Inspirational Quotes That Offer The Most Valuable Way to Get Motivated

It is not because things are difficult that we do not dare, it is because we do not dare to make things difficult. – Seneca

Our greatest glory is to never fall, but to rise every time we fall. – Confucius

The wisest men follow their own direction. – Euripides

When men speak ill of you, live so that no one can believe them. – Plato

Nothing is worth it unless the consequences are serious. – George Bernard Shaw

We know what we are, but we do not know what we can be. – William Shakespeare

The greatest good you can do for another is not only to share your riches, but to reveal yours. – Benjamin Disraeli

Those who restrain desire, do so because theirs is weak enough to be restricted. – William Blake
Your real boss is the one who walks under your hat. – Napoleon Hill

True generosity towards the future consists in giving everything to the present. – Albert Camus

There is nothing more tragic than finding a person bogged down in life, devoid of amplitude. – Martin Luther King, son.

The torment of precautions often exceeds the dangers that must be avoided. Sometimes it’s better to surrender to fate. – Napoleon Bonaparte

The possibilities are many once we decide to act and not react. – George Bernard Shaw

Those who achieve excellence usually spend their life searching; because excellence is often not given in easier terms. – Samuel Johnson

It is very true that many artists have a mental illness, it is a life that, at the very least, makes it a stranger. I’m fine when I immerse myself in the work, but I’ll always be half crazy. – Vincent Van Gogh

What would life be like if we did not have the courage to try something? – Vincent Van Gogh

You have to work and dare if he really wants to live. – Vincent Van Gogh

The follies that a man regrets the most in his life are the ones he did not commit when he had the opportunity. – Helen Rowland

Everything comes to him who is hurrying while he waits. – Thomas Edison

I owe my success to the fact that I never had a watch in my studio. Seventy-five of us work twenty hours a day and sleep only four hours, and we thrive there. – Thomas Edison