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  • Lido Anthony "Lee" Iacocca (born October 15, 1924) is an American industrialist most commonly known for his revival of the Chrysler brand in the 1980s when he was the CEO. Among the most widely recognized businessmen in the world, he was a passionate advocate of U.S. business exports during the 1980s. He is the author or co-author of several books, including Iacocca: An Autobiography (with William Novak), and Where have all the Leaders Gone?Iacocca joined Ford in the early 1950s and after a brief stint on engineering, he quickly asked to be moved to sales and marketing where his career flourished. While working in a local district for sales, Iacocca gained national recognition in 1956 with his "56 for 56" campaign, offering $56 monthly payment loans for 1956 model year cars. His campaign went national and Iacocca was called to Dearborn where he quickly moved through the ranks to become President of the Ford Division on his 40th birthday, October 15, 1964.Iacocca was involved with the design of several successful Ford automobiles, most notably the Ford Mustang. Also, he was responsible for the Lincoln Continental Mark III, the Ford Fiesta and the revival of the Mercury brand in the late 1960's, including the introduction of the Mercury Cougar and Mercury Marquis. He was also the "moving force," as one court put it, behind the notorious Ford Pinto[1]. He promoted other ideas which did not reach the marketplace as Ford products. These included cars ultimately introduced by Chrysler- the K car and the minivan. Eventually, he became the president of the Ford Motor Company, but he clashed with Henry Ford II and ultimately, in 1978, he was fired by Henry II, despite Ford posting a $2 billion profit for the year.
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  • Motiv quotes2

    1. 1. MotivQuotesVolume 2365 Positive, Motivational Quotes onefor each day or study ahead
    2. 2. ―Success is largely a matter of holding on whenall others have let go.‖~ Anonymous1©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    3. 3. ―Effective people are not problem-minded, theyare opportunity-minded. They feedopportunities and starve problems.‖~ Stephen Covey2©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    4. 4. ―Have great hopes and dare to go all out forthem. Have great dreams and dare to live forthem. Have tremendous expectations andbelieve in them.‖~ Norman Vincent Peale3©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    5. 5. ―It is what we do easily and what we like to dothat we do well.‖~ Orison Swett Marden4©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    6. 6. "The most practical, beautiful, workablephilosophy in the world wont work - if youwont."~ Zig Ziglar5©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    7. 7. ―It‘s enough for you to do it once for a few mento remember you. But if you do it year afteryear, then many people remember you andthey tell it to their children, and their childrenand grandchildren remember and, if itconcerns books, they read them. If it is goodenough, it will last as long as there are humanbeings.‖~ Ernest Hemingway6©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    8. 8. ―High expectations are the key to everything.‖~Sam Walton7©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    9. 9. "Happiness comes of the capacity to feel deeply,to enjoy simply, to think freely, to risk life, tobe needed."~ Thomas Jefferson8©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    10. 10. ―Every good thought you think is contributing itsshare to the ultimate result of your life.‖~ Grenville Kleiser9©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    11. 11. ―Virtue is bold and goodness never fearful.‖~ William Shakespeare10©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    12. 12. ―Success means doing the best we can with whatwe have. Success is the doing, not the getting;in the trying, not the triumph. Success is apersonal standard, reaching for the highestthat is in us, being all we can be.‖~ Zig Ziglar11©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    13. 13. ―There are only 3 colors, 10 digits, and 7 notes; itis what we do with them that‘s important.‖~ Ruth Ross12©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    14. 14. ―If you expect nothing, you‘re apt to besurprised. You‘ll get it.‖~Malcom S. Forbes13©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    15. 15. ―Only as high as I reach, can I grow, only as faras I seek can I go, only as deep as I look can Isee, only as much as I dream can I be.‖~ Karen Ravn14©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    16. 16. ―In the long run men hit only at what they aim.‖~Henry David Thoreau15©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    17. 17. ―You can‘t put a price tag on the AmericanDream. That dream is the heart and soul ofAmerica; it is the promise that keeps ournation forever good and generous, a modeland hope to the world.‖~ President Ronald ReaganOctober 22, 198616©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    18. 18. ―Sticks and stones may break your bones, butwords will break our hearts…‖~ Robert Fulghum17©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    19. 19. ―The path to success is to take massive,determined action.‖~ Anthony Robbins18©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    20. 20. ―It is simply a matter of what you do best andnot worrying about what the other fellow isgoing to do.‖~ John R. Amos19©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    21. 21. ―Kindness is the life‘s blood, the elixir ofmarriage. Kindness makes the differencebetween passion and caring. Kindness istenderness. Kindness is love, but perhapsgreater than love … Kindness is good will.Kindness says, ―I want you to be happy.‖Kindness comes very close to the benevolenceof God.‖~ Randolph Ray20©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    22. 22. ―It is always your next move.‖~Napoleon Hill21©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    23. 23. ―Be of good cheer. Do not think of today‘s failures,but of the success that may come tomorrow.You have set yourselves a difficult task, but youwill succeed if you persevere; and you will findjoy in overcoming obstacles. Remember, noeffort that we make to attain somethingbeautiful is ever lost.‖~ Helen Keller22©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    24. 24. ―One of the most difficult things is to not tochange society – but to change yourself.‖~ Nelson Mandela23©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    25. 25. ―In times of great stress or adversity, it is alwaysbest to keep busy, to plow your anger and yourenergy in to something positive.‖~ Lee Iaccoca24©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    26. 26. ―When a defining moment comes along, you cando one of two things, define the moment or letthe moment define you.‖~ Tin Cup25©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    27. 27. ―Vision is the art of seeing the invisible.‖~ Jonathan Swift26©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    28. 28. ―Our lives improve only when we takechances…and the first and most difficult riskwe can take is to be honest with ourselves.‖~ Walter Anderson27©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    29. 29. ―In golf and in life, it doesn‘t matter how far youhit the ball. It is how close do you come to thecup that counts.‖~ Tin Cup28©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    30. 30. ―It is you. YOU define your limits. And it is youwho can expand them when you are ready.Now is the time to create goals high enough toignite your spirit and inspire you to takeaction.‖~ E.R. Haas29©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    31. 31. "Feeling grateful to or appreciative of someoneor something in your life actually attracts moreof the things that you appreciate and valueinto your life.―~ Christiane Northrup, M.D.30©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    32. 32. ―You can have brilliant ideas, but if you can‘t getthem across, your ideas won‘t get youanywhere.‖~ Lee Iaccoca31©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    33. 33. ―Success is peace of mind, a direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing that you did your bestto become the best that you are capable ofbecoming, and not just in a physical way: seekye first the kingdom and His righteousness andall these things will be yours as well.‖~ John Wooden32©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    34. 34. ―This is a prescription for successfulachievement. No, it does not come easy. Youhave to work it hard… work it smart… andstay in the game long enough to win. Whenyou do, you will not only be successful, buthappy as well.‖~ E.R. Haas33©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    35. 35. ―We can do anything we want if we stick to itlong enough.‖~ Helen Keller34©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    36. 36. "Dont spend your precious time asking "Whyisnt the world a better place?" It will only betime wasted. The question to ask is "How can Imake it better?" To that there is an answer. "~ Leo Buscaglia35©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    37. 37. ―Twenty years from now you will become moredisappointed by the things you didn‘t do thanby the ones you did do. So throw off thebowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor.Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore.Dream. Discover.‖~Mark Twain36©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    38. 38. ―Unless a man undertakes more than he can do,he will never do all than he can.‖~ Henry Drummond37©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    39. 39. ―The newest computer can merely compound, atspeed, the oldest problem in relations betweenhuman beings, and in the end thecommunicator will be confronted with the oldproblem, of what to say and how to say it.‖~ Edward R. Murrow38©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    40. 40. “Could we change our attitude, we should notonly see life differently, but that life itselfwould become different. Life would undergo achange of appearance because we ourselveshad undergone a change in attitude.‖~ Katherine Mansfield39©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    41. 41. ―The true greatness lies in being kind, the truestwisdom is a happy mind.‖~ Ella Wheeler Wilcox40©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    42. 42. ―Playing it safe is the riskiest choice we can evermake.‖~ Sarah Ban Breathnach41©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    43. 43. ―The man who acquires the ability to take fullpossession of his own mind may takepossession of anything else to which he isjustly entitled.‖~ Andrew Carnegie42©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    44. 44. ―The discipline of writing something down is thefirst step for making it happen.‖~ Lee Iaccoca43©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    45. 45. ―Success is often achieved by those who don‘tknow that failure is inevitable.‖~ Coco Chanel44©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    46. 46. ―When I let go of what I am, I become what Imight be.‖~Lao Tzu45©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    47. 47. ―It is not easy to find happiness in ourselves, it isnot possible to find it elsewhere.‖~ Agnes Repplier46©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    48. 48. ―Our real duty is always found running in thedirection of our worthiest desires.‖~ Randolph S. Bourne47©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    49. 49. ―The world is a great mirror. It reflects back toyou what you are. If you are loving, if you arefriendly, if you are helpful, the world will proveloving and friendly and helpful to you. Theworld is what you are.~ Thomas Dreier48©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    50. 50. ―One should count each day a separate life.‖~ Seneca49©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    51. 51. “Motivation is everything. You can do the work oftwo people, but you can‘t be two people.Instead you have to inspire the next guy downand get him to inspire his people.‖~ Lee Iaccoca50©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    52. 52. ―When you get into a tight place and everythinggoes against you, till it seems as though youcould not hang on a minute longer, never giveup then, for that is just the place and time thatthe tide will turn.‖~Harriet Beecher Stowe51©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    53. 53. ―The ability to deal with people is as purchasablea commodity as sugar or coffee and I will paymore for that ability than any other under thesun.‖~ John D. Rockefeller52©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    54. 54. ―There is a time to let things happen and a timeto make things happen.‖~ Hugh Prather53©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    55. 55. ―Start with good people, lay out the rules,communicate with your employees, motivatethem, and reward them. If you do these thingseffectively, you can‘t miss.‖~ Lee Iaccoca54©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    56. 56. ―If the ladder is not leaning against the rightwall, every step we take gets us to the wrongplace faster.‖~ Stephen Covey55©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    57. 57. ―The pearl is the oyster‘s autobiography.‖~ Frederico Fellini56©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    58. 58. ―Rule number 1 is, ―Don‘t sweat the small stuff.‖Rule number 2 is, ―It is all small stuff.‖~ Robert Eliot57©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    59. 59. "It is necessary, then, to cultivate the habit ofbeing grateful for every good thing that comesto you, and to give thanks continuously. Andbecause all things have contributed to youradvancement, you should include all things inyour gratitude."~Wallace D. Wattles58©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    60. 60. ―Practice the presence of God just as you wouldpractice music.‖~ Emilie Cady59©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    61. 61. ―Three things in human life are important: Thefirst is to be kind. The 2nd is to be kind. Thethird is to be kind.‖~William James60©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    62. 62. ―If you could get up the courage to begin, youhave the courage to succeed.‖~ David Viscott61©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    63. 63. ―How far that little candle throws his beams! Soshines a good deed in a naughty world.‖~ William Shakespeare62©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    64. 64. ―When you dance, your purpose is not to get to acertain place on the floor. It‘s to enjoy eachstep on the way.‖~ Dr. Wayne Dyer63©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    65. 65. ―Where you are headed is more important thanhow fast you are going. Rather than alwaysfocus on what‘s urgent, learn to focus onwhat‘s really important.‖~ Stephen Covey64©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    66. 66. "Promise yourself to be so strong that nothingcan disturb your peace of mind. To talk health,happiness, and prosperity to every person youmeet. To make all your friends feel that thereis something in them. To look at the sunny sideof everything and make your optimism cometrue. To think only of the best, to work only forthe best and expect only the best.~ Christian D. Larson65©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    67. 67. ―The grass is not, in fact, greener on the otherside of the fence.. Fences have nothing to dowith it. The grass is greenest where it iswatered. When crossing over fences, carrywater with you and tend the grass whereveryou may be.‖~ Robert Fulghum66©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    68. 68. ―If you want things to be different, perhaps theanswer is to become different yourself.‖~ Norman Vincent Peale67©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    69. 69. "If we did all the things we are capable of doing,we would literally astound ourselves.―~ Thomas Alva Edison68©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    70. 70. "There is only one real sin and that is topersuade oneself that the second best isanything but second best.‖~ Doris Lessing69©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    71. 71. "Create a definite plan for carrying out yourdesire and begin at once, whether you ready ornot, to put this plan into action."~ Napoleon Hill70©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    72. 72. ―A leaders role is to raise peoples aspirations forwhat they can become and to release theirenergies so they will try to get there.‖~ David Gergen71©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    73. 73. ―Try to make at least one person happy everyday. If you cannot do a kind deed, speak a kindword. If you cannot speak a kind word, think akind thought. Count up, if you can, thetreasure of happiness that you would dispensein a week, in a year, in a lifetime!"~ Lawrence G. Lovasik72©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    74. 74. ―I can change. I can live out my imaginationinstead of my memory. I can tie myself to mylimitless potential instead of my limiting past.‖~ Stephen Covey73©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    75. 75. ―A strong positive mental attitude will createmore miracles than any wonder drug.‖~ Patricia Neal74©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    76. 76. ―One thing we can do is make the choice to viewthe world in a healthy way. We can choose tosee the world as safe with only moments ofdanger rather seeing the world as dangerouswith only moments of safety.‖~Deepak Chopra75©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    77. 77. ―Think you can‘t change the world? Too late youalready have. It was changed for the betterthe minute you were born. There are morepeople than you can imagine who will never bethe same because they came in contact withyou, if for only a fleeting moment.‖~ Gail Pursell Elliott76©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    78. 78. ―Truly greater is the power within you than anyother power on earth.‖~ William Arthur Ward77©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    79. 79. "Pick battles big enough to matter, small enoughto win."~ Jonathan Kozol78©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    80. 80. ―Develop success from failures. Discouragementand failure are two of the surest steppingstones to success.‖~ Dale Carnegie79©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    81. 81. ―You must try to generate happiness withinyourself. If you arent happy in one place,chances are you wont be happy anyplace."~ Ernie Banks80©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    82. 82. ―If I had to live my life again, I‘d make the samemistakes, only sooner.