue – he was up working out every morning while most of the other guys slept.”

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“All you can do is beat yourself up for the mess you’ve created, and now you’ve got a mental barrier to go along with the physical barriers.”

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“Are you listening to others, or to your own instincts?”

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“As long as you continue to deny responsibility, you have the added burden of covering your mistake, and you know the truth will eventually come out anyway. Why bother prolonging the drama? You screwed up, admit it.”

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“As you sit back doing nothing because you are afraid to make a mistake, someone else is out there making all kinds of mistakes, learning from them, and getting to where you wanted to be. And probably laughing at your weakness.”

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“Ask yourself where are you now, and where you want to be instead. Ask yourself what you’re willing to do to get there. Then make a plan to get there. Act on it.”

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“Be honest: Would you be as successful if you followed all the rules and always behaved and never took chances? No, you’d be just like everyone else, scared about failing and worried about being liked.”

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“Being relentless means demanding more of yourself than anyone else could ever demand of you, knowing that every time you stop, you can still do more. You must do more.”

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“Being relentless means never being satisfied. It means creating new goals every time you reach your personal best. If you’re good, it means you don’t stop until you’re great. If you’re great, it means you fight until you’re unstoppable. It means becoming a Cleaner.”

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“Being the best means engineering your life so you never stop until you get what you want, and then you keep going until you get what’s next. And then you go for even more.”

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“Believe this: Everything you need to be great is already inside you. All your ambitions and secrets, your darkest dreams. They’re waiting for you to just let go.”

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“Can you be the best? Of course you can. Then why are you still questioning your ability to do it?

Quick answer: because at some point, you made something simple into something complicated, and you stopped trusting yourself.”

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“Can you get comfortable being uncomfortable?”

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“Cleaner Law: when you are going through a world of pain, you never hide. You show up to work ready to go, you face adversity and your critics and those who judge you, you step into the zone and perform at that top level when everyone is expecting you to falter. That’s being a professional.”

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“Cleaner’s attitude can be summed up in three words: I own this. He walks in with confidence and leaves with results. A Cleaner has the guts and the vision to steer everything to his advantage.”

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“Cleaners are rule-breakers when they have to be; they only care about the end result. When things go wrong and everyone else starts to panic, the Cleaner is calm and unflappable, cool and steady, never too high or too low, never too happy or too depressed.”

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