Ikigai Quotes – Find Your Reason For Living

Ikigai is a self-help book that is based on finding your reason for living (Ikigai). This book will help you to find a job in which you are good, you like it, you can earn enough, and the world needs that job. 

You know all the popular personalities have found their Ikigai that’s why they are at that level. Finding ikigai is very important because without ikigai you can’t go you your flow state.

Ikigai Quote Find Your Reason For Living

List of best quotes from Ikigai book

Our ikigai is different for all of us, but one thing we have in common is that we are all searching for meaning. - Hector Garcia, Ikigai

1. “Our ikigai is different for all of us, but one thing we have in common is that we are all searching for meaning.”

Hector Garcia, Ikigai
The grand essentials to happiness in this life are something to do, something to love, and something to hope for - Hector Garcia, Ikigai

2. “The grand essentials to happiness in this life are something to do, something to love, and something to hope for.”

Hector Garcia, Ikigai
3. “His experiences as a prisoner at Auschwitz showed him that “Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.”  - ikigai quotes by hector garcia

3. “His experiences as a prisoner at Auschwitz showed him that “Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.”

Hector Garcia, Ikigai
To be able to concentrate for a considerable amount of time is essential to difficult achievement - Hector Garcia, Ikigai

4. “To be able to concentrate for a considerable amount of time is essential to difficult achievement”

Hector Garcia, Ikigai
As the quip attributed to Einstein goes, Put your hand on a hot stove for a minute and it seems like an hour. Sit with a pretty girl for an hour, and it seems like a minute. That is relativity.

5. “As the quip attributed to Einstein goes, “Put your hand on a hot stove for a minute and it seems like an hour. Sit with a pretty girl for an hour, and it seems like a minute. That is relativity.”

Hector Garcia, Ikigai
It is much more important to have a compass pointing to a concrete objective than to have a map. - Hector Garcia, ikigai

6. “It is much more important to have a compass pointing to a concrete objective than to have a map.”

Hector Garcia, Ikigai
Being in a hurry is inversely proportional to quality of life - Hector Garcia, Ikigai

7. “Being in a hurry is inversely proportional to quality of”

Hector Garcia, Ikigai
Be led by your curiosity, and keep busy by doing things that fill you with meaning and happiness. - Hector Garcia, Ikigai

8. “Be led by your curiosity, and keep busy by doing things that fill you with meaning and happiness.”

Hector Garcia, Ikigai
9. “One way to reach a state of mindfulness is through meditation, which helps filter the information that reaches us from the outside world. It can also be achieved through breathing exercises, yoga, and body scans.” - ikigai quotes by hector garcia

9. “One way to reach a state of mindfulness is through meditation, which helps filter the information that reaches us from the outside world. It can also be achieved through breathing exercises, yoga, and body scans.”

Hector Garcia, Ikigai
To focus on a task we need 1. To be in a distraction-free environment 2. To have control over what we are doing at every moment - Hector Garcia, Ikigai

10. “To focus on a task we need: 1. To be in a distraction-free environment 2. To have control over what we are doing at every moment”

Hector Garcia, Ikigai
When confronted with a big goal, try to break it down into parts and then attack each part one by one. - Hector Garcia, Ikigai

11. “When confronted with a big goal, try to break it down into parts and then attack each part one by one.”

Hector Garcia, Ikigai
The happiest people are not the ones who achieve the most. They are the ones who spend more time than others in a state of flow. - Hector Garcia, Ikigai

12. “The happiest people are not the ones who achieve the most. They are the ones who spend more time than others in a state of flow.”

Hector Garcia, Ikigai
Spend no more than twenty minutes on Facebook per day - Hector Garcia, Ikigai

13. “Spend no more than twenty minutes on Facebook per day”

Hector Garcia, Ikigai
He who has a why to live for can bear with almost anyhow. - Hector Garcia, Ikigai

14. “He who has a why to live for can bear with almost anyhow.”

Hector Garcia, Ikigai
We are what we repeatedly do - Hector Garcia, Ikigai

15. “We are what we repeatedly do.

Hector Garcia, Ikigai
Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit. —Aristotle - Hector Garcia, Ikigai

16. “Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit. —Aristotle”

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simply interacting with others—playing a game, for example—offers new stimuli and helps prevent the depression that can come with solitude. - Hector Garcia, Ikigai

17. “simply interacting with others—playing a game, for example—offers new stimuli and helps prevent the depression that can come with solitude.”

Hector Garcia, Ikigai
18. “Morita explained the idea of letting go of negative feelings with the following fable: A donkey that is tied to a post by a rope will keep walking around the post in an attempt to free itself, only to become more immobilized and attached to the post. The same thing applies to people with obsessive thinking who become more trapped in their own suffering when they try to escape from their fears and discomfort.” - ikgiai quotes bud hector garcia

18. “Morita explained the idea of letting go of negative feelings with the following fable: A donkey that is tied to a post by a rope will keep walking around the post in an attempt to free itself, only to become more immobilized and attached to the post. The same thing applies to people with obsessive thinking who become more trapped in their own suffering when they try to escape from their fears and discomfort.”

Hector Garcia, Ikigai
Getting back to Albert Einstein, a happy man is too satisfied with the present to dwell on the future - Hector Garcia, Ikagai

19. “Getting back to Albert Einstein, “a happy man is too satisfied with the present to dwell on the future.

Hector Garcia, Ikigai
Life is not a problem to be solved. Just remember to have something that keeps you busy doing what you love while being surrounded by the people who love you. - Hector Garcia, Ikigai

20. “Life is not a problem to be solved. Just remember to have something that keeps you busy doing what you love while being surrounded by the people who love you.”

Hector Garcia, Ikigai
There is nothing wrong with enjoying life’s pleasures as long as they do not take control of your life as you enjoy them - Hector Garcia, Ikigai

21. “There is nothing wrong with enjoying life’s pleasures as long as they do not take control of your life as you enjoy them”

Hector Garcia, Ikigai
22. “We have to learn to turn off the autopilot that’s steering us in an endless loop. We all know people who snack while talking on the phone or watching the news. You ask them if the omelet they just ate had onion in it, and they can’t tell you,” - ikigai quotes by hector garcia

22. “We have to learn to turn off the autopilot that’s steering us in an endless loop. We all know people who snack while talking on the phone or watching the news. You ask them if the omelet they just ate had onion in it, and they can’t tell you,”

Hector Garcia, Ikigai
Everything can be taken from a man but one thing the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way. - Hector Garcia, Ikigai

23. “Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.”

Hector Garcia, Ikigai
essentials to happiness in this life are something to do, something to love, and something to hope for. - Hector Garcia, Ikigai

24. “essentials to happiness in this life are something to do, something to love, and something to hope for.”

Hector Garcia, Ikigai

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