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10 Fall Motivational Quotes

1. “Your work is going to fill a large
part of your life, and the only way
to be truly satisfied is to do what
you believe is great work. And the
only way to do great work is to love
what you do. If you haven’t found it
yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As
with all matters of the heart, you’ll
know when you find it.” – Steve
2. “The last three or four reps is
what makes the muscle grow. This
area of pain divides the champion
from someone else who is not a
champion. That’s what most people
lack, having the guts to go on and
just say they’ll go through the pain
no matter what happens.” – Arnold
3. “Don’t Count the Days, Make the
Days Count.” – Muhammad Ali
4. “Once a musician has enough
ability to get into a top music
school, the thing that distinguishes
one performer from another is how
hard he or she works. That’s it. And
what’s more, the people at the very
top don’t work just harder or even
much harder than everyone else.
They work much, much harder.” –
Malcolm Gladwell
5. “Without passion, you don’t have
energy. Without energy, you have
nothing.” – Warren Buffett
6. “They always say time changes
things, but you actually have to
change them yourself.” – Andy
7. “Ambition is a dream with a V8
engine.” – Elvis Presley
8. “Either write something worth
reading or do something worth
writing.” – Benjamin Franklin
9. “If you set your goals
ridiculously high and it’s a failure,
you will fail above everyone else’s
success.” – James Cameron
10. “If you want to succeed you
should strike out on new paths,
rather than travel the worn paths of
accepted success.” – John D


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