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A Dozen Inspirational Quotes on ATTITUDES, – Part 1

A Dozen Inspirational Quotes on ATTITUDES, – Part 1

1. It is not the level of prosperity that makes for happiness but the kinship of heart to heart and the way we look at the world. Both attitudes are within our power, so that a man is happy so long as he chooses to be happy, and no one can stop him – Aleksandra Solzhenitsyn.

2. He who restrains his appetite avoids debt – china ness proverb
3. In a customer society, there are inevitably two kinds of salves: the prisoners of addiction and the prisoners of envy. – Invan Illich
4. The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather a lack or will. – Vine Lombardi
5. ‘We must learn to apply all that we know so we can attract all that we want.’ Jim Rohn
6. ‘Successful people develop and maintain a positive attitude towards life. They look for good in others and in the world and usually seem to find it’
7. ‘Successful people don’t get into ruts or become bored because they’re too busy looking for new experiences.’
8. Virtually nothing on earth can stop a person with a positive attitude who has his goal clearly in sight. Denis Waitley
9. Never begin the day until it’s finished on paper. Jim Rohn
10. People don’t care how much you know, they want to know how much you care
11. You may choose what job you want. Now you can choose to dress like that job. Then you will get that job. Richard Teamplar
12. Just because I say you ought to blend in doesn’t mean you have to give up your identity or become a clone or lose all sense of your individuality. Richard Templar

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