15 Best Quotes from Ego is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday

ego is the enemy

Book – Ego is the Enemy

Author – Ryan Holiday

The first principle is that you must not fool yourself - and you are the easiest person to fool.

Be humble in aspirations, gracious in success and resilient in failures.

Impressing people is utterly different from being truly impressive.

The art of taking feedback is such a crucial skill in life, particularly harsh and critical feedback.

When student is ready, the teacher appears. Being a student places the ego and ambition in someone else's hands.

Greatness comes from humble beginnings; it comes from grunt work.

You're least important person in the room - until you changes that with results. Be lesser, do more.

Don't boast about what hasn't happened yet. Simply "Don't Boast".

To whatever success, you have achieved, Ego is the enemy.

Can you handle success? Or will it be worst thing that ever happened to you?

Always consistently observe and listen, the humble improve. They don't assume, "I know the way."

It is not enough to have great qualities, we should also have the management of them.

Don't be deceived by recognition you have gotten or the amount of money in your bank account.

I don't like work-no man does-but I like what is in the work-the chance to find yourself.

Not to aspire or seek out of ego. To have success without ego. To push through failure with strength, not ego.

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