Man kommer aldrig först om man går i andras fotspår. Swedish proverb - published in a collection by Gunnel (b. 1941) and Kjell Swärd (b. 1937), Quotations book 2015
One waits for time to change, the other grabs it vigorously and acts. wisdom, falsely attributed to Dante Alighieri - Italian writer (1265-1321) L'uno aspetta che il tempo cambi, l'altro lo afferra deciso e agisce. saggezza, falsamente attribuita a Dante Alighieri - scrittore italiano (1265-1321)
May the Lord grant all your requests. The Bible, Psalms 20:5 (NIV)
Life is for participating, not for spectating. Kathrine Virginia "Kathy" Switzer – American marathon runner, author and speaker, 1967 first woman to run the Boston Marathon (b. 1947)
Be a voice not an echo! motivation
Don't wait. The time will never be just right. Napoleon Hill - American writer: "Think And Grow Rich" (1883-1970)
My home is in Heaven. I’m just traveling through this world. wisdom of a British street performer - quoted by Billy Graham (born William Franklin Graham jr., American evangelist, 1918-2018) in "The Enduring Classics of Billy Graham" (2004)
We will hire someone with less experience, less education, and less expertise than someone who has more of those things and has a rotten attitude. Because we can train people. We can teach people how to lead. We can teach people how to provide customer service. But we can't change their DNA. Herbert D. "Herb" Kelleher - American entrepreneur, co-founder of Southwest Airlines...
The essential difference in service is not machines or "things". The essential difference is minds, hearts, spirits, and soul. Herbert D. "Herb" Kelleher - American entrepreneur, co-founder of Southwest Airlines (1931-2019)
Success will only have those who differ. Robert Edward "Ted" Turner III. – American media entrepreneur and philanthropist (b. 1938)
If you're lacking a positive environment, create one. Brendon Burchard - American writer and motivational speaker (b. 1977) find more information here.
Our love grows soft if it is not strengthened by truth, and our truth grows hard if it is not softened by love. Dr. John W. Stott - British pastor and author (1921-2011), from his commentary on John 2 in "The Bible Speaks Today - New Testament", p. 207 (2001)
Every, adversity, setback and heartbreak brings with it an equivalent advantage. Napoleon Hill – American writer: "Think And Grow Rich" (1883-1970)
Believe you can and you’re halfway there. proverb, attributed to Theodore Roosevelt – American politician, 1901-09 26th president, Nobel Peace Prize 1906 (1858-1919), could not be confirmed in his writings by the "Theodore Roosevelt Center" at "Dickinson State University"
The world is changed by your example, not your opinion. Portuguese proverb, often attributed to Paulo Coelho de Souza – Brazilian writer (b. 1947) O mundo é mudado pelo seu exemplo, não pela sua opinião. provérbio português, muitas vezes atribuído a Paulo Coelho de Souza - escritor brasileiro (*1947)
For there is always light, if only we’re brave enough to see it. If only we’re brave enough to be it. Amanda Gorman - American poet (b. 1998), from her poem "The Hill We Climb", which she presented at the inauguration of president Joe Biden 2021
Want to improve your quality of life? Improve the quality of your reading. Jyoti Guptara – English writer and business consultant (b. 1988)
Решение всегда простое. Вы просто должны найти это. Мудрость, приписываемая Александр Исаевич Солженицын - русскому писателю и диссиденту, Нобелевская премия по литературе 19170 г. (1918-2008) The solution is always simple, you just have to find it. wisdom, attributed to Aleksandr Isayevich Solzhenitsyn -Russian writer and dissident, Nobel Prize for Literature 1970...
Bad times, hard times, this is what people keep saying; but let us live well, and times shall be good. We are the times: Such as we are, such are the times. Mala tempora, laboriosa tempora, hoc dicunt homines. bene uiuamus, et bona sunt tempora. nos sumus tempora: quales sumus, talia sunt tempora. Augustine of Hippo - known as Aurelius Augustinus, early Christian theologian and...
We rarely understand what we see - so instead we see what we can understand. wisdom
If you only read the books that everyone else is reading, you can only think what everyone else is thinking. Haruki Murakami - Japanese writer (b. 1949), from "Norwegian Wood" ("ノルウェイの森", 1987)