As a teacher, a mom, and a wife, sometimes I need a little inspiration to make it through the day. Other times, I like to share inspirational quotes with my kids to try to keep them going. The following inspirational quotes are some of my favorites. I hope you enjoy them!
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I like this quote so much that I add it to my email signature at work. I like to try to remind my coworkers that we should always see the best in our children. Look at their strengths and build on them!
A reminder that sometimes we need to create our own opportunities. This is something that I did this summer when I quit one job and looked for another that fit me better. I built my own door and I’m glad I did.
As a perfectionist, I know it’s important to remind ourselves that perfection isn’t necessary.
Just more proof that Albert Einstein was a genius. I love this inspirational quote because it’s a reminder that we need to judge people based on their functionality and that all children can learn given the right help.
This inspirational quote for students tells them that if they use their brains, they can go make their own choices and go anywhere!
My parents called it “Keeping up with the Joneses.” The more we do this, the less happy we become because we can never do enough to keep up. Thinking just about ourselves and our own successes and failures is much better than comparing ourselves to others.
I think people often forget that it’s okay to fail as long as you learn from the mistake. Dwelling on failure as a negative thing makes it impossible to do it better the next time. Always think forward.
A reminder that you must begin in order to find success.
Part of being successful in life is believing in your ability to succeed. If you believe you can, dispel what other people say, and keep trying, you can do anything!
I love this inspirational quote because I always want to remind my kids and my students that success often takes hard work.
I hope you enjoyed these inspirational quotes! I find them useful when I need a push to do more to succeed or when I feel my kids/students need a reminder.