Danielle LaPorte is a bestselling Canadian author, inspirational speaker, entrepreneur, and blogger. Known for authoring three non-fiction books, LaPorte focuses on a range of topics from goal setting to entrepreneurship. Here is a look at some of the most memorable Danielle LaPorte quotes ever recorded.
“Affirmations are like screaming that you’re okay in order to overcome this whisper that you’re not.”
“Awareness is realizing that our life could always be better. Growth is doing what it takes to make it better. When we choose the positive over the negative, liberation over repression, truth over illusion, we become real creators.”
“But what if we took it one step further and made an effort to actually transform our pain into something beautiful? What if we went full out and made an effort to transform other people’s pain into something beautiful?”
“Can you remember who you were, before the world told you who you should be?”
“Care more about being accurately and precisely who you are, than caring what someone might think about you. Be daring enough to tell us–your customers, your fans, your people–about your deep desires and ambitions, because we?ll be the ones to help you fulfill them. You don’t have to be fearless. Just be sincere.”
“Consider that you radiate. At all times. Consider that what you’re feeling right now is rippling outward into a field of is-ness that anyone can dip their oar into. You are felt. You are heard. You are seen. If you were not here, the world would be different. Because of your presence, the universe is expanding.”
“Desire is the engine of creation.”
“I want to feel good more than I want to check accomplishments off my list.”
“If your goals aren’t synced with the substance of your heart, then achieving them won’t matter much.”
“Knowing how you actually want to feel is the most potent form of clarity that you can have.”
— Shane Gibson (@shanegibson) April 1, 2016
“Self-doubt is so insidious that it not only renders us stuck in our lives, but it also actually weakens our ability to dream about what living unleashed would look like.”
“She was having a hard time managing her feelings at this point, mostly because she hadn’t felt them in so long-they confused her… After you’ve been numbed for a while, disorientation is a natural reaction as you come back around. It’s like waking up from anesthesia and not knowing exactly where you are.”
“Sometimes even feeling bad feels good. Negative emotions can feel so familiar to us (especially if they mimic our past) as to actually be comforting. Awareness is realizing that our life could always be better. Growth is doing what it takes to make it better. When we choose the positive over the negative, liberation over repression, truth over illusion, we become real creators.”
“Taking an honest look at the hard part of goal pursuits isn’t going to drag down your process or deflate your energy. It’s going to help you keep your psyche sharp and your spirit strong.”
“The surest sign that you’re working with the life-affirming kind of discipline, rather than the spirit-depressing kind, is that you don’t complain very much about doing what it takes.”
“True strength is not necessarily about skill or adeptness. It’s about vitality.”
“We must have the daring to be nothing but ourselves if we are to know what true power is.”
“When you hang with your tribe, you feel invigorated, recognized, and understood—you can’t underestimate the powerful effects of being fortified in that way. When you have your tribe on speed dial, you’ve got all the resources you need to fuel up, fly straight, and head back out to face the world at large.”
“You can’t always choose what happens to you, but you can always choose how you feel about it.”
“You will always be too much of something for someone: too big, too loud, too soft, too edgy. If you round out your edges, you lose your edge.”
Danielle LaPorte discusses how to live life with fire and desire. Made a part of the Good Life Project, this interview provides some interesting perspectives from LaPorte’s point of view.
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