Gary’s Quotes of the Month – Inspirational Gems for August
We love quotes.
We use them to express our feelings in greeting cards, to impress our friends with how smart we are and to hang in the air to denote irony.
Image Memes – often containing misquotes – flow in our social streams like leaves on a brook.
Whether they’re inspirational quotes that nudge us back on track or quotes that break our days with a welcome laugh – wise or witty, they light our way.
Each first day of the month, Gary Blair, President of Image24, publishes a list of quotes to inspire us throughout the coming 30 or 31 days.
(February, with the least number of days, needs inspiration the most.)
Gary writes in his intro that August is the month when Christopher Columbus first set sail across the Atlantic ocean.
He apparently set in motion what would become the summer holiday activity of traveling to new and unfamiliar places!
(Thankfully, with less disastrous repercussions on native populations.)
Here are Gary’s quotes for August:
My grandmother taught me: Never cut what you can untie. Leave people better than you found them. And always try to exit better than you entered someone’s life. Sophie A. NelsonClick To Tweet
Knowing trees, I understand the meaning of patience. Knowing grass, I can appreciate persistence. Hal BorlandClick To Tweet
Life is problems. Living is solving problems. Raymond E. FeistClick To Tweet
Add persistence to patience, you get perseverance. Multiply perseverance, you get success. Manuela George-IzunwaClick To Tweet
As a job seeker, remember this: You only lack experience if they want it done the same old way. Robert BraultClick To Tweet
Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep. Scott AdamsClick To Tweet
Excuses are used to justify leaving the scene of truth without changing. Orrin WoodwardClick To Tweet
No one knows less than the person who knows it all. Hugh GlosterClick To Tweet
And we leave you with this.
A “breakdown” is when you’ve exhausted every option and have no choice but to accept the fact that you are powerless to create the outcome you want. A “breakthrough” has the same definition. – Paul Colaianni