‖~Tallulah Bankhead81©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    83. 83. ―It is the repetition of affirmations that leads tobelief. And once that belief becomes a deepconviction, things begin to happen.‖~ Claude M. Bristol82©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    84. 84. ―It has long since come to my attention thatpeople of accomplishment rarely sat back andlet things happen to them. They went out andhappened to things.‖~ Elinor Smith83©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    85. 85. ―Either you decide to stay in the shallow end ofthe pool or you go out in the ocean.‖~ Christopher Reeve84©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    86. 86. ―Much of the stress that people feel doesn‘t comefrom having too much to do. It comes from notfinishing what they started.‖~ David Allen85©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    87. 87. ―Hope sees the invisible, feels the intangible, andachieves the impossible.‖~ Charles Caleb Cotton86©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    88. 88. ―The future belongs to those who seepossibilities before they become obvious.‖~ John Scully87©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    89. 89. ―The most courageous act is still to think foryourself. Aloud.‖~ Coco Chanel88©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    90. 90. ―People begin to become successful the minutethey decide to be.‖~ Harvey Mackay89©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    91. 91. ―Success isn‘t permanent and failure isn‘t fatal.‖~ Mike Ditka90©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    92. 92. ―Gold in its native state is but dull, unornamentalstuff, and only lowborn metals excite theadmiration of the ignorant with anostentatious glitter. However, like the rest ofthe world, I still go on underrating men of goldand glorifying men of mica.‖~ Mark Twain91©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    93. 93. ―Slow down and enjoy life. It‘s not only thescenery you miss by going to fast- you alsomiss the sense of where you are going andwhy.‖~ Eddie Cantor92©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    94. 94. ―When a resolute young fellow steps up to thegreat bully, the world, and takes him boldly bythe beard, he is often surprised that it comesoff in his hand, and that it is only tied on toscare away the timid adventurers.‖~ Ralph Waldo Emerson93©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    95. 95. ―I am only one; but I am still one. I cannot doeverything , but still I can do something. I willnot refuse to do the something I can do.‖~ Helen Keller94©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    96. 96. ―The unselfish effort to bring cheer to others willbe the beginning of a happier life forourselves.‖~ Helen Keller95©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    97. 97. ―Courage is going from failure to failure withoutlosing enthusiasm.‖~ Sir Winston Churchill96©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    98. 98. ―We know what we are, but know not what wemay be.‖~ William Shakespeare97©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    99. 99. ―The shortest way to do many things is to doonly one at a time.‖~ Sydney Smiles98©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    100. 100. ―Get around the right people. Associate withpositive, goal-oriented people who encourageand inspire you.―~ Brian Tracy99©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    101. 101. ―We make a living by what we get, we make alife by what we give.‖~Sir Winston Churchill100©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    102. 102. "The person who gets the farthest is generallythe one who is willing to do and dare. Thesure-thing boat never gets far from shore."~ Dale Carnegie101©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    103. 103. ―You cannot change your destination overnight,but you can change your direction overnight."~ Jim Rohn102©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    104. 104. ―Gratitude is our most direct line to God and theangels. If we take the time, no matter howcrazy or troubled we feel, we can be findsomething to be thankful for.‖~ Terry Lynn Taylor103©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    105. 105. ―Nobody can go back and start a new beginning,but anyone can start today and make a newending.‖~Maria Robinson104©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    106. 106. ―There is a tide in the affairs of men, which,when taken at the flood, leads on to fortune….We must take the current when it serves, or loseour ventures.‖~ William Shakespeare105©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    107. 107. ―I dont believe in failure. Its not failure if youenjoyed the process.‖~ Oprah Winfrey106©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    108. 108. "How does one become a butterfly? You mustwant to fly so much that you are willing to giveup being a caterpillar."-Trina Paulus107©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    109. 109. ―Be not simply good, be good for something.‖~ Henry David Thoreau108©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    110. 110. ―Goals provide the energy source that powersour lives. One of the best ways we can get themost from the energy we have is to focus it.That is what goals can do for us; concentrateour energy.‖~ Denis Waitley109©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    111. 111. ―Learn everything you can , anytime you can,from anyone you can- there will always come atime when you will be grateful you did.‖~ Sarah Caldwell110©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    112. 112. ―Power is the ability to do good things forothers.‖~ Brooke Astor111©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    113. 113. ―The more tranquil a man becomes, the greateris his success, his influence, his power forgood. Calmness of mind is one of the beautifuljewels of wisdom.‖~ James Allen112©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    114. 114. ―Adversity has the same effect on a man thatsevere training has on the pugilist: it reduceshim to his fighting weight.‖~ Josh Billings113©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    115. 115. ―The true test of character is not how much weknow how to do, but how we behave when wedon‘t know what to do.‖~ John Holt114©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    116. 116. ―If there are a hundred stepsIn thy path to successAnd you have not reached itIn ninety-nine of themDo not concludeThat the journey is a failure.‖~ Sir Lancelot115©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    117. 117. ―Too often we underestimate the power of atouch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, anhonest compliment, or the smallest act ofcaring, all of which have the potential to turn alife around.‖~ Leo Buscaglia116©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    118. 118. ―The most important words well ever utter arethose words we say to ourselves, aboutourselves, when were by ourselves.‖~ Al Walker117©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    119. 119. ―If my mind can conceive it, and my heart canbelieve it, I know I can achieve it.‖~ Jesse Jackson118©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    120. 120. ―There are many ways of going forward, but onlyone way of standing still."~ Franklin D. Roosevelt119©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    121. 121. ―Success is not the key to happiness. Happinessis the key to success. If you love what you aredoing, you will be successful.‖~ Herman Cain120©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    122. 122. ―Keep a definite goal of achievement constantlyin view. Realize that things that work well andare worthily done make life truly worth living.‖~ Grenville Kleiser121©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    123. 123. ―It is the ‗follow-through‘ that makes thedifference between ultimate success andfailure, because it is so easy to stop.‖~ Charles F. Kettering122©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    124. 124. ―The thoughts we choose to think are the toolswe use to paint the canvas of our lives.‖~ Louise Hay123©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    125. 125. ―If you don‘t make mistakes, you aren‘t reallytrying.‖~ Coleman Hawkings124©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    126. 126. ―I am always doing that which I cannot do, inorder that I may learn how to do it.‖~ Pablo Picasso125©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    127. 127. ―To insist on one‘s place in the scheme of thingsand to live up to that place.To empower others in their reaching forsomeplace in the scheme of things.To do these things is to make fairy tales cometrue.‖~ Robert Fulghum126©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    128. 128. ―Accept no ones definition of your life, butdefine yourself.‖~ Harvey Fierstein127©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    129. 129. ―At first dreams seem impossible, thenimprobable, then inevitable.‖~ Christopher Reeve128©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    130. 130. ―Experience tells you what to do, confidenceallows you to do it.‖~ Stan Smith129©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    131. 131. ―We are all faced with a series of greatopportunities brilliantly disguised asimpossible situations.