I hope you’ve been surviving the winter weather and working on those resolutions for 2019. It’s a new year. A new week. A new start. And the possibilities are endless.
Are you feeling encouraged? Excited? Energized? Empowered?
If not, today’s post is purposed to put you on the “write” path.
I love quotes. For me they’re thought provoking, wise and reflective, and pack a powerful punch succinctly. Wouldn’t you agree?
Like seasonings that enhance food, quotes can be used to make for a more pleasurable experience for those who “consume” our work. Use them to tie in the message of a story, emphasize a point, or as an introductory line for an article or interview. They’re very multi-functional that way. 🙂
“Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.”
“The greatest revenge is to accomplish what others say you cannot do.”
“Don’t regret what might have been. Accept what is and rejoice in what is yet to be.”
“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.”
“Don’t hurry, don’t worry and don’t forget to smell the flowers.”
“Today well lived, makes yesterday a dream of happiness, and tomorrow a vision of hope.”
“Resolve to keep happy, and your joy and you shall form an invincible host against difficulties.”
“You don’t write because you want to say something. You write because you have something to say.”
—F. Scott Fitzgerald
“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside of you.”
“Don’t just “write for yourself.” That type of self-indulgence should be reserved for your personal journal. Great, effective writing takes the readers’ needs into account. Always.”
— Jennifer Brown Banks
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Great writing and effective consideration of the needs of the reader. It’s true I like this work.