I have always enjoyed reading the quotes of famous people. Not just because they are a lot of fun to read, but because there is so much truth in them. I also feel they are the shortcuts to learning, and they can be great motivators. I can remember a time when I had them stuck up all around the house and office. The post it notes work great.Look what others have said about the quotes:
Winston Churchill said, “Every man who didn’t go to college can largely make up for that lack by reading the wise sayings of the great men of the past.”
Thomas Jefferson said, "Mankind would lose half its wisdom built up over the centuries if it lost its great sayings. They contain the best parts of the best books."WM. James said, “To neglect the wise saying of great thinkers is to deny ourselves of our truest education.”
Samuel Johnson said, “He is the most useful teacher who condenses the most knowledge into short sentences.”
Many of the famous people of the world have left us with their thoughts, experience, and wisdom, all condensed down into short sentences. Call them proverbs, quotes, wise saying, or whatever you like, but do understand, they all come from people worth listening to.
Benjamin Franklin once said, "Reading a simple wise saying changed my life."It's unbelievable how reading one little wise saying or proverb has changed so many people's lives.
"Learning from the wise sayings of great men is like riding to success on the shoulders of giants." -Elbert HubbardReading wise sayings is like consulting with the worlds' highest priced experts. Don’t be afraid of using the quotes from the wise as your shortcuts to success. The quotes are fun to read, and they really are the shortcuts to success. Study them often.