“Do the thing you’re good at. Not many people are lucky enough to be so good at something.”
― John Green

“Was not Hypatia the greatest philosopher of Alexandria, and a true martyr to the old values of learning? She was torn to pieces by a mob of incensed Christians not because she was a woman, but because her learning was so profound, her skills at dialectic so extensive that she reduced all who queried her to embarrassed silence. They could not argue with her, so they murdered her.”
― Iain Pears

“This was how mortals found fame, I thought. Through practice and diligence, tending their skills like gardens until they glowed beneath the sun. But gods are born of ichor and nectar, their excellences already bursting from their fingertips. So they find their fame by proving what they can mar: destroying cities, starting wars, breeding plagues and monsters. All that smoke and savor rising so delicately from our altars. It leaves only ash behind.”
― Madeline Miller

“You push the TRUTH off a cliff, but it will always fly. You can submerge the TRUTH under water, but it will not drown. You can place the TRUTH in the fire, but it will survive. You can bury the TRUTH beneath the ground, but it will arise. TRUTH always prevails!”
― Amaka Imani Nkosazana

“Every beginner possesses a great potential to be an expert in his or her chosen field.”
― Lailah Gifty Akita

“Eliminate the concept of division by class, skills, race, income, and nationality. We are all equals with a common pulse to survive. Every human requires food and water. Every human has a dream and desire to be happy. Every human responds to love, suffering and pain. Every human bleeds the same color and occupies the same world. Let us recognize that we are all part of each other. We are all human. We are all one.”
― Suzy Kassem

“We need to eliminate the concept of division by class, skills, race, income, religion, and nationality. Every human requires food and water to survive and every human has a heart that bleeds, loves, and grieves.”
― Suzy Kassem

“Our strongest gifts are usually those we are barely aware of possessing. They are a part of our God-given nature, with us from the moment we drew first breath, and we are no more conscious of having them them than we are of breathing.”
― Parker J. Palmer

“Like many highly educated people, I didn’t have much in the way of actual skills.”
― J. Maarten Troost

“And so Harry became proficient in the task of cleaning up vomit.”
― Julia Quinn

“When it came to hiding, even Gwin had nothing to teach Dustfinger. A strange sense of curiosity had always driven him to explore the hidden, forgotten corners of this and any other place, and all that knowledge had now come in useful.”
― Cornelia Funke

“You can buy an expensive violin, but you can’t buy 10 years of practice.”
― Neeraj Agnihotri

“Destroy your life; then put it back together.You’ll get great material, meet some fascinating characters and – side benefit – the skills you develop will give you greater compassion, insight and range with the people you create on the page – or run into off of it.”
― Jerry Stahl

“One may not always know his purpose until his only option is to monopolize in what he truly excels at. He grows weary of hearing the answer ‘no’ time and time again, so he turns to and cultivates, monopolizes in his one talent which others cannot possibly subdue. Then, beyond the crowds of criticism and rejection, the right people recognize his talent – among them he finds his stage.”
― Criss Jami

“Your comfort zone is a place where you keep yourself in a self-illusion and nothing can grow there but your potentiality can grow only when you can think and grow out of that zone.”
― Rashedur Ryan Rahman

“Once lay down the rule that the job comes first and you throw that job open to every individual, man or woman, fat or thin, tall or short, ugly or beautiful, who is able to do that job better than the rest of the world.”
― Dorothy L. Sayers,

“Follow the rules until you make them.”
― Luke Green

“Well, yelling real loud, that’s an important skill to have, too. You never know when you might walk right in front of a train and her yelling’s all that stands between you and eternity. But for that yell, you’d be flat, and there’s nothing worse than a flat boy, just kind of ruins the day for everyone.”
― Diