Gary W. Keller Quotes
Gary Keller is an American entrepreneur and best-selling author. He is the founder of Keller Williams Realty International, which is the largest real estate company in the world by agent count. Keller founded Keller Williams on training and education and later brought his teachings to print. His books include The Millionaire Real Estate Agent, The Real Estate Investor, and The ONE Thing. He currently serves as the Chairman of the Board at Keller Williams Realty International.
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The people we live with and work with on a daily basis deserve our full attention. When we give people segmented attention, piecemeal time, switching back and forth, the switching cost is higher than just the time involved. We end up damaging relationships.
Juggling is an illusion. ... In reality, the balls are being independently caught and thrown in rapid succession. ... It is actually task switching.
Work is a rubber ball. If you drop it, it will bounce back. The other four balls - family, health, friends, integrity - are made of glass. If you drop one of these, it will be irrevocably scuffed, nicked, perhaps even shattered.
A life worth living might be measured in many ways, but the one way that stands above all others is living a life of no regrets.
Even an idle phone conversation when driving takes a 40 percent bite out of your focus and, surprisingly, can have the same effect as being drunk.
You need to be doing fewer things for more effect instead of doing more things with side effects.
Anyone who dreams of an uncommon life eventually discovers that there is no choice but to seek an uncommon approach to living it.
It is not that we have too little time to do all the things we need to do , it is that we feel the need to do too many things in the time we have.
Don't let small thinking cut your life down to size. Think big, aim high, act bold. And see just how big you can blow up your life.
The trick to success is to choose the right habit and bring just enough discipline to establish it.
Success is actually a short race-a sprint fueled by discipline just long enough for habit to kick in and take over.