Who Said That?

Sometimes you just lose momentum. I want to write so many posts, but seem to be lacking the motivation… I will push myself soon. Promise. In the mean time, let me leave you with the thoughts of others more motivating than I. (And if anyone is interested in writing a guest post, leave a comment and let’s talk…)


“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.” Victor Frankl

“Everything yields to diligence.”
– Thomas Jefferson

“When you look at people who are successful, you will find that they aren’t the people who are motivated, but have consistency in their motivation.”  Arsene Wenger

“Many of the factors that we think will cause motivation, such as fair pay and a good manager, won’t make you love your job. Even if you eliminate what makes you dissatisfied, that doesn’t make you motivated. It doesn’t make your work rewarding. You just are less bothered by things. “Clayton Christensen

“People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing – that’s why we recommend it daily. “Zig Ziglar

“For me, motivation is a person who has the capability to recruit the resources he needs to achieve a goal. “Arsene Wenger
“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.”
― Albert Einstein


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8 Responses to Who Said That?

  1. lrconsiderer says:


    Consistency and bathing. Cleanliness and determination. I must remember that 🙂


  2. SRECOND – Lizzi has the benefit of the time zone. 😀
    I love the words here – Jefferson, in particular, is a good one. And I do like the practicality of Zig Ziglar’s.


  3. Pat B says:

    I love Victor Frankl quotes! Albert Einstein’s quote somehow resonates with me now. Thanks for sharing these.


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