Thought-Provoking Tuesday: Success


Here are the quotes that spoke to me this week. I have quite the page full but I couldn’t narrow it down more than this. Take what you need! Add it to your vision board, print it and keep it at your job, put it on your mirror, save it as a background for your phone, or whatever else is convenient to keep your mind focused on pushing forward!






Do you accept failure as part of success?
Is failure your conclusion or your lesson?


You have to believe it to achieve it!


What’s your definition of success?
Every now and then you just need a sassy quote to get you pumped up!

What are your thoughts on these quotes? Can you relate to any of them? Are you inspired by any? Did you need to hear any of them today? What is your relationship with failure? Do you let it define you? Get you down? Motivate you? Do you accept it for what it is and learn from the lessons it teaches? Are you willing to get raw and real with yourself to identify what is holding you back and what you can do about it? What are your favorite quotes about success? What is the definition of success for you?


14 Replies to “Thought-Provoking Tuesday: Success”

    1. It can be hard, but it’s the daily choices that create our future. Once I realized that, it made such a big difference in my life. There are times that hope is a slippery thing to grasp but we have to wrap our hands around it tightly because it can make the difference between surviving and surpassing.

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  1. Thank you for sharing these inspiring quotes! I loved all of them, but I think the one that resonates with me the most is Michelle Obama’s. It costs nothing to be kind, share a smile or give a hug! Blessings to you dear one!

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    1. Thank you for reading, I can’t get enough of motivational quotes, so glad you enjoyed them! You’re right, it doesn’t cost a thing ๐Ÿ™‚ Not sure if you’ve seen the kindness challenge I’m hosting but since you mentioned kindness I thought you might want to check it out ๐Ÿ™‚ Lots of light and love your way Marcia โค


  2. Great quotes Niki! The last one, Johnny Depp, really made me smile. My favorite is the Michelle Obama one. Our actions and words can have a great impact on others (hopefully positive, of course!) have a great week! ๐Ÿ˜Š๐ŸŒท

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    1. Thanks Jenny! Yeah I like to have a sassy quote every now and then ๐Ÿ˜‰ Thanks for reading, I love sharing these. I pile up so many I had to figure out what to do with them ๐Ÿ™‚

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  3. I always love the Winston Churchill quote that says, “Success is the ability to go from failure to failure without any loss of enthusiasm.” one of my favorite stories is about Jerry Weintraub who had the idea that he wanted to take Elvis Presley out on tour and he cold called Elvis’s manager asking if he could and got rejected every day for an entire year, but after 365 times of being hung up on, they gave him a chance and he was allowed to take Elvis out on tour. I have an opinion on all those quotes but would be too long, nice post:)

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    1. I think a lot of us are conditioned to accept failure as a sign to stop making an attempt. Some of the greatest innovators and most influential people of all time are those that have failed more than the average person can even conceive! Failure is part of the process, if we can accept that going in, we might surprise ourselves by the amount of times we fail before we eventually succeed… we just have to stick it out enough to allow the success to follow. Thank you so much for reading Vincent, I appreciate you taking the time to comment. I hope to see you around again. Have a great day!

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