Looking for life advice? Check out Jay Shetty’s latest quotes. They’ll provide you with some much-needed perspective and motivation.
Whether you’re struggling with a personal issue or just need a little inspiration, these quotes will speak to you.
Keep them in mind the next time you’re feeling down, and let the wisdom of Jay Shetty help guide you on your journey.
Jay Shetty Quotes 2023
30. Some people love you but don’t tell you, Some people tell you but don’t love you. — Jay Shetty
31. The slowest road to success is when you’re comparing yourself to others. — Jay Shetty
32. Being happy for someone else’s success makes you happier. Go try it and stop being salty. — Jay Shetty
33. You’re not going to master the rest of your life in one day. Don’t stress. Master the day. Make this a daily reminder. — Jay Shetty
34. A best friend is someone who loves you when you forget to love yourself. — Jay Shetty
35. The Challenge we have is that we only talk about people’s failures when they succeed. We feel like their failures never happened. We need to share these stories earlier. — Jay Shetty
36. At you best, you still won’t be good enough for the wrong person. At Your worst, you’ll still be worth it to the right person. — Jay Shetty
37. The more you try and keep up with others’ opinions, the more you’ll fall behind. — Jay Shetty
38. The challenge is we all want to be with someone who makes us happy when what we need to do is be someone who makes us happy. — Jay Shetty
39. “Mudita is the principle of taking sympathetic or unselfish joy in the good fortune of others. If I only find joy in my own successes, I’m limiting my joy. But if I can take pleasure in the successes of my friends and family—ten, twenty, fifty people!—I get to experience fifty times the happiness and joy. Who doesn’t want that?”
40. “Here’s the life hack: Service is always the answer. It fixes a bad day. It tempers the burdens we bear. Service helps other people and helps us. We don’t expect anything in return, but what we get is the joy of service. It’s an exchange of love. When you’re living in service, you don’t have time to complain and criticize. When you’re living in service, your fears go away. When you’re living in service, you feel grateful. Your material attachments diminish.”
41. “According to the Gita, these are the higher values and qualities: fearlessness, purity of mind, gratitude, service and charity, acceptance, performing sacrifice, deep study, austerity, straightforwardness, nonviolence, truthfulness, absence of anger, renunciation, perspective, restraint from fault finding, compassion toward all living beings, satisfaction, gentleness/kindness, integrity, determination.”
42. “When you deal with fear and hardship, you realize that you’re capable of dealing with fear and hardship. This gives you a new perspective: the confidence that when bad things happen, you will find ways to handle them. With that increased objectivity, you become better able to differentiate what’s actually worth being afraid of and what’s not.”
43. “Complainers, like the friend on the phone, who complain endlessly without looking for solutions. Life is a problem that will be hard if not impossible to solve. Cancellers, who take a compliment and spin it: “You look good today” becomes “You mean I looked bad yesterday?” Casualties, who think the world is against them and blame their problems on others. Critics, who judge others for either having a different opinion or not having one, for any choices they’ve made that are different from what the critic would have done. Commanders, who realize their own limits but pressure others to succeed. They’ll say, “You never have time for me,” even though they’re busy as well. Competitors, who compare themselves to others, controlling and manipulating to make themselves or their choices look better. They are in so much pain that they want to bring others down. Often we have to play down our successes around these people because we know they can’t appreciate them. Controllers, who monitor and try to direct how their friends or partners spend time, and with whom, and what choices they make. You can have fun with this list, seeing if you can think of someone to fit each type. But the real point of it is to help you”