Inspirational wishes for kids Kids need to be equipped with positive self talk just as much as anybody else. As an educator, I would say they need it even more. With children incorporating many of their parents values, beliefs, favorite phrases and so on, let’s make sure they get their healthy dose of as well!
Inspirational wishes for kids
The differencee between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather a lack of will.”
— Vince Lombardi
You’ll never be brave if you don’t get hurt. You’ll never learn if you don’t make mistakes. You’ll never be successful if you don’t encounter failure.”
Every problem might not have a solution right now, but don’t forget that but every solution was once a problem.
Listen to your teachers when they tell you WHAT to do. But more importantly, think about it later and ask yourself WHY they told you to do it.
Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions.
Small people always do that,
but the really great make you feel that you, too,
can become great.
When we finish talking about the quote’s meaning, we write down what it means in our own words in our quote journals.
Accept everything about yourself, I mean everything,
You are you and that is the beginning and the end,
no apologies, no regrets.
So, I picked beautiful quotes, printed them out as pictures, and put them in a frame. She LOVED loved loved it — said it was her favorite gift, that I really understood and knew what she liked.
Study like there’s no tomorrow because if you keep putting off your studies for tomorrow, you’ll probably be too late.
Give up on your frustration but never on your hopes. Give up thinking about your setbacks but never on your goals. Give up worrying about your past but never on your future.