Honest With Yourself Quotes by Dale Carnegie, Geoff Johns, John Havlicek, Josh Hartnett, Thomas Carlyle, Kevin Martin and many others.
Take stock of your fears now and see how many of them are senseless. If you are honest with yourself you will probably find most of them are groundless.
You’re always learning about yourself, if you’re honest with yourself. It’s very tough to be honest with yourself. We all are dishonest with ourselves, a lot of the time. We don’t want to deal with something, so we compartmentalize it.
If you are honest with yourself and can look into a mirror and believe that you have given 100 percent, you should feel proud. If you cannot, then there is more work to be done.
Be honest with yourself and lie to everyone else.
Make yourself an honest man, and then you may be sure there is one less rascal in the world.
If you’re going to do something in your life do it 100%. Don’t question it just go after it. If you don’t believe in it or you’re not honest with yourself it’s not going to work and that’s just something that I learned over the years.
Be honest with yourself. The world is not honest with you. The world loves hypocrisy. When you are honest with yourself you find the road to inner peace.
Definitely trust yourself. Work hard. Be honest with yourself. And life can be joyful. It is joyful. Just give it your all and it’s all going to work out.
The main thing is to be honest with yourself, know and recognize your limits and attain maximum achievement within them. I would for example get more satisfaction from climbing Snowdon, which I know I could, than from attempting Everest, which I couldn’t.
If you’re serious about improving your play, be brutally honest with yourself.
The successful man is himself. To be successful, you’ve got to be honest with yourself.
Be honest with yourself and with people always do everything on time. Never give up, go to your goals, even if all the bad. In this life, all really, you only need to do. The more I talk to people, the more I am convinced that in general they have one goal – to become the richest dead in the cemetery.
With writing, I think you have to be honest with yourself. I have a certain kind of writing; that is, I like to really embellish the human spirit. You have to write about something you have a feel for.
If you’re surrounded by good people and you’re really honest with yourself, you’ll be delivered.
What I know for sure is this: The big secret in life is that there is no big secret. Whatever your goal for this year is, you can get there – as long as you’re willing to be honest with yourself about the preparation and work involved. There are no back doors, no free rides. There’s just you, this moment, and a choice.
The sad thing is that often when you expose your secrets and become more honest with yourself, you find the reaction from the outside world is more complicated than the intense guilt you yourself have inflicted.
Someone once asked me what I regarded as the three most important requirements for happiness. My answer was: A feeling that you have been honest with yourself and those around you; a feeling that you have done the best you could both in your personal life and in your work; and the ability to love others.