‖~ Charles R. Swindoll130©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    132. 132. “No matter how small and unimportant what we aredoing may seem, if we do it well, it may soonbecome the step that will lead us to better things.”~ Channing Pollock131©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    133. 133. ―Focus more on your desire than on your doubt,and the dream will take care of itself. You maybe surprised at how easily this happens. Yourdoubts are not as powerful as your desires,unless you make them so.‖~Marcia Weider132©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    134. 134. ―Never think of God‘s delays as God‘s denials.Hold on, hold fast, hold out. Patience isgenius.‖~ Comte de Buffon133©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    135. 135. ―When we accept tough jobs as a challenge toour ability and wade into them with joy andenthusiasm, miracles can happen.‖~ Arland Gilbert134©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    136. 136. ―What you get by achieving your goals is not asimportant as what you become by achievingyour goals.‖~Zig Ziglar135©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    137. 137. “Continuous effort – not strength or intelligence- is thekey to unlocking our potential.”~ Sir Winston Churchill136©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    138. 138. "Were so busy watching out for whats justahead of us that we dont take time to enjoywhere we are."~ Calvin & Hobbes137©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    139. 139. ―Motivation is when your dreams put on workclothes.‖~ Ben Franklin138©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    140. 140. ―The very essence of leadership is that you haveto have a vision.‖~ Theodore M. Hesburgh139©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    141. 141. "There are only two ways to live your life: One isas though nothing is a miracle, The other is asthough everything is a miracle. I believe in thelatter."~ Albert Einstein140©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    142. 142. "One ship drives east and another drives westwith the selfsame winds that blow.Tis the set of sails and not the gales whichtells us the way to go. ―~ Ella Wheeler Wilcox141©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    143. 143. ―It is not enough to have a good mind. The mainthing is to use it well.‖~ Rene Descartes142©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    144. 144. ―Blessed is the man who trusts in the Lord andhas made the Lord his hope and confidence.‖~ Jeremiah 17:7143©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    145. 145. ―Judge each day not by the harvest you reap butby the seeds you plant.‖~ Robert Louis Stevenson144©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    146. 146. ―Try not to become a man of success but a manof value.‖~ Albert Einstein145©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    147. 147. ―I learned this, at least, by my experiment: thatif one advances confidently in the direction ofhis dreams, and endeavors to live the lifewhich he had imagined, he will meet with asuccess unexpected in common hours. ‖~ Henry David Thoreau146©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    148. 148. ―To find what you seek in the road of life, thebest proverb of all is that which says: ‗Leaveno stone unturned.‘‖~ Edward Bulwer Lytton147©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    149. 149. ―Happy are those who dream dreams and areready to pay the price to make them cometrue.‖~ Leon J. Suenes148©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    150. 150. ―We are all motivated by a keen desire for praise,and the better a man is, the more he isinspired to glory.‖~ Cicero149©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    151. 151. ―Nothing can stop the man with the right mentalattitude from achieving his goal; nothing onearth can help the man with the wrong mentalattitude.‖~ Thomas Jefferson150©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    152. 152. ―To every problem there is already a solution,whether you know it or not. To every sum inmathematics there is already a correct answer,whether the mathematicians has found it ornot.‖~ Grenville Kleiser151©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    153. 153. ―Dont be afraid to take a big step. You cantcross a chasm in two small jumps. A personwho follows in anothers track leaves nofootprints. Thus, the task is not so much to seewhat no one yet has seen, but to think whatnobody yet has thought about that whicheverybody sees.‖~ Arthur Schopenhauer152©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    154. 154. ―The best way to destroy an enemy is to makehim a friend.‖~ Abraham Lincoln153©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    155. 155. "Successful people are always looking foropportunities to help others. Unsuccessfulpeople are always asking, Whats in it forme?"~ Brian Tracy154©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    156. 156. ―To climb steep hills requires a slow pace atfirst.‖~ William Shakespeare155©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    157. 157. ―Take calculated risks. That is quite differentfrom being rash.‖~ General George S. Patton156©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    158. 158. ―We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence,therefore, is not an act but a habit.‖~ Aristotle157©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    159. 159. ―Great spirits have always encountered violentopposition from mediocre minds.‖~ Albert Einstein158©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    160. 160. ―Honesty is the cornerstone of all success,without which confidence and ability toperform shall cease to exist.‖~Mary Kay Ash159©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    161. 161. ―Nothing great was ever achieved withoutenthusiasm.‖~ Ralph Waldo Emerson160©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    162. 162. ―Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement.Nothing cam be done without hope andconfidence.‖~ Helen Keller161©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    163. 163. ―The art of being wise is knowing what tooverlook.‖~ William James162©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    164. 164. ―The man of wisdom is never of two minds; theman of benevolence never worries; the man ofcourage is never afraid.‖~ Confucius163©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    165. 165. „Winning isn‟t everything, but wanting to win is.”~ Vince Lombardi164©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    166. 166. ―Each time someone stands up for an ideal, oracts to improve the lot of others, or strikes outagainst injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple ofhope.‖~ Robert F. Kennedy165©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    167. 167. ―Every ceiling, when reached, becomes a floor,upon which one walks as a matter of courseand prescriptive right.‖~ Aldous Huxley166©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    168. 168. ―People who are unable to motivate themselvesmust be content with mediocrity, no matterhow impressive their other talents.‖~ Andrew Carnegie167©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    169. 169. ―There is only one way to happiness and that isto cease worrying about things which arebeyond the power of our will.‖~ Epictetus168©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    170. 170. ―The power of imagination makes us infinite.‖~ John Muir169©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    171. 171. ―Far away in the sunshine are my highestaspirations. I may not reach them, but I canlook up and see their beauty, believe in them,and try to follow where they lead.‖~ Louise May Alcott170©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    172. 172. ―All men dream but not equally. Those whodream by night in the dusty recesses of theirmind wake in the day to find that it wasvanity; but the dreamers of the day aredangerous men, for they may act their dreamwith open eyes to make it possible.‖~ T.E. Lawrence171©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    173. 173. ―Leadership: The art of getting someone else todo something you want done because hewants to do it.‖~ Dwight D. Eisenhower172©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    174. 174. ―The ultimate measure of a man is not where hestands in moments of comfort, but where hestands at times of challenge and controversy.‖~ Martin Luther King, Jr.173©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    175. 175. ―We are all inventors, each sailing out on avoyage of discovery, guided each by a privatechart, of which there is no duplicate. The worldis all gates, all opportunities.‖~ Ralph Waldo Emerson174©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    176. 176. ―Enduring setbacks while maintaining the abilityto show others the way to go forward is a truetest of leadership.‖~ Nitin Nohria175©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    177. 177. ―It is better to do the wrong thing than to donothing.‖~ Sir Winston Churchill176©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    178. 178. ―This above all: to thine own self be true, and itmust follow, as the night the day, thou canstnot be false to any man.‖~ William Shakespeare177©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    179. 