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Sunday, March 18, 2007

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This week's quotes used in the QuoteActions program

Many people participating in the "QuoteActions" program have asked to see if we would offer the program via email in addition to the telephone. While this is not a viable option right now, I've decided to offer a weekly recap of the quotes used in the "QuoteActions" program via this blog.

If you are registered for the "QuoteActions" program and you would like to receive the "action" connected to a particular quote, please send me an email and I will get it to you.

If you're not yet a subscriber to the "QuoteActions" program, I really encourage you to give it a try. This program offers a great structure to tap into the best of your thinking on a daily basis. You can sample the program for 2 weeks for only $1. To find out more about it click here.

Here are this past week's quotes:

“True discovery consists not in finding new landscapes, but in seeing the same landscape with new eyes" 20th Century Novelist, Marcel Proust

"What you can do is often simply a matter of what you will do." Author, Norton Juster

"There's only one way to succeed in anything, and that is to give it everything." Football Coach, Vince Lombardi

"The more a man knows, the more he forgives." Empress Catherine the Great

"Often we change jobs, friends and spouses instead of ourselves."
Author, Arkbarali Jetha

IF you are in the "QuoteActions" program, please let me know if you find this weekly recap useful. I am also including a poll below so you can vote on your favorite "QuoteActions".

Which "QuoteAction" did you find most useful this week?
If you are not receiving the "QuoteActions" by phone, then vote on the quote alone
Marcel Proust's
Norton Juster's
Vince Lombardi's
Catherine the Great's
Arkbarali Jetha's
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