65 Well being Quotes On Success In Life

These well being quotes will inspire you. Well being, the state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy.

Below you will find a collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging well being quotes, well being sayings, and well being proverbs.

Best Well being Quotes

  1. “Positive emotional energy is the key to health, happiness and wellbeing. The more positive you are, the better your life will be in every area.” ~ Brian Tracy
  2. “In the midst of movement and chaos, keep stillness inside of you.” ~ Deepak Chopra
  3. “The secret of health for both mind and body is…live the present moment wisely and earnestly.” ~ Gautama Buddha
  4. “There are some things we can control and others we simply cannot. And our ability to distinguish between them is critical to our happiness and wellbeing. Sometimes unexpected stuff will happen to us or around us. Our true power lies in our response.” ~ Clifton Anderson , Happiness and well being quotes
  5. “Yoga has spread harmony between man and nature. It is a holistic approach to health and wellbeing.” ~ Narendra Modi

  6. “Wellbeing is about the combination of our love for what we do each day, the quality of our relationships, the security of our finances, the vibrancy of our physical health, and the pride we take in what we have contributed to our communities. Most importantly, it’s about how these five elements interact.” ~ Tom Rath
  7. “The higher one’s level of helpfulness to others, the greater wellbeing one will experience.” ~ Les Parrott
  8. “Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.” ~ Steve Jobs
  9. “I’m into wellbeing, not because of social pressures to look a certain way, but because I’m interested in living a long, full and healthy life.” ~ Kelly Brook
  10. “Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.” ~ Steve Jobs

  11. “Integrity is not about the action but its purpose. Are you doing it for everyone’s wellbeing or for your own benefit?” ~ Jaggi Vasudev
  12. “We face a conflict between civilisation and culture, which used to be on the same side. Civilisation means rational reflection, material wellbeing, individual autonomy and ironic self-doubt; culture means a form of life that is customary, collective, passionate, spontaneous, unreflective and arational.” ~ Terry Eagleton
  13. “We believe we are hurt when we don’t receive love. But that is not what hurts us. Our pain comes when we do not give love. We were born to love. You might say that we are divinely created love machines. We function most powerfully when we are giving love. The world has led us to believe that our wellbeing is dependent on other people loving us. But this is kind of upside down thinking that has caused so many of our problems. The truth is our well being is dependent on our giving love. It is not about what comes back; it is about what goes out!” ~ Alan Cohen
  14. “You have all the power you could possibly need to create a new reality – a reality of vibrant health and wellbeing.” ~ Deepak Chopra
  15. “Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life.” ~ Steve Jobs

  16. “Finding your element is essential to your wellbeing and ultimate success and, by implication to the health of our organisations and the effectiveness of our educational systems” ~ Ken Robinson
  17. “Health is a presence of a superior state of wellbeing, a vigor, a vitality, a pizzazz you have to work for every single day of your life.” ~ Dorian
  18. “For wealth to translate into wellbeing, you need a spiritual element within you. Without that, your success will work against you.” ~ Jaggi Vasudev
  19. “Above and beyond looking after your physical needs, it can be very helpful to think about what activities and hobbies make you smile. Make room for those things in your life, so you can look after your mental wellbeing and stay energized and for life’s challenges.” ~ Tara Moss
  20. “Wellbeing is attained by little and little, and nevertheless is no little thing itself.” ~ Zeno of Citium

  21. “What’s the third metric beyond money and power? I think it’s a combination of wellbeing and wisdom. Because the problem also with defining success just in terms of money and power means that people feel that they have to work around the clock, burn out, and the result is people making terrible decisions.” ~ Arianna Huffington
  22. “People who have at least three or four very close friendships are healthier, have higher wellbeing, and are more engaged in their jobs. But the absence of any close friendships can lead to boredom, loneliness, and depression.” ~ Tom Rath
  23. “When the human being hears music, he has a sense of wellbeing, because these tones harmonize with what he has experienced in the world of his spiritual home.” ~ Rudolf Steiner
  24. “More often than not when we do not like our work, it’s not necessarily because of the work itself. But more often because of the people we work with and more importantly because of the lack of leadership. It is amazing how inspired and motivated we can be when we like the people and when we feel like we show up to work because our leaders care about our wellbeing. It is kind of incredible actually.” ~ Simon Sinek
  25. “When you ask people what affects their wellbeing most, they think of health and wealth.” ~ Tom Rath

