30 Inspirational Jay Shetty Quotes Life and Success

Jay Shetty is a motivational speaker and an award winning author. Here you are going to get Jay Shetty quotes about the relationship, life, happiness, friendship, success.

Jay Shetty, author of a famous life changing book Think Like A Monk is a name that is becoming increasingly well-known, particularly in the world of online content creation. Shetty is a British-born Indian man who has made a huge impact with his incredibly popular YouTube channel, which has over four million subscribers.

Shetty’s channel is all about self-improvement and motivation, and he produces videos on a wide range of topics including productivity, goal setting, and positive thinking.

What sets Shetty apart from other content creators is his ability to connect with his audience on a personal level. Shetty’s videos are relatable, down-to-earth, and full of useful advice that his viewers can really take on board and use in their own lives.

It’s no wonder that he has such a huge following – people just can’t get enough of his positive attitude and helpful tips!

If you need a little inspiration and encouragement, these Jay Shetty quotes will help.

 

Jay Shetty quotes:

1. “When you learn a little, you feel you know a lot. But when you learn a lot, you realize you know very little.”

 

2. “Cancers of the Mind: Comparing, Complaining, Criticizing.”

 

3. “Our search is never for a thing, but for the feeling we think the thing will give us.”

 

4. “Actually, the greatest detachment is being close to everything and not letting it consume and own you. That’s real strength.”

 

5. “The more we define ourselves in relation to the people around us, the more lost we are.”

 

6. “Salt is so humble that when something goes wrong, it takes the blame, and when everything goes right, it doesn’t take credit.”

 

7. “Too often we love people who don’t love us, but we fail to return the love of others who do.”

 

8. “Location has energy; time has memory. If you do something at the same time every day, it becomes easier and natural. If you do something in the same space every day, it becomes easier and natural.”

 

9. “When you learn to navigate and manage your breath, you can navigate any situation in life.”

 

10. “If you don’t break your ego, life will break it for you.”

 

11. “Everyone has a story, and sometimes our egos choose to ignore that. Don’t take everything personally—it is usually not about you.”

 

12. “It is impossible to build one’s own happiness on the unhappiness of others.”

 

13. “I wish” is code for “I don’t want to do anything differently.”

 

14. “The arrogant ego desires respect, whereas the humble worker inspires respect.”

 

15. “Being present is the only way to live a truly rich and full life.”

 

16. “We say things to ourselves that we would never say to people we love.”

 

17. “Letting go gives us freedom, and freedom is the only condition for happiness.”

 

18. “Happiness is feeling good about yourself, having close relationships, making the world a better place.”

 

19. “To walk down the same old path and find a new stone is to open your mind.”

 

20. “Chew your drinks and drink your food.” 

 

21. “When you learn to navigate and manage your breath, you can navigate any situation in life” 

 

22. “Every night when I’m falling asleep, I say to myself, “I am relaxed, energized, and focused. I am calm, enthusiastic, and productive.” 

 

23. “We are all connected; to each other, biologically. To the Earth, chemically. And to the rest of the universe, atomically.”

 

24. “Sometimes we can trace our fears through the actions we take, and sometimes it’s the actions we’re reluctant to take.”

 

25. “Yesterday is but a dream. Tomorrow is only a vision. But today well lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness, and every tomorrow a vision of hope.”

 

26. “Life’s too short to live without purpose, to lose our chance to serve, to let our dreams and aspirations die with us.”

 

27. “Finally, get involved in something that’s meaningful to you—a hobby, a charity, a political cause.”

 

28. “A monk mind practices detachment. We realize that everything—from our houses to our families—is borrowed.”

 

29. “As long as we keep attaching our happiness to the external events of our lives, which are ever changing, we’ll always be left waiting for it.”

 

30. “Treat yourself with the same love and respect you want to show to others.”

 

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