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16 Lessons We Learned from Oprah’s Lifeclass: the Tour

Monday, May 7th, 2012


1. “Everybody’s life is either a warning or an example. You’ve got to decide what you’re gonna be and you have to draw a line in the sand.”
—Tony Robbins

2. “Forget all your learnings. Just remember that now is the moment that never ends.” —Deepak Chopra

3. “When you’re the strong one, people don’t give you permission to hurt.” —Iyanla Vanzant

4. “The most dangerous thing in the world is to have no purpose.” —Bishop T.D. Jakes

5. “If you tell yourself a lie long enough, you’ll start to believe it.” —Tony Robbins

6. “No matter what the situation is…close your eyes and think of all the things you could be grateful for in your life right now. Once your heart opens, you’ll see the abundance around you.” —Deepak Chopra

7. “You can’t wait for the perfect situation. Find something you love. People you love. And get out there and you’ll discover it.” —Tony Robbins

8. “Greatness is contagious…You’ll catch it if you get around it.” —Bishop T.D. Jakes

9. “Everybody’s got a past. The past does not equal the future unless you live there.” —Tony Robbins

10. “When you give to others to the degree that you sacrifice yourself, you make the other person a thief.” —Iyanla Vanzant, paraphrasing A Course in Miracles

11. “If you can’t figure out your purpose, figure out your passion. For your passion will lead you right into your purpose.” —Bishop T.D. Jakes

12. “If you’re gonna make a change…operate from a new belief that says life happens not to me but for me.” —Tony Robbins

13. “The most wonderful thing in the world is somebody who knows who they are and knows where they’re going and knows what they were created to do.” —Bishop T.D. Jakes

14. “Forgiveness is a gift you give yourself.” —Tony Robbins

15. “I use memories but I will not allow memories to use me.” —Deepak Chopra

16. “Self-awareness is one of the rarest of human commodities. I don’t mean self-consciousness where you’re limiting and evaluating yourself. I mean being aware of your own patterns.” —Tony Robbins

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