10 Motivational Quotes

Looking for Motivational Words to motivate and inspire you. Here find Ten short Quotes, to provide you with motivation for your week. I would encourage you to pick one of the Ten Motivational Quotes that you speak to you - the one you find that Motivates you, write it down and refer to it each day over the next week. Remember that a new Attitude or Behaviour is Built by Repetition. Reading and Re-reading a Quote will help build this new way of Thinking or Acting.

1. Change your thoughts from, "what's in it for me?" to "how can I help?" - This is one of the keys to success. (Catherine Pulsifer) 2. Success is not counted by how high you have climbed but by how many you brought with you. (Wil Rose) 3. Determination and perseverance move the world; thinking that others will do it for you is a sure way to fail. (Marva Collins) 4. Learn to be flexible; it makes the curves in your life path much easier to manoeuvre. (Cherie Carter-Scott) 5. Problems tend to growl at us like cowardly dogs. If we face them and challenge them, they back away. If we run from them, they run after us, snapping our heels. (Freddie Mitman) 6. Over the years I have discovered that ideas come through an intense desire for them; continually desiring, the mind becomes a watchtower on the lookout for incidents that may excite the imagination. (Charlie Chaplin) 7. The most important trip you may take in life is meeting people halfway. (Maurice Kelleher) 8. What's important is how frequently you're happy, not how intensely. Those peaks of happiness - getting swept off your feet, scaling a mountain top, winning a bundle in Las Vegas - are nice, but happiness comes down to being quietly content most of the time. (Dr. Joyce Brothers) 9. We become what we expect to become. Greatness can be achieved only if we expect it from ourselves and from others! (James Ericson) 10. An oak and a reed were arguing about their strength. When a strong wind came up, the reed avoided being uprooted by bending and leaning with the gusts of wind. But the oak stood firm and was torn up by the roots. (Aesop)

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