“Few people are capable of expressing with equanimity opinions which differ from the prejudices of their social environment. Most people are even incapable of forming such opinions.” Albert Einstein
“Diligence is the mother of good fortune.” Benjamin Disraeli
“Education in the 20th century was about technology. In the 21st century it should be about wisdom and people.” Jack Ma, Founder of Alibaba
What a wonderful acknowledgement of evolution by someone who has proven it and knows what he’s talking about.
“Optimism is what fuels the discovery of solutions to problems.” Anonymous
Optimism is such a misunderstood concept.
“The will to win is meaningless without the will to prepare.” Winston Churchill
To me, this quote represents a wonderful way to draw back the curtain on achievement.
“Virtually every good thing in my life I can trace back to a misfortune, so my feeling is you don’t know what’s good and what’s bad when things happen. You do not know. You have to wait to find out.” Seba
“There is no education like adversity.” Benjamin Disraeli
What a wonderful, empowering frame of thought Disraeli presents us with in this quote. So often, in my work, I find the approach that most make toward addressing an adversity is dread. But, as I have witnessed many times, there
“All of humanity’s problems stem from man’s inability to sit quietly in a room alone.” Blaise Pascal
For me, this is an interesting insight from the 17th century French mathematician and philosopher, Blaise Pacal. At the core of his meaning, I think he is talking about the inability o
“A moment’s courage or a lifetime of regret.
“Winners are just people who know when to quit—and do it often.” Stephanie Lee
In her article for the New York Times, Lee discusses the value of what she calls “strategic quitting”, or, quitting with intention. Instead of looking at quitting as a failure, Lee says strategic quitting c