Effort Quotes Page 2
You may think that other people are just plain lucky. The truth is, you do not see the effort they put in. Like everything else in this life, you must put in effort. Catherine Pulsifer, Good Luck On Your Test
If your child sees you giving up on your goals after minimal effort is applied, simply because it’s just too hard, you can’t be bothered or you’ve changed your mind, then what sort of example are you setting? If you want your child to be a success, show them what’s possible. Katrina Kahler, Confident Kids
The passion of genuine enthusiasm is an energy you can generate yourself. How? Simple: by focusing your time, effort, and energy on those ideas, activities and pursuits that get you excited. Rita Davenport, Funny Side Up
Success stories, whether by individuals or organizations, are almost always the result of collaborative effort among many people who are united by a single goal and vision. Rupert Johnson, Build for Success
When your actions and habits combine with intense effort and are directed by a solid purpose, it is this level of commitment that charges the senses and fuels your enthusiasm for attaining the seemingly impossible. Scott Allan, Pathways To Mastery
You can accomplish wonders through focus and persistence. Over time, the fruits of your efforts will multiply to yield a luxuriant carpet of achievement. Gina Mohammed, Ph. D.
“Giving time and effort to assist others to be successful showsthe capacity for sincerity.” Steve Brunkhorst
Everybody wants to improve their life but most of the time, it remains just a “want.” You must put your time, effort and sometimes money to make it happen. K. Collins, Quit Talking, Start Doing!
The principle of all successful effort is to try to do not what is absolutely the best, but what is easily within our power, and suited for our temperament and condition. John Ruskin
Happiness is not in the mere possession of money; it lies in the joy of achievement, in the thrill of creative effort. Franklin Roosevelt
The simple reality is most any level of lasting achievement takes effort. Josh Hinds
A non-doer is very often a critic-that is, someone who sits back and watches doers, and then waxes philosophically about how the doers are doing. It’s easy to be a critic, but being a doer requires effort, risk, and change. Dr. Wayne W. Dyer