Category Archives: Quotes

Famous Quotes About Change0

Famous quotes about change from thinkers, authors, and successful individuals. Go through them and let their wisdom help you understand the importance of change, what may be stopping you from changing, and how to deal with change. Change is always risky, because change moves us from what we know to what we don’t. – Seth […]

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Personal Growth Quotes0

Stepping outside one’s comfort zone is an important, and almost universal, factor in personal growth. How can we expect to evolve in our lives and careers if we only stick to habit and routine? Reaching new heights involves the risk of attempting something we might not succeed at. – Carolyn Gregoire The first step towards […]

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50 Quotes About Life0

Here are 50 quotes about life. These sayings and opinions might spark your inner fire or enable you to appreciate more of life and living. If you prefer to watch the video, go straight to the bottom of the page. First, let’s find out how these people define life. What is Life? Life is a […]

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50 Quotes on Success to Inspire You0

Here are 50 quotes on success to inspire and guide you toward reaching your dreams and goals. You can watch the video at the end of this page. Too many people measure how successful they are by how much money they make or the people that they associate with. In my opinion, true success should […]

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50 Quotes on Love0

Here are 50 quotes on love that you might like. They are the thoughts and sayings from people who understood what love is. Each person has their own definitions. Love is actually hard to define. But let’s ponder on these words of wisdom about love. If you prefer to watch the video, go straight down […]

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60 Quotes About Happiness0

In the article “Some Key Differences between a Happy Life and a Meaningful Life”, Roy F. Baumeister, Kathleen D. Vohs, Jennifer L. Aaker, Emily N. Garbinsky defined happiness as follows: “Happiness is generally defined as subjective well-being, which is to say, an experiential state that contains a globally positive affective tone. It may be narrowly […]

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