  26. “There is wealth but no wellbeing. What are you going to do with this wealth?” ~ Jaggi Vasudev
  27. “This disease of being “busy” (and let’s call it what it is, the dis-ease of being busy, when we are never at ease) is spiritually destructive to our health and wellbeing. It saps our ability to be fully present with those we love the most in our families, and keeps us from forming the kind of community that we all so desperately crave.” ~ Omid Safi
  28. “The greatest contribution we can make to the wellbeing of those in our lives
    is to have peace in our own hearts.” ~ David Simon
  29. “The proper goal of an economic democracy agenda is to replace the global suicide economy ruled by rapacious and unaccountable global corporations with a planetary system of local living economies comprised of human-scale enterprise rooted in the communities they serve and locally owned by the people whose wellbeing depends on them.” ~ David Korten
  30. “The female body was designed as a source of pleasure, fertility, movement, strength and wellbeing.” ~ Christiane Northrup

  31. “When we get at least six hours of daily social time, it increases our wellbeing and minimizes stress and worry. The six hours includes time at work, at home, on the telephone, talking to friends, sending e-mail, and other communication.” ~ Tom Rath
  32. “Though we think intrinsic desires tend to be pretty stable, we do not think they imply anything like the amount of predictability in behavior that traditional virtue ethics requires for someone to have a one-word-in-English character trait such as “benevolence”. Other things being equal, a person with more of a desire for other people’s wellbeing will do more for other people’s wellbeing, but things are almost never equal.” ~ Nomy Arpaly
  33. “I came from a war-torn country and I was a victim of that racism because within tribes, within political lines, people were fighting. The first thing that I like to fight is racism because I know what it means, how it destroys the fabric of my society, of my wellbeing.” ~ Pearl Tan
  34. “I think success has a downside. The more successful you get and the more out there you are in the world, the more vulnerable you are and the more you are open to hate, especially because of social media. But it also depends what you class as success, because someone could do something mean and class that as success for them. But for me, if you’re doing something positive that’s allowing someone to have a better wellbeing, or embrace their life more, you have to go for it, but know there’s always going to be people who hate on you for doing what you’re doing.” ~ Harnaam Kaur
  35. “Most people perceive their occupation as being a detriment to their overall wellbeing.” ~ Tom Rath

  36. “Yoga’s ultimate intent is to achieve something far deeper and more meaningful than just a better body or less stress and tension. Its ultimate aim is to help you hear your soul’s call so that you can be consistently guided to make the best decisions – the ones that serve your highest state of wellbeing. In the process of doing so, you will necessarily be made more whole and act in such a way as to support the larger world of which you are a part.” ~ Rod Stryker
  37. “My approach to wellbeing is to not be so critical and so hard on myself, and also to not think that I have to conform to other people’s ideas of beauty, and to be okay with what made me feel good. I think it took me a while to get there.” ~ Jessica Alba
  38. “Food is a great metaphor for the consolidation of corporate power in the hands of very few, who are mostly interested in their own profits and not the wellbeing of the animals they’re slaughtering, or the land and the water they’re using or abusing, or the workforce they’re exploiting or even the people eating it.” ~ Robert Kenner
  39. “For interests that are vital to the U.S. – that is, essential for our survival and wellbeing – the U.S. should be prepared to use military force – including unilaterally, if necessary.” ~ Graham T. Allison
  40. “All my moves were designed to promote the happiness and wellbeing of my family, rather than fame.” ~ Ryan Shawcross

  41. “When your people have determined that you understand their lies in their hearts and are dedicated to their functional wellbeing, they will compensate for your weaknesses and shore up your strengths.” ~ Kevin Allen
  42. “Buying experience such as going out to dinner or taking a vacation increases our own wellbeing and the wellbeing of others. Experiences last while material purchases fade.” ~ Tom Rath
  43. “Spending on oneself does not boost wellbeing. However, spending money on others does — and it appears to be as important to people’s happiness as the total amount of money they make.” ~ Tom Rath
  44. “There has maybe been a poor – a misunderstanding or statements that have maybe hurt, unfortunately. The Mexicans have felt offended by what has been said [by Donald Trump]. But I am certain that his genuine interest is in building a relationship that will provide our mutual societies improved wellbeing.” ~ Enrique Pena Nieto
  45. “Food is love, for my body, wellbeing, and the animals that go unheard every day.” ~ Margaret Chapman

