by Nicole Elmore on May 10, 2013

This presentation was created by Nicole Elmore, Business Consultant & Marketing Strategist

Category: Think Tank

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5 Responses to “What We Can Learn From These Motivational Quotes”

  1. Jojo says:

    Here’s my favorite motivational quote:
    - Sometimes you just have to take the bull by the tail and look the situation directly in the eye…

  2. MikeR44 says:

    Ahhhh, Jack Welch. Well I’m sure he said things that were useful and maybe even profound, but my opinion is that anyone who quotes Jack, mention how he cooked the books at GE to obtain his big bonuses and extravagant lifestyle.

  3. webmartians says:

    I like the Soviet era locomotive image for the Lombardi quote (not very efficient but ludicrously low maintenance … even “abuser friendly”).

    My favorite quote:
    “That which doesn’t kill you makes you stronger

    of course, usually, it just kills you!”

  4. victor says:

    Paper will endure anything (Russian: Бума́га всё сте́рпит

  5. These quotes have great lessons in them. Love how you break it down to get the true meaning out of the wisdom in the quote.

    I’d have to say my favorite is “anyone can start today and create a new ending.” I think it’s an inspiring thought to know no matter how things have gone in the past they can change for the better starting right now if we so choose. Pretty empowering stuff.

    I’m also in the beginning stages of writing about motivational quotes. is my blog and as your quote says I am creating a new ending for myself starting today!