179. ―The only time we should look back to yesterdayis to look at the positive things that wereaccomplished to encourage us to do betterthings today and tomorrow.‖~ Stevie Wonder178©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    180. 180. ―He who has learned how to obey will know howto command.‖~ Solon179©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    181. 181. ―A good deed is never lost: he who sows courtesyreaps friendship; and he who plants kindnessgathers love.‖~ Basil180©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    182. 182. ―Never part without loving words to think ofduring your absence. It may be that you willnot meet again in this life.‖~ Jean Paul Richter181©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    183. 183. ―We were born to succeed, not to fail.‖~ Henry David Thoreau182©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    184. 184. ―Determine that the thing can and shall be done,and then we shall find the way.‖~ Abraham Lincoln183©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    185. 185. ―We think too small. Like the frog at the bottomof the well. He thinks the sky is only as big asthe top of the well. If he surfaced, he wouldget an entirely different view.‖~ Mao Tse-Tung184©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    186. 186. ―Thinking is the hardest work there is, which isprobably why so few people engage in it.‖~ Henry Ford185©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    187. 187. ―People who look down on other people don‘tend up being looked up to.‖~ Robert Half186©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    188. 188. ―The block of granite which was an obstacle inthe pathway of the weak, became a steppingstone in the path of the strong.‖~ Thomas Carlyle187©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    189. 189. ―The safest principle through life, instead ofreforming others, is to set about perfectingyourself.‖~ B. R. Haydon188©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    190. 190. ―Hold yourself for a higher standard than anyoneexpects of you. Never excuse yourself.‖~ Henry Ward Beecher189©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    191. 191. ―Live up to the best that is in you: Live noblelives, as you all may, in what ever conditionyou may find yourself.‖~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow190©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    192. 192. ―The fact is, that to do anything in this worldworth doing, we must not stand back shiveringand thinking of the cold and danger, but jumpin and scramble through as well as we can.‖~ Robert Cushing191©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    193. 193. ―Our ideas, like orange plants, spread out inproportion to the size of the box whichimprisons the roots.‖~ Edward Bulwer Lytton192©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    194. 194. ―What does the Lord require of you? To act justlyand love mercy and walk humbly with yourGod.‖~ Micah 6:8Holy Bible193©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    195. 195. ―A real decision is measured by the fact that youhave taken a new action. If there is no action,you haven‘t truly decided.‖~ Tony Robbins194©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    196. 196. ―Courage is resistance to fear, Mastery of fear-not absence of fear. Except a creature be partcoward it is not a compliment to say it isbrave.‖~ Mark Twain195©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    197. 197. ―Tell me and I forget; show me and I remember;involve me and I understand.‖~ Anonymous196©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    198. 198. ―One machine can do the work of fifty ordinarymen.No machine can do the work of oneextraordinary man.‖~ Elbert Hubbard197©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    199. 199. ―Mistakes are part of being human. Appreciateyour mistakes for what they are: precious lifelessons that can only be learned the hard way.Unless it is a fatal mistake, which, of course,others can learn from.‖~ Al Franken198©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    200. 200. ―The remarkable thing is we have a choice everyday regarding the attitude we will embrace forthat day… I am convinced life is 10% whathappens to me and 90% how I react to it. Andso it is with you…. We are in charge of ourattitudes.‖~ Charles Swindoll199©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    201. 201. ―People don‘t care how much you know, untilthey know how much you care.‖~ John C. Maxwell200©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    202. 202. ―The only job where you start at the top isdigging a hole.‖~ Anonymous201©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    203. 203. ―A smile is an inexpensive way to improve yourlooks.‖~ Anonymous202©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    204. 204. ―Challenges are what make life interesting;overcoming them is what makes lifemeaningful.‖~ Joshua J. Marine203©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    205. 205. ―We are like tea bags- we don‘t know our ownstrength until we get in hot water.‖~ Sister Busche204©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    206. 206. ―Who indeed can harm you if you are committeddeeply to doing what is right.‖~ I Peter205©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    207. 207. “Keep away from people who try to belittle yourambitions. Small people always do that, but the reallygreat make you feel that you, too, can becomegreat.”~ Mark Twain206©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    208. 208. “Smooth seas do not a good ship‟s Captain make.”~ Wayne C. Church207©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    209. 209. ―Happiness comes of the capacity to feel deeply,to enjoy simply, to think freely, to be needed.‖~ Storm Jameson208©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    210. 210. ―You are here to enable the Divine purpose of theuniverse to unfold. That is how important youare!‖~ Wayne C. Church209©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    211. 211. ―It may not be your fault that you are down, butit‘s got to be your fault for not getting up.‖~ Steve Davis210©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    212. 212. ―Courage is not the absence of fear, but ratherthe judgment that something else is moreimportant than fear.‖~ Ambrose Redmoon211©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    213. 213. ―With courage you will dare to take risks, havethe strength to be compassionate, and thewisdom to be humble. Courage is thefoundation of integrity.‖~ Keshavan Nair212©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    214. 214. ―If you want to make good use of your time,you‘ve got to know what is important and thengive it all you got.‖~ Lee Iacocca213©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    215. 215. ―My mother said to me, If you are a soldier, youwill become a general. If you are a monk, youwill become the Pope. Instead, I was apainter, and became Picasso."~ Pablo Picasso214©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    216. 216. ―How ever mean your life is, meet it and live it;do not shun it and call it hard names. It is notso bad as you are. It looks poorest when youare richest. The fault –finder will find faultseven in Paradise. Love your life.‖~ Henry David Thoreau215©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    217. 217. ―To accomplish great things, we must not onlyact, but also dream; not only plan but alsobelieve.‖~ Anatole France216©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    218. 218. ―Patience and perseverance have a magicaleffect before which difficulties disappear andobstacles vanish. A little knowledge that actsis worth infinitely more than much knowledgethat is idle.‖~ John Quincy Adams217©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    219. 219. ―The willow knows what the storm does not; thatthe power to endure harm outlives the powerto inflict it.‖~ Blood of the Martyr218©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    220. 220. ― To reach the port we must sometimes sail withthe wind and sometimes against it. But wemust not drift or lie at anchor.‖~ Oliver Wendell Holmes219©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    221. 221. ―The toughest part of getting to the top of theladder is getting through the crowd at thebottom.‖~ Irving Berlin220©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    222. 222. ―When you get to the end of your rope, tie a knotand hang on.‖~ Franklin D. Roosevelt221©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    223. 223. ―Nothing is so strong as gentleness, and nothingis so gentle as true strength.‖~ St. Francis De Sales222©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    224. 224. ―The daily grind of hard work gets a personpolished.‖~ Anonymous223©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    225. 225. ―There is no chance, no fate, no destiny that cancircumvent, or hinder, or control a firm resolveof a determined soul.‖~ Anonymous224©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    226. 226. ―Anything that we have to learn we learn by theactual doing of it… we become just byperforming just acts, temperate by performingtemperate ones, brave by performing braveones.‖~ Aristotle225©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    227. 227. ―It is easier to prepare and prevent than to repairand repent.