Category Archives: Success Quotes

Self-Doubt & Self-Belief

“When self-doubt steps in, self-belief steps out.”     – Wale Oladipo  

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Casting Down, Hopes & Opportunities

“When you feel really cast-down, don’t cast away your hopes; for every cast-down is an opportunity to re-cast yourself to a greater height.”     — Wale Oladipo  

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The Journey To Significance

“The Journey to significance must first be completed in the IMAGINATION; unless it’s finished on the INSIDE, it can’t be furnished on the OUTSIDE.”     —- Wale Oladipo  

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The Motivated SELF

“A motivated SELF won’t stay motivated, unless his thinking SELF stays POSITIVE.”   – Wale Oladipo  

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Successful Relationship?

“In order to succeed in any RELATIONSHIP, your desire to understand another must be stronger than your passion to be understood.”   – Wale Oladipo  

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Excessive Fear & Creative Expression

“Where there is excessive FEAR, the mind loses its strength and creative expression.”   – Wale Oladipo  

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Anxiety, Intelligent Faith & Calmness

“Self-imposed pressure grows ANXIETY as quickly as intelligent faith creates CALMNESS.”   – Wale Oladipo  

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The Biggest Difficulty of the Mind

“Regarding HAPPINESS, the biggest difficulty of the MIND is learning to separate what belongs to your PAST from what belongs to your FUTURE.”     – Wale Oladipo  

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Deserve Or Design?

Life is never committed to giving us what we DESERVE, but only what we, knowingly or unknowingly, DESIGN.   — Wale Oladipo  

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Self-Image & Accomplishments

“It’s the SELF-IMAGE, and not necessarily the economic system, that sets the boundaries of one’s accomplishments. Expand your self-image, and you’ll expand your possibilities.” –Wale Oladipo

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The Creative Mind & The Life-Force

“A CREATIVE mind constantly moves FORWARD toward a worthy goal, and that’s what brings more LIFE FORCE that keeps him healthy, productive and young.”   –Wale Oladipo  

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Disguised Anxiety

“The constant feeling of “I should be doing something all the time” could be a sign of disguised anxiety; sometimes, doing nothing is the best thing to do.” -Wale Oladipo

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Breaking The Worry Habit

“Since we all worry in pictures, a key to breaking the worry habit is to swap continuously our negative mental pictures for positive ones.” -Wale Oladipo

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Overestimating Your Ordeal?

“When you overestimate the nature of the difficulty before you, you diminish your own resolution and capacity to overcome it.” — Wale Oladipo  

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