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tpyuvatheindian asked:

its motivational quotes list by successful people-legends……billgates,warrenbuffet,henry ford,mother teresa

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I dug out another cartoon strip for you to have a look at.

Comments/suggestions welcome!


funny motivational cartoon strip

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I love the Chinese proverb, “The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person doing it.”

Cartoon of guy trying to climb steep mountain with someone behind him telling him it's impossible.

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Are you going to act bold or just sit in the background waiting for success to come to you.(By the way ‘success’ never comes to you – you have to go out and chase it!)

I’m going to be bold in 2011!

Bold Behavior

Here’s a few quotes on being ‘Bold’…

“Take a risk a day – one small or bold stroke that will make you feel great” Susan Jeffers

All good fortune is a gift of the gods, and you don’t win the favor of the ancient gods by being good, but by being bold.
Anita Brookner

Be bold, be bold, and everywhere be bold.
Herbert Spencer

Be bold. If you’re going to make an error, make a doozy, and don’t be afraid to hit the ball.
Billie Jean King

Begin, be bold and venture to be wise.

More cartoons like these at Cartoon Motivators

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Today I’m looking at ‘goal setting’…
“A goal properly set is halfway reached.” – Abraham Lincoln
“The more intensely we feel about an idea or a goal, the
more assuredly the idea, buried deep in our subconscious,
will direct us along the path to its fulfillment.” – Earl
You have to set goals that are almost out of reach. If you
set a goal that is attainable without much work or thought,
you are stuck with something below your true talent and
potential.” – Steve Garvey
“Goals give you more than a reason to get up in the
morning; they are an incentive to keep you going all day.
Goals tend to tap the deeper resources and draw the best
out of life.” – Harvey Mackay
I’m just off to reset mine so I can go and fill up my mega
thirsty 4 x 4!
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Sid Gatt helps to get the message across of distancing yourself from
negative people….


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I was wrestling with a problem back in 1999 – when I first created my motivational cartoons I couldn’t make my mind up as what yo call them. I drew up about 20 under the label ‘Manic Motivators’. I wasn’t sure about the name so eventually I shelved it.

Let me know what you think – maybe I’ll resurrect it!? What to you reckon to the graphic at the top?

Manic Motivators cartoon - cartoon of guy wrestling with a problem

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‘Go with your strengths. You’ll become even stronger as a result.’

Motivational pictures - cartoon of guy lifting weights and dog in one hand. Go with your strengths!When you love what you do you will never know the tiresome burden of boredom in your life. This is because you are now operating from a position of strength. Those who do this live above, not under, circumstances. They are free to make decisions for their own life because they like who they are, they know who they are and they believe in who they are. Trust your judgment. Take risks. Spread your wings. Experiment. Venture into unknown territory. Try something different. Eat a flavor of ice-cream you’ve never tasted before. Drive a route that you’ve never driven. Fly a kite. Ride a bike. Go fishing. Do it and feel the difference and feel the enstrengthening power that is flowing through your veins.

Words copyright Peter Sinclair 2003

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How To Customize How-To and
Self-Help Info To Work For You

By Bob Scheinfeld, Life Change Expert.

Most self-help writers, including the most popular ones, will freely admit that even their best ideas only work for about five percent of their readers. Why? Because they are one-size-fits-all remedies that either don’t fit your situation or aren’t easily put into action.

As a 26 year veteran of the personal development field, I’ve seen many different self-help programs come and go. Most of them claim you have unlimited power and can create anything you consciously want — all you have to do is use the expert;’s techniques. That’s a nice theory, but it probably doesn’t match your day-to-day experience, does it?

Recognize that there are what I call “unseen forces” at work – parts of your unconscious that work like the director of a movie, planning for you, filtering, coaching, shaping your daily experiences (and the results you get from self help techniques) to help you fulfill your life purpose.

We all come to the table with different “life purposes” to fulfill. You can get far better results from how-to and self-help information if you customize it to fit your life, business, or some other specific situation. If you feel like an idea or technique doesn’t feel right to you or isn’t working, trust your intuition and modify or discard it.

Don’t base your self-help efforts on the ideas of a single book, report or expert. Sample a variety of methods. Find elements that work together and work well for you. Rather than pushing yourself to follow someone else’s path, find comfort in the knowledge that you came here to carve out your own unique path to success.

More stuff from Bob Scheinfeld