Popular Lisa Nichols Quotes

Comparison is and will always be the thief of all joy.

People are more comfortable with a familiar discomfort than they are with an unfamiliar new possibility.

You deserve to be happy, you deserve to be joyful, you deserve to be celebrated. But in order to do that you must first fall madly in love with yourself.

The two most important days of your life are the day you are born, and the day you know why.

Do you realize that your love, your peace, your joy, your bliss can be so powerful in you that it becomes contagious, and people just want to be around you and they don’t even know why.

Sometimes you have to be willing to let go of something old to grab onto something new. You have to be willing to let a part of you die that you used to be comfortable with in order for another part of you to be born.

When your clarity meets your conviction and you apply action to the equation, your world will begin to transform before your eyes.

Mostly, the world sees you the way you see yourself.

While you’re walking on your journey, some days you’re going to have to take that walk alone.

Intent reveals desire; action reveals commitment.

Be the one who decided to go for it.

Mostly, the world sees you the way you see yourself.

Your job is to let your light shine brightly.

It wasn’t until I stopped and fell in love with Lisa, that the rest of the world began to fall in love with Lisa.

Are you willing to die to the old version of you so that the new version can be born?

Don’t share your million dollar dreams with dollar thinkers

Are you willing to be radical and unapologetic? Unapologetic about who you’ve been and unapologetic about who you are becoming? Are you willing to tell the world that I’m not asking for permission to do me anymore, I’ve decided to give you notice?!

Unless I become radical, unless I become non-negotiable- This is going to be one ugly journey.

Fear is your friend; it is not your enemy.

So often your story is is thing you’re trying to get over, yet it’s your platform.