The insight and experience of others is a valuable source of inspiration and motivation. And learning from successful leaders and famous people is a fantastic way to grow.
Life throws curveballs. And while there might be blockers to success, it’s imperative to keep pushing with the knowledge mistakes will be made and failure is inevitable.
A quotation offers a second voice that echoes your thoughts, beliefs, and claims. They said it better: Quotations provide a better way of saying things. They give you a more concise, memorable phrasing for an idea. You can do this by choosing a specific person to quote or by the content of the quotation itself.
When you are reading, you are focusing and concentrating on one thing. By sitting still and reading, you are training your body/mind and your child’s too slow down, relax, and focus on what you are reading. This helps you/your child focus and concentrate on other activities because you are used to doing it.
To quote is to transcribe what someone said or wrote, crediting that person. As a verb, to quote means to repeat someone’s words, attributing them to their originator. If you’re giving a speech on personal organization.