Inspirational Quotes: A Daily Serving of Inspiration and Motivation

I’ve gotten numerous (numerous, numerous, numerous) suggestions and requests to set up a daily inspirational quotes e-mail newsletter.  It seems I’m not the only person who just can’t get enough of inspirational quotes and daily shots of motivation.  I consulted with my senior adviser (okay, okay, he’s actually my husband – but senior adviser sounded so high brow I had to go with it) and this is what we’ve come up with:  I’ll post an outstanding inspirational quote on the blog each day – no fluff,  no fury, no frills, no frou frou – just the inspirational quote in all it’s glory.

If you will subscribe to the e-mail updates, you will get this quote in your e-mail just as you would through a newsletter.  Just fill in the fields below and, bada bing, you’ll get a daily dose of inspiration in your inbox. After entering your e-mail and clicking Subscribe Me!, you’ll have to enter a few letters in a box (captcha) just to confirm that you are a human being. You’ll receive an e-mail right away asking you to confirm that you are who you say you are!

After you click the confirmation link, you’re set. I’ll see you in your e-mail each and every day. I’ll be the one with chocolate in one hand and a cup of Northstar coffee in the other.

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17 thoughts on “Inspirational Quotes: A Daily Serving of Inspiration and Motivation

  1. A good personal selection of self-help quotations, kept handy and reviewed regularly, is an easy way to keep on track.

    “All truly wise thoughts have been thought already thousands of times; but to make them truly ours, we must think them over again honestly, till they take root in our personal experience.” – Johann von Goethe (1749-1832)
    .-= Grampa Ken for social change´s last blog ..Consumer: Corporate Enemy? =-.