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“The Ultimate Measure of a Man is Not where He Stands in Moments of Comfort and Convenience, But where he Stands at Times of Challenge and Controversy.”

Martin Luther King, Jr.

“Success is Walking from Failure to Failure with No Loss of Enthusiasm.”

Winston Churchill

“Learn The Rules Like a Pro, so You can Break them Like an Artist.”

Pablo Picasso

“You will Never Win if You Never Begin.”

Helen Rowland

“Keep your Face always toward The Sunshine and Shadows will Fall Behind you.”

Walt Whitman

“Circumstances are The Rulers of The Weak; They are but The Instruments of The Wise.”

Samuel Lover

“Whatever The Mind can Conceive and Believe, it can Achieve.”

Napoleon Hill

“Your Talent is God's Gift to You. What you do With it is Your Gift back to God.”

Leo Buscaglia

“Believe in Yourself and all that You are. Know that there is Something inside You that is Greater than any Obstacle.”

Christian D. Larson

“All you Need is The Plan, The Road map, and The Courage to Press on to your Destination.”

Earl Nightingale

“It is always The Simple that Produces The Marvelous.”

Amelia Barr

“Set your Goals High, and Don't Stop till You get there.”

Bo Jackson

“Our Greatest Glory is Not in Never Falling, but in Rising every Time we Fall.”


“You must Learn to let Go. Release The Stress. You were Never in Control anyway.”

Steve Maraboli

“Do The Best you Can until you Know Better. Then when you Know Better, Do Better.”

Maya Angelou

“Problems are Not Stop Signs, They are Guidelines.”

Robert H. Schuller

“Only He who Attempts The Absurd is Capable of Achieving The Impossible.”

Miguel de Unamuno

“The Greatest Pleasure in Life is doing what People Say you Cannot do.”

Walter Bagehot

“Hard Work Beats Talent when Talent Doesn’t Work Hard.”

Tim Notke

“The Glow of One Warm Thought is to Me worth More than Money.”

Thomas Jefferson

“Don't Find Fault, Find a Remedy.”

Henry Ford

“I Failed my Way to Success.”

Thomas Edison

“Don’t be Afraid to Speak up for yourself. Keep Fighting for Your Dreams!”

Gabby Douglas

“Falling in Love is Not at all The Most Stupid Thing that People do—but Gravitation Cannot be Held Responsible for it.”

Albert Einstein

“We Cannot all Succeed when Half of Us are Held back. We Call upon Our Sisters around The World to be Brave to Embrace The Strength within themselves and Realize their Full Potential.”

Malala Yousafzai

“Whoever Undertakes to Set himself up as a Judge of Truth and Knowledge is Shipwrecked by The Laughter of The Gods.”

Albert Einstein

“I Never Dreamed about Success, I Worked for it.”

Estee Lauder

“The Power you have is to be The Best Version of Yourself you can be, so you can Create a Better World.”

Ashley Rickards

“I Know for Sure that what We Dwell on is who We Become.”

Oprah Winfrey

“Change your Life Today. Don't Gamble on The Future, Act now, Without Delay.”

Simone de Beauvoir

“I Never did anything Worth Doing by Accident, nor did any of my Inventions come Indirectly through Accident, Except The Phonograph. No, when I have Fully Decided that a Result is Worth Getting, I Go about it, and Make Trial after Trial, until it Comes.”

Thomas Edison

“Never Give up on what you Really Want to do. The Person with Big Dreams is more Powerful than One with all The Facts.”

Albert Einstein

“Would you Like Me to Give you a Formula for Success? It's Quite Simple, Really: Double your Rate of Failure. You are Thinking of Failure as The Enemy of Success. But it isn't at all. You can be Discouraged by Failure or you can Learn from it, so Go ahead and Make Mistakes. Make all you can. Because Remember that's where you will Find Success.”

Thomas J. Watson

“You have what it Takes to be a Victorious, Independent, Fearless Woman.”

Tyra Banks

“There are Two Types of People who will Tell you that you Cannot Make a Difference in this World: those who are Afraid to Try and those who are Afraid you will Succeed.”

Ray Goforth

“It’s Possible to Climb to The Top Without Stomping on other People.”

Taylor Swift

“Develop Success from Failures. Discouragement and Failure are Two of The Surest Stepping Stones to Success.”

Dale Carnegie

“Be who You are and Say how You Feel, because those who Mind Don’t Matter, and those that Matter Don’t Mind.”

Dr. Seuss

“There Comes a Point when You either Embrace who and what You are, or Condemn Yourself to be Miserable all Your Days. Other People will Try to Make You Miserable; Don't Help them by Doing The Job Yourself.”

Laurell K. Hamilton

“Whenever you Find Yourself on The Side of The Majority, it is Time to Pause and Reflect.”

Mark Twain