16 Quotes by the $50 Billion Man Dan Peña

Dan Pena, is an American philanthropist, businessman and high-performance business coach born in Jacksonville.he resides at Guthrie Castle in Scotland. Peña is prominent for his eight-day Castle Seminar on his “Quantum Leap Advantage” (QLA) methodology, and claims to have produced $50 billion in equity and value.

 

1.“Don’t waste time on things you can’t change!” – Dan Peña

 

2.“Tough times don’t last – tough people do!” – Dan Peña

 

3.“The best way to predict the future is to create it yourself!” – Dan Peña

 

4.“Man Plans – God Laughs!” – Dan Peña

 

5.“Don’t under any circumstances, ever, second guess yourself.” – Dan Peña

 

6.“Any problem solved will be replaced immediately by a larger more complicated one!” – Dan Peña

 

7.“Don’t focus on mistakes, focus on the positive “next time”!” – Dan Peña

 

8.“Progress often masquerades as trouble.” – Dan Peña

 

9.“The more you investigate, the less you have to invest.” – Dan Peña

 

10.“I’ve never seen a “part-time” super successful, high performance person.” – Dan Peña

 

11.“A deal has to sound good before it is good.” – Dan Peña

 

12.“If you want things to change, first you have to change.” – Dan Peña

 

13.“The only difference between a Champ and a Chump is “U”.” – Dan Peña

 

14.“The older you get the less you are surprised.” – Dan Peña

 

15.“People that read fucking books don’t take action!” – Dan Peña

 

16.“Don’t be a cunt” – Dan Peña

 

Which one of these quotes has made the biggest impact on your life? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

8 thoughts on “16 Quotes by the $50 Billion Man Dan Peña

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    • 12/01/2018 at 15:25
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      Found of Aspiration Point

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    • 15/01/2018 at 15:08
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      Regards,
      Kamen
      Founder of Aspiration Point

      Reply
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    • 17/01/2018 at 13:54
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      Regards,
      Kamen
      Founder of Aspiration Point

      Reply
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