20 Quotes to Change Your Life – Possibly

Can a one-liner change your agency’s future?

Recently, I listened to an excellent episode of the consistently interesting Million Dollar Agent podcast.

It features Aussie agency heavyweights Tom Panos, John McGrath and Troy Malcolm.

They went over 15 quotes in 15 minutes that can change the course of a person’s life and career.

I’ve selected some of them below. And added some more that have always resonated with me.

The great thing about quotes is they are open to interpretation.

What a quote means to me may mean something very different to you.

Depending on who you believe on the internet, these quotes come from a source of people, including my old man, Jay-Z, an airport worker, estate agency legends, Tom Panos, Bruce Lee, Eliud Kipchoge, and Seth Godin.

“If you have been blessed, be a blessing.”

“If nothing changes, nothing changes.”

“Only the disciplined ones are free in life.”

“Estate agency is a contact sport.”

“If you don’t want to slip, avoid slippery places.”

“Customer service is the new marketing.”

“Stop selling, start solving.”

“Between stimulus and response, success lies.”

“Without the work, the magic won’t come.”

“The standard pace is for chumps.”

“Knowing is not doing.”

“Be like water, my friend.”

“It’s more important to be compelling than comprehensive.”

“All the pieces matter.”

“Seek progress over perfection.”

“You’re only two decisions and one new skill from everything you have ever dreamed of.”

“There’s often more risk in taking, no risk.”

“Always behave in a way that means you’re welcome to return.”

“Men lie, women lie, numbers don’t.”

“Lions don’t lose sleep over the opinions of sheep.”

I interpret this last quote as utter boll0ck$ on a myriad of levels. First, sheep can’t talk, and lions are found thousands of miles away from them on a different continent.

If you ever see someone post a quote like this, unfollow them as fast as your fingers allow.

Has a single quote changed the course of your life or the way you do your work?

Thanks for reading,