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Motivational Quotes That Will Inspire Positive Change


Motivational quotes and stories often help people make major changes in their lives!  Have you ever read a quote that actually made you think?

"The Only Thing Worse Than Being Blind is Having Sight but No Vision."

~Helen Keller

Reading quotes that actually make you think is like taking a step in the forward direction. Especially when it comes to changing jobs or careers (the number one reason most people look for motivational quotes).

  • I know for a fact that the majority of you did not dream of one day becoming someone else's mindless, mechanical robot performing seemingly in-human, repetitive tasks in an effort to put food on your supper table.
  • I know for a fact that the majority of you did not dream of one day spending forty or more hours per week at a job and still not being able to make ends meet.
  • I know for a fact that the majority of you did not dream that one day you would have to wake up each morning and force yourself to go to a job that you do not love.

What happened?  And it's not just about more money! I have some answers for you on these pages and inspirational stories to share. 

Your Mind is a Powerful Tool...Use It!

All of us desire improvement and prosperity in our lives.  Some of us need inspiration.  Some of us need motivational quotes to wake us up and take us on a higher cloud that will enable us to soar like the great eagle over the White Mountains.  We are a strong people and we deserve to have the very best of what life has to offer.  Some of us are Lions in a world full of Sheep.

The purpose of this site is to empower you to control your destiny in a way only our powerful minds can accomplish.  We can decide what's good for us and we alone know what we long to be doing.  We are a distinguished, eternal, forever force to be reckoned with.  We can emerge prosperous and break free of the sheep-like-induced coma that we have been brainwashed into being.  All of us do not have to follow like the sheep.  We can explode victoriously a strong and muscular lion!  We need to walk our own path and stop seeking approval from others because it is not needed.

As Norman Cousins writes,

"The Tragedy of Life is Not Death but What We Let Die Inside of Us While We Live."

Powerful, isn't it?  What have you let die inside of you? 

Take the first step towards bettering your life.  Read the motivational quotes and inspirational stories and words in these articles on this website.  Let this site be the awakening you have been waiting and longing for.  Dive right into the world of galvanized excitement.  You have a right to be happy and successful!

Be inspired and build your own dreams.  You are your own CEO.  Build your empire!  Do not settle for anything less than what you deserve.  Do not settle at all.  Soar like the great eagle and fly your own course.

Motivational Quotes Inspire Action and Changes People's Lives

Feed your mind at MotivationalGoodReads.com

In order to reach your goals and re-program your mind for a greater life, we need to feed our minds on a daily basis. We need to drink the cup of "motivational milk" to empower ourselves and give sustenance to our brain. Digesting our motivational quotes will help.

The journey has just begun with the reading of these inspirational words and I myself have just begun to realize my true and genuine potential.  I am here for a reason, and so are you!  We have a purpose and we matter in this world. What are you here for?  Do you know your reason for being?  Do you know what special and personal spiritual gift you were born with? Use these motivational quotes we share with you to empower you to realize the greatness that you already are.

As William Ernest Henley wrote in his great Victorian poem, Invictus, (such a powerful and motivational quote):

"I Am The Master of My Fate, I Am The Captain of My Soul."

Are you steering your own vessel in the sea of this world or are you allowing someone else to choose your direction in the winds of life?

In the video below, Morgan Freeman describes Nelson Mandela and how the Nobel Peace Prize winner relied on this poem by William Ernest Henley for strength while imprisoned on Robben Island for 27 years.





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