‖~ Wayne Church226©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    228. 228. ―One can never consent to creep when one feelsan impulse to soar.‖~ Helen Keller227©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    229. 229. ―The true measure of a man is how he treatssomeone who can do him absolutely no good.‖~Ann Landers228©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    230. 230. ―Honest measures and weights are the Lord‘sdelight.‖Proverbs 16:11~The Bible229©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    231. 231. ― A good character is the best tombstone. Thosewho loved you and were helped by you willremember you when forget-me-nots havewithered. Carve your name on hearts, not onmarble.‖~ Charles H. Spurgeon230©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    232. 232. ―I hope I shall possess firmness and virtueenough to maintain what I consider the mostenviable of all titles, the character of an honestman.‖~ George Washington231©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    233. 233. ―In the end it is not the years in your life thatcount. It‘s the life in your years.‖~ Abraham Lincoln232©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    234. 234. ―Be patient with yourself. Self-growth is tender;it is holy ground. There is no greaterinvestment.‖~ Stephen Covey233©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    235. 235. ―The starting point of achievement is desire.Keep this constantly in mind. Weak desiresproduce weak results, just as a small amountof fire produces a small amount of heat.‖~ Napoleon Hill234©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    236. 236. ―I cannot always control what goes on outside.But I can always control what goes on inside.‖~ Wayne Dyer235©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    237. 237. ―The wise man bridges the gap by laying out thepath by means of which he can get from wherehe is to where he wants to go.‖~ John Pierpont Morgan236©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    238. 238. ―The longer you wait to decide what you want todo, the more time you are wasting. It‘s up toyou to want something so badly that yourpassion shows through in your actions. Youractions, not your words, will do the shoutingfor you.‖~ Derek Jeter237©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    239. 239. "Sooner or later, those who win are those whothink they can."~ Richard Bach238©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    240. 240. ― A good plan today is better than a perfect plantomorrow.‖~ George S. Patton239©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    241. 241. ―Ability is of little account without opportunity.‖~ Napoleon Bonaparte240©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    242. 242. ―Honesty is the first chapter in the book ofWisdom.‖~ Thomas Jefferson241©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    243. 243. ―He gives strength and increases the power ofthe weak. Even youths grow tired and weary,and young men stumble and fall; but thosewho hope in the Lord will renew their strength.They will soar on wings like eagles; They willrun and not grow weary; they will walk andnot faint.‖~ Isaiah 40: 29-31242©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    244. 244. ―It is important that you strive for humility, butnot humiliation, for a cool-headed confidence,not a stiff, delusional arrogance.‖~ Michael Johnson243©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    245. 245. ―It is easier in the world to live after the world‘sopinion; it is easy in solitude to live after ourown; but the great man is he who in the midstof the crowd keeps with perfect sweetness theindependence of solitude.‖~ Ralph Waldo Emerson244©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    246. 246. ―Destiny is not a matter of chance but of choice.Not something to wish for but to attain.‖~ Williams Jennings Bryan245©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    247. 247. ―Since you get more joy out of giving joy toothers, you should put a great deal of thoughtinto the happiness that you are able to give.‖~ Eleanor Roosevelt246©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    248. 248. ―Joy can be real only if people look on their lifeas a service, and have a definite object in lifeoutside themselves and their personalhappiness.‖~ Leo Tolstoy247©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    249. 249. ―The principles we live by, in business and insocial life, are the most important part ofhappiness. We need to be careful, uponachieving happiness, not to lose the virtueswhich have produced it.‖~ Harry Harrison248©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    250. 250. ―If your ship doesn‘t come in, swim out to it.‖~ Jonathan Winters249©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    251. 251. ―The pessimist sees difficulty in everyopportunity. The optimist sees opportunity inevery difficulty.‖~ Winston Churchill250©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    252. 252. ―A ship is safe in a harbor, but that is not what aship is for.‖~ William Shedd251©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    253. 253. ―It is not our purpose to become each other; it isto recognize each other, to learn to see theother and honor him for what he is.‖~ Hermann Hesse252©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    254. 254. ―Never giving up and pushing forward will unlockall the potential we are capable of.‖~ Christy Borgeld253©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    255. 255. ―If there is no struggle, there is no progress.‖~ Frederick Douglass254©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    256. 256. ―What is the use of living if it be not to strive fornoble causes and to make this muddled worlda better place for those who will live in it afterwe are gone.‖~ Winston Churchill255©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    257. 257. ―Change does not necessarily assure progress,but progress implacably requires change.Education is essential to change, for educationcreates both new wants and the ability tosatisfy them.‖~ Henry Steele Commager256©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    258. 258. ―Optimism is essential to achievement and it isalso the foundation of courage and trueprogress.‖~ Nicholas Murray Butler257©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    259. 259. ―There is no better exercise for the heart thanreaching down and lifting people up.‖~ John Andrew Holmes, Jr.258©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    260. 260. ―You want to set a goal that is big enough that inthe process of achieving it you becomesomeone worth becoming.‖~ Jim Rohn259©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    261. 261. ― Live in your imagination today, for tomorrow itcan become your reality.‖~ Kevin Eiken Berry260©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    262. 262. ―Life shrinks or expands in proportion to onescourage.―~ Anais Nin261©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    263. 263. ― If you want to knock off two birds with onestone, arrange for them to be in the same spotat the same time.‖~ E.R. Haas262©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    264. 264. ―Nothing is as real as a dream. The world canchange around you, but your dream will not.Responsibilities need not erase it. Duties neednot obscure it. Because the dream is withinyou, no one can take it away.‖~ Tom Clancy263©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    265. 265. ―It‘s nice to be the best, but not when being thebest brings out the worst in you.‖~ Rodney Dangerfield264©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    266. 266. ―When you finally go for it today, act as if it wereimpossible to fail. The confidence andenthusiasm you generate will ensure the bestpossible result.‖~ E.R. Haas265©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    267. 267. ―Some make it happen, some watch it happen,and some say, ‗What happened?‘…~ Anonymous266©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    268. 268. ― If you have built castles in the air, your workneed not be lost; that is where they should be.Now put the foundations under them.‖~ Henry David Thoreau267©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    269. 269. ―When we walk to the edge of all the light wehave and take the step into the darkness of theunknown, we must believe that one of twothings will happen. There will be somethingsolid for us to stand on or we will be taught tofly."~ Frank Outlaw268©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    270. 270. "The question is not what a man can scorn, ordisparage, or find fault with, but what he canlove, and value, and appreciate."~ John Ruskin269©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    271. 271. ―The main business is not to see what lies dimlyat a distance but to do what lies clearly athand.‖~ Thomas Carlyle270©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    272. 272. ―Those who dream by day are cognizant of manythings which escape those who only dream bynight.‖~ Edgar Allen Poe271©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    273. 273. ―Yesterday is but a dream, tomorrow but avision. But today well lived makes everyyesterday a dream of happiness , and everytomorrow a vision of hope. Look well,therefore, to today.~ Anonymous272©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    274. 