  46. “Now I know why yoga is so life-giving for so many. I have never experienced a practice that combines such physical challenge and spiritual wellbeing in my life.” ~ Emily Saliers
  47. “We still live in a world of such gross injustice and inequality, that only privileged people like ourselves can afford to think of eros and art as top concerns in life. They are important, for sure, but I think it’s high time to shift priorities around, away from selfish indulgence, and toward more concern for the wellbeing of so many others who suffer atrocities, injustice, and famine, all over the planet.” ~ Massimo Pigliucci
  48. “Most people have thought of … climate change as a problem about the environment that is separate and distinct from problems of human wellbeing.” ~ Naomi Oreskes
  49. “Appreciation is not an otherworldly or good treat which we may take or push away as per the minute’s impulses, and in either case without material outcomes. Appreciation is the very bread and meat of profound and good wellbeing, separately and all things considered. What was the seed of deterioration that tainted the antiquated’s heart world past the purpose of perfect remedy…? What was it however selfishness?” ~ Noel ‘Razor’ Smith
  50. “It is now well understood that humans ultimately depend on the health of the planet for their wellbeing.” ~ Peter Garrett

  51. “If you look at the works psychologists have done about individual reports of wellbeing, what happens is that if you’re poor, you are not happy. But once you achieve a certain level of material satisfaction then income has very little correlation with people’s reported states of happiness, things like climate matter more, things like the culture of the country in which you’re raised matter more and so the things really, let’s face it, like individual temperament matter more than these things.” ~ Dale Jamieson , Psychological well being quotes
  52. “When we’re in touch with our body, we’re attuned to our intuition, needs, and desires and will be in the best position to make evolutionary choices for our health and wellbeing.” ~ Deepak Chopra
  53. “One of the most important tasks is to broaden the energy supply … Energy determines today international security and social as well as economic development in many respects. In reality, the wellbeing of millions of people is directly dependent in energy security.” ~ Vladimir Putin
  54. “Wilderness has become one of the world’s fastest disappearing resources, and it is non-renewable. Yet unlike oil, gold or woodchips, it is essential to the wellbeing of humanity. We are made of it and fashioned by it…our psychological beings resonate with it.” ~ Bob Brown
  55. “We need a price on carbon that accurately reflects its real costs on our society and our wellbeing.” ~ Katharine Hayhoe

  56. “It’s very important that we expand our use of clean energy and make a long-term commitment to it. Biodiesel and ethanol are better for the environment and for the air we breathe. The use of biodiesel is a positive step toward minimizing pollutive emissions and greenhouse gases. By focusing on school buses, we can affect the health and wellbeing of the people most susceptible to that pollution – our children – today.” ~ Julia Roberts
  57. “Greece is at a crucial crossroads. The choices that are made and the policies that are enforced will have a decisive impact on the wellbeing of Greeks. The way forward will not be easy but the problems can be solved, and will be solved, if there is unity, co-operation and consensus.” ~ Lucas Papademos
  58. “What keeps things going, what sustains families, what makes work meaningful, what contributes to our wellbeing and what really connects us to Nature is cooperation” ~ Ed Mayo
  59. “As an engineer, I understood that the natural world operated according to fixed laws. Through my studies, I came to realize that there were, likewise, laws that govern human wellbeing. It seemed to me that these laws are fundamental not only to the wellbeing of societies, but also to the miniature societies of organizations. Indeed, that is what we found when we began to apply these principles systematically at Koch Industries. Through our observation of how they could create prosperity in an organization, I began to systematize my beliefs into Market-Based Management.” ~ Charles Koch
  60. “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food” ~ Hippocrates

  61. “The fact that so many people choose to live in ways that narrow the community of fate to a very limited set of others and to define the rest as threatening to their way of life and values is deeply worrying because this contemporary form of tribalism, and the ideologies that support it, enable them to deny complex and more crosscutting mutual interdependencies-local, national, and international-and to elude their own role in creating long-term threats to their own wellbeing and that of others.” ~ Margaret Levi
  62. “The essence of power is the knowledge that what you do is going to have an effect not just an immediate but perhaps a lifelong effect on the happiness and wellbeing of millions of people and so I think the essence of power is to be conscious of what it can mean for others.” ~ Bob Hawke
  63. “For a very long time now I’ve been saying to young women, ‘You can have it all, but not all at the same time.’ How important it is to take very good care of yourself, of your mental and physical and spiritual wellbeing; it’s hard to do. It’s easier to be a workaholic than to have a truly balanced life.” ~ Quentin Bryce
  64. “Like every big organisation these days, the BBC is obsessed with the wellbeing of those who set foot on its premises. Studios must display warning notices if there is real glass on the set, and the other day I was presented with a booklet explaining how to use a door. I am not kidding.” ~ Jeremy Clarkson
  65. “Prayer and contemplation are both exercises in concentration. The normal deluge of conscious thought is restricted and the mind is brought to one conscious area of operation. The results are those you find in any concentrative practice: deep calm, a physiological slowing of the metabolism and a sense of peace and wellbeing” ~ Henepola Gunaratana

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