Software Engineering, Project Management, and Effectiveness
“You got to know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em, Know when to walk away and know when to run.” – Kenny Rogers
Dealing with setbacks is tough. Sometimes we get knocked down so hard, we wonder if we’ll get up again. Such is life.
But why do some people rise and triumph from their trials and tribulations, while others stay down for the count? I believe a lot of it has to do with the way we program our minds. It’s the sayings we say, it’s the thoughts we think and it’s words we use to express our condition. In other words, it’s not what happens to us … It’s how we respond. It’s how we frame it. It’s how we think about it. It’s what we do about it.
Just like a picture is worth a 1,000 words, the right quote is worth a 1,000 books.
The best way I’ve found to bounce back, or to find a way forward, or to make the most of the unthinkable, is to fill our mental toolbox with a cornucopia of the world’s best wisdom at our finger tips. Quotes are a powerful way to lift us, inspire us, and keep on keeping on.
Here is a hand-crafted collection of some of the best quotes on moving on:
You can use them for work, when you need a reminder of how to stand strong when tested. You can use them for life, when you need a firm foundation for rolling with the punches, and dealing with the setbacks that hold you back, or try to knock you down. It is a serious and significant collection. You will recognize many of the moving on quotes and hopefully find some new ones.
It’s a living collection so please feel free to share any of the best quotes on moving on that have served you well in work and life. When the going gets tough, the tough get going, and tough minds get built from the sayings we say, and the beliefs we adopt.
Enjoy and please share with whoever needs a little lift in life.
Not what I was expecting from an MSDN Blog but well worth it
@ Dragan -- Thank you.
I've found the more I lift people, the greater the impact. The technical aspect is still important, but moving people up the stack, helps us make the most of what we've got.