274. ―Many of the things you count, don‘t count. Manyof the things you can‘t count, really count.‖~ Albert Einstein273©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    275. 275. ―In order to do what really matters to you, youhave to, first of all, know what really mattersto you.‖~ Dr. Edward Hallowell274©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    276. 276. ―A mans accomplishments in life are thecumulative effect of his attention to detail.‖~ John Foster Dulles275©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    277. 277. "Its never too late to be who you might havebeen.―~ George Eliot276©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    278. 278. ―Follow your heart first. Then lead with yourgoals.‖~ E.R. Haas277©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    279. 279. ―It is paradoxical but profoundly true andimportant principle of life that the most likelyway to reach a goal is to be aiming not at thatgoal itself but at some more ambitious goalbeyond it.‖~ Arnold Toynbee278©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    280. 280. ―The secret of success in life is for a person to beready for opportunity when it comes.‖~ Benjamin Disreali279©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    281. 281. ―None are so old as those who have outlivedenthusiasm.‖~ Henry David Thoreau280©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    282. 282. ―Never bend your head. Always hold it high. Lookthe world straight in the face.‖~ Helen Keller281©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    283. 283. ―When you find yourself spinning your wheels,change the terrain.‖~ E.R. Haas282©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    284. 284. ―Remember that when you leave this earth, youcan take with you nothing you have received–only what you have given: a full heart enrichedby honest service, love, sacrifice and courage.‖~ St. Francis of Assisi283©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    285. 285. ―Of course we all have our limits, but how canyou possibly find your boundaries unless youexplore as far and as wide as you possibly can?I would rather fail in attempt at somethingnew and uncharted than safely succeed in arepeat of something I have done.‖~ A.E. Hotchner284©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    286. 286. ―The big secret in life is that there is no bigsecret. Whatever you goal, you can bet there ifyou are willing to work.‖~ Ophra Winfrey285©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    287. 287. ―The greatest thing in the world is to know howto belong to oneself.‖~ Michel de Montaigne286©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    288. 288. ―There are no limitations to your visions, exceptthose which you impose on them. Never limityourself by limiting your visions.‖~ E.R. Haas287©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    289. 289. ―You have powers you never dreamed of. Youcan do things you never thought you could do.there are no limitations in what you can doexcept the limitations of your own mind.‖~ Darwin P. Kingsley288©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    290. 290. ―Genius without education is like silver in themine.‖~ Benjamin Franklin289©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    291. 291. ―That some achieve great success, is proof to allthat others can achieve it as well.‖~ Abraham Lincoln290©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    292. 292. ―Do not let what you cannot do interfere withwhat you can do.‖~ John Wooden291©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    293. 293. ―The first and most important step towardsuccess is the feeling that we can succeed.‖~ Nelson Boswell292©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    294. 294. "Wherever you are is always the right place.There is never a need to fix anything, to hitchup the bootstraps of the soul and start at somehigher place. Start right where you are."~ Julia Cameron293©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    295. 295. ―All of our dreams can come true- if we have thecourage to pursue them.‖~ Walt Disney294©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    296. 296. Make this day count. "If one advancesconfidently in the direction of dreams, andendeavors to live the life he has imagined, hewill meet with success unexpected in commonhours."~ Henry David Thoreau295©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    297. 297. ―Every strike brings me closer to the next homerun."~ Babe Ruth296©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    298. 298. "People talk about finding their lives. In reality,your life is not something you find - itssomething you create."~ David Phillips297©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    299. 299. ―There are costs and risks to a program of action,but they are far less than the long range risksand costs of comfortable inaction.‖~ John F. Kennedy298©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    300. 300. ― A man is the sum of his actions, of what he hasdone, of what he can do, nothing else.‖~ Mahatma Gandhi299©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    301. 301. ―Do what you can, with what you have, whereyou are.‖~ Theodore Roosevelt300©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    302. 302. ―Character isn‘t inherited. One builds it daily bythe way one thinks and acts, thought bythought, action by action.‖~ Helen Gahagan Douglas301©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    303. 303. ―Conditions are never just right. People whodelay action until all factors are favorable donothing.‖~ William Feather302©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    304. 304. "The Chinese use two brush strokes to write theword "crisis." One brush stroke stands fordanger, the other for opportunity. In a crisis,be aware of danger--but recognize theopportunity."~ John F. Kennedy303©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    305. 305. " Most of us, swimming against the tides oftrouble the world knows nothing about, needonly a bit of praise or encouragement -- andwe will make the goal. "~ Jerome P. Fleishman304©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    306. 306. "Its not what you do once in a while, its whatyou do day in and day out that makes thedifference."~ Jenny Craig305©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    307. 307. ―Enthusiasm is the electricity of life. How do youget it? You act enthusiastic until you make it ahabit.‖~ Gordon Parks306©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    308. 308. ―I see that sensible men and conscientious menall over the world were of one religion, -- thereligion of well-doing and daring, men ofsturdy truth, men of integrity and feeling forothers.~ Ralph Waldo Emerson307©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    309. 309. ―In order to succeed, your desire for successshould be greater than your fear of failure.‖~ Bill Cosby308©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    310. 310. ―If youre not using your smile, youre like a manwith a million dollars in the bank and nocheckbook.‖~ Les Giblin309©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    311. 311. "Never let the odds keep you from pursuing whatyou know in your heart you were meant to do."~ Leroy "Satchel" Paige310©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    312. 312. ―A successful man is one who can lay a firmfoundation with the bricks others have thrownat him.‖~ David Brinkley311©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    313. 313. ―Life takes on meaning when you becomemotivated, set goals and charge after them inan unstoppable manner.‖~ Les Brown312©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    314. 314. ―A man can succeed at almost anything for whichhe has unlimited enthusiasm.‖~ Charles M. Schwab313©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    315. 315. ―Get excited and enthusiastic about your owndream. This excitement is like a forest fire- youcan smell it, taste it, and see it from a mileaway.‖~ Denis Waitley314©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    316. 316. "Few people have any next, they live from handto mouth without a plan, and are always at theend of their line."~ Ralph Waldo Emerson315©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    317. 317. ―Knowledge is power, but enthusiasm pulls theswitch.‖~ Ivern Ball316©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    318. 318. ―If you have nothing else to do, look about youand see if there isn‘t something close at handthat you can improve. It may make youwealthy, though it is more likely that it willmake you happy.‖~ George Matthew Adams317©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    319. 319. "The spirit, the will to win, and the will to excelare the things that endure. These qualities areso much more important than the events thatoccur."~ Vince Lombardi318©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    320. 320. ―The foolish man seeks happiness in thedistance, the wise grows it under his feet.‖~ J. Robert Oppenheimer319©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    321. 321. ―Motivation is a fire from within. If someone elsetries to light that fire under you, chances are itwill burn very briefly.‖~ Stephen R. Covey320©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    322. 322. ―Without goals and a plan to reach them, you arelike a ship that has set sail with nodestination.