Fab Quotes

Check out these inspirational and motivational quotes from the fab quotes of the week competition. If you’d like to publish one of these quotes on your blog, please keep the author’s link intact, so they are credited for their quote. And if you’d like the chance to win a $500 prize, click here to learn how you can enter one of your own quotes in the competition.

Fab Motivational and Inspirational Quotes

Loving what you do, no matter how great at it or how bad at it you are, is the sum of being yourself. James of Men With Pens.

Whoever said that money doesn’t buy happiness was either broke, or they were a miserable person who won the lottery and allowed the money to magnify their misery. Christine O’Kelly of Self Made Chick.

Persistence Is Having The Same Goal Over And Over. Seth Godin.

I’m launching an anti-crap campaign. I want you to say “NO” to buying crap. I can’t think of a better way to improve one’s wealth, health, and self than to kick the crap habit.
Squawkfox.

As you fight your way through the next year, spare a thought for how the chaps in charge – the government - are feeling. Then find one of them to throw bricks at. Drayton Bird


“Decide today to be a better, kinder friend to yourself. You are the one constant in your life, so if you spend it criticizing and tearing yourself down it’s going to be one long and miserable journey.”
Kelly Rigby at She Power

“I see in other people what I first see in myself. Community begins inside me.” Liz Strauss at Successful Blog.

“Trying to avoid weakness is like trying to avoid fear. It is an act of futility. Your job as a business owner, a freelancer, or frankly a human being is to spin your weaknesses into strengths.” Naomi Dunford at Itty Biz

“I don’t make the rules… I just know how to recognize them and follow them.”
Kathy at Virtual Impax

“Freedom of choice is a privilege. Be thankful that you have it. Do not give it up” Brett Legree of 6 Weeks.

“When you know your purpose of your life, you see money as a means to an end, not the purpose by itself.” Akemi Gaines of Yes To Me

“The truth I want to tell. The connection I want to establish. The difference I want to make.”
Joanna Young of Confident Writing.

“In reality, you don’t have to go the extra mile to stand out. Just going the first mile is unusual. Actually, just leaving the starting gate is above average.”
Hunter Nuttall.

“Some businesses don’t have blogs and shouldn’t have blogs: oil companies, Blackwater, KBR, Halliburton, whatever. Evil = no blog for you, unless you just like putting a hate magnet on the interwebs.”
Michael Martine of Remarkablogger.

“I think branding flows, naturally, from vision and voice. My vision is to help other Internet writers get where they want to be. My voice works to accomplish my vision by sharing my own experiences with you, and interacting with you. The natural outcome of this is my brand.”
Bob Younce of Writing Journey.

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