These are motivational thoughts by some of the world’s greatest
minds, and we use them to begin our class each day. These topical
quotes inspire reflection and encourage conversation.
 
“He that has no patience has nothing at all.”
—Italian Proverb

“Success consists of a series of little daily victories.”
—Laddie F. Hutar

“It is not enough to begin; continuance is necessary. Mere enrollment will not make one a scholar; the pupil must continue in the school through the long course, until he masters every branch. Success depends upon staying power. The reason for failure in most cases is lack of perseverance.”
—J. R. Miller

“Press on. Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence.”
— Ray A. Kroc

“All the performances of human art, at which we look with praise and wonder, are instances of the resistless force of perseverance.”
—Samuel Johnson

“As tools become rusty, so does the mind; a garden uncared for soon becomes smothered in weeds; a talent neglected withers and dies.”
— Ethel R. Page

“In my mind, talent plus knowledge, plus effort account for success.”
—Gertrude Samuels

“One well-cultivated talent, deepened and enlarged, is worth 100 shallow faculties. The first law of success in this day, when so many things are clamoring for attention, is concentration—to bend all the energies to one point, and to go directly to that point, looking neither to the right nor to the left.”
—William Mathews

 
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