Quotations with Direction
"Our greatest glory is not in never failing, but in rising every time we fall."
"It doesn't matter how many times you fall down. What matters is how many times you get up."
Marian Wright Edelman
"The best way to make connections - despite everyone's reliance on E-mail and the Web - is through old-fashioned physical contact."
Martin Sorrell, Chair & CEO, WWP Group PLC
"The more opinions you have the less you see."
"It's what we think we know already that often prevents us from learning."
"The greatest mistake you can make is to be afraid of making one."
Ron Sweet & Nancy McDonald in Success Tip E-newsletter
"You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today."
"It has now come to this - that to want only what is enough is a sign both of boorishness and of utter destitution."
"It's what you learn after you know it all that counts."
"The greatest thing in this world is not so much where we are, but in what direction we are traveling."
Oliver Wendell Holmes
"Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning."
Bill Gates in The Speed of Thought
"Nobody gets to live life backwards."
"When we win on an issue we call it leadership. When we loose we call it politics."
John Eldred, Teacher & Consultant
"To be creatively crazy you have to love what you do. But you also have to be smart. You have to look at the rules and figure out why they're there. You have to understand that if those rules don't make any sense then you need to drop them."
Lorraine Monroe, School Leadership Academy at the Center for Educational Innovation
"The highest reward that God gives us for good work is the ability to do better work."
"There are 2 ways of spreading light: to be a candle or the mirror that reflects it."
Ralph Waldo Emerson
"Good ideas beat great technology ... sound marketing can beat superior technology."
James Short, i:Lab
"The digital world is simply a new way for the human brain to deceive itself into thinking it 'knows'."
Richard Thieme in Islands in the Clickstream
"All the time you're doing work, any kind of work, you should be asking, 'What do I still not know?'"
Thomas H. Davenport, Boston University
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