‖~ Fitzhugh Dodson321©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    323. 323. ―You can‘t win unless you learn how to lose.‖~ Kareem Abdul-Jabbar322©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    324. 324. ―Become a possibilitarian. No matter how darkthings seem to be or actually are, raise yoursights and see possibilities– always see them,for they are always there.‖~ Dr. Norman Vincent Peale323©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    325. 325. ―The meaning of life is to give life meaning.‖~ Ken Hudgins324©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    326. 326. ―Planning is deciding. If you can‘t decide whichof your options to take, imagine that you don‘thave to do it yourself. Plan it for someoneelse.‖~ E.R. Haas325©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    327. 327. "If achieving your potential requires favorablejudgment by others, you are much less likelyto succeed.―~ Marilyn vos Savant326©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    328. 328. ―Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak.Courage is also what it takes to sit down andlisten.‖~ Winston Churchill327©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    329. 329. ― Make one person happy each day and in fortyyears you will have made 14,600 humanbeings for a little time at least.‖~ Charley Willey328©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    330. 330. ―The achievement of one goal should be thestarting point of another.‖~ Alexander Graham Bell329©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    331. 331. "There is a power under your control that isgreater than poverty, greater than the lack ofeducation, greater than all your fears andsuperstitions combined. It is the power to takepossession of your own mind and direct it towhatever ends you may desire."~ Andrew Carnegie330©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    332. 332. ―You‘re the director– call for action and roll thecameras.‖~ E.R. Haas331©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    333. 333. ―Leadership is much more an art, a belief, acondition of the heart, than a set of things todo. The visible signs of artful leadership areexpressed, ultimately, in its practice.~ Max DePree332©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    334. 334. ―Friendship is never established as anunderstood relation. It is a miracle thatrequires constant proofs. It is an exercise ofthe purest imagination and of the rarest faith.‖~Henry David Thoreau333©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    335. 335. ―The greatest accomplishments of man haveresulted from the transmission of ideas, intoenthusiasm, into actions.‖~ Thomas J. Vilord334©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    336. 336. ―Do not not follow where the path may lead. Goinstead where there is no path and leave atrail.‖~ Harold R. McAlindon335©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    337. 337. ―Anyone can hold the helm when the sea iscalm.‖~ Publilius Syrus336©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    338. 338. ―The greater a man is in power above others, themore he ought to excel them in virtue. Noneought to govern who is not better than thegoverned.‖~ Publilius Syrus337©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    339. 339. ―All the adversity Ive had in my life, all mytroubles and obstacles, have strengthenedme.... You may not realize it when it happens,but a kick in the teeth may be the best thing inthe world for you.‖~ Walt Disney338©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    340. 340. ―Success is the good fortune that comes fromaspiration, desperation, perspiration andinspiration.‖~ Evan Esar339©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    341. 341. ―Nature and wisdom are never at strife.‖~ Plutarch340©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    342. 342. ―The first step in the acquisition of wisdom issilence, the second is listening, the thirdmemory, the fourth practice, the fifth teachingothers.‖~ Solomon ibn Gabriol341©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    343. 343. "When you arise in the morning, think of what aprecious privilege it is to be alive - to breathe,to think, to enjoy, to love..."~ Marcus Aurelius342©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    344. 344. ―No pessimist ever discovered the secrets of thestars, or sailed to an uncharted land, or openeda new heaven to the human spirit."~ Helen Keller343©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    345. 345. ―If you don‘t know where you are going, you willend up someplace else.‖~ Yogi Berra344©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    346. 346. ―When you are making a success of something,it‘s not work. It is a way of life. You enjoyyourself because you are making yourcontribution to the world.‖~Andrew Granatelli345©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    347. 347. ―Nature arms each man with some faculty whichenables him to do easily some feat impossibleto any other.‖~ Ralph Waldo Emerson346©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    348. 348. ―Most people ask for happiness on condition.Happiness can only be felt if you dont set anycondition."~ Arthur Rubinstein347©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    349. 349. ―The first task of a leader is to keep hope alive."~ Joe Batten348©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    350. 350. ―Our character is basically a composite of ourhabits. Because they are consistent, oftenunconscious patterns, they constantly, daily,express our character.‖~ Stephen Covey349©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    351. 351. ―Giving people a little more than they expect is agood way to get back more than youexpected.‖~ Robert Half350©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    352. 352. ―Live a balanced life—learn some and think someand draw and paint and sing and dance andplay and work every day some.‖~ Robert Fulghum351©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    353. 353. ―The more you praise and celebrate your life, themore there is in life to celebrate.‖~ Oprah Winfrey352©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    354. 354. ―Don‘t give up at halftime. Concentrate onwinning the second half.‖~ Coach Paul ―Bear‖ Bryant353©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    355. 355. ―Forcing yourself to continue a task, after yourenthusiasm is gone, wont do you any favors.Switch to another type of task for a while --give yourself a chance to recharge.‖~ E.R. Haas354©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    356. 356. ―Many persons have a wrong idea of whatconstitutes true happiness. It is not attainedthrough self-gratification but through fidelityto a worthy purpose.‖~ Helen Keller355©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    357. 357. "Three keys to more abundant living: caringabout others, daring for others, sharing withothers."~ William Arthur Ward356©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    358. 358. ―Far and away the best prize that life has to offeris the chance to work hard at work worthdoing.‖~ Theodore Roosevelt357©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    359. 359. "When I chased after money, I never hadenough. When I got my life on purpose andfocused on giving of myself and everythingthat arrived into my life, then I wasprosperous."~ Wayne Dyer358©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    360. 360. "History has demonstrated that the most notablewinners usually encountered heartbreakingobstacles before they triumphed. They wonbecause they refused to become discouragedby their defeats."~ B. C. Forbes359©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    361. 361. ―Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose,sometimes you get rained out.‖~ Satchel Paige360©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    362. 362. "The best thing about fear is that it provides awonderful opportunity to demonstratecourage.―~ Dr. Mardy Grothe361©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    363. 363. "Always do the things you fear the most.Courage is an acquired taste, like caviar.―~ Erica Jong362©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    364. 364. ―If you want to be respected by others the greatthing is to respect yourself."~ Fyodor Dostoevsky363©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    365. 365. "The reality of life is that your perceptions --right or wrong -- influence everything else youdo. When you get a proper perspective of yourperceptions, you may be surprised how manyother things fall into place.―~ Roger Birkman364©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    366. 366. ―True friends are those who, when you make afool of yourself, dont believe that thiscondition is permanent.‖~ Erwin T. Randall365©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes
    367. 367. This is the end of a year of good, positive, sometimesfunny, certainly motivational quotes collected to makeevery day a great day.Actually, that is not true. Volume 2 is the second of acollection of good, positive, sometimes funny, certainlymotivational quotes put together to make every day agreat day.If you don‘t have it , buy it now. There are no duplicatesbetween any of the three collections. to order.God Bless you!!!~ Wayne C. Church366©Copyright 2009, MotivQuotes