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E76: How The NQL Lifestyle Will Ignite Your Goal Achievement With Christopher Wirth
19th January 2018 • Breakthrough Success • Marc Guberti
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Christopher Wirth is the founder and president of No Quit Living. NQL is a speaking, coaching, and training company that focuses on topics such as accountability, goals, time maximization, networking, leadership, sales, personal development, and mentoring. The sought after KeyNote speaker is also the host of the No Quit Living Podcast which has been rated as a top 50 Business Podcast on iTunes.


Quotes To Remember:

“The reason people quit is they don’t achieve the success they are looking for when they want to.”

“Take your large goals and take them down into smaller bite size goals.”

“Take out and piece of paper and pen and write your goals.”

“If you put something down on pen and paper, that is the first step of actually putting it into action.”

“It is perfectly okay to stop and re-assess where you are.”

“Don’t just thrown in the towel and completely give up.”

“Surround yourselves with the right like-minded individuals.”

“It’s not about quantity. It’s more about quality.”

“I can’t give you more than 60 minutes per hour.”

“Find out what your timeframe is.”

“Check your email less frequently.”

“The two big things (that holds people back) are fear of failure and fear of the unknown).”

“Great leaders ask great questions.”


What You’ll Learn:

  • Why most people quit?
  • How to accomplish a strong sense of commitment towards our goals?
  • How to stay positive and persistent even when quitting seems so tempting?
  • Learn how to prosper from what we are doing.
  • Learn to maximize time and increase productivity


Key Links From The Show:

Christopher’s Podcast

Christopher’s Site

Christopher’s e-Mail

No Quit Living Facebook

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Recommended Books:

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

Principles: Life and Work by Ray Dalio

The 10x Rule: The Only Difference Between Success and Failure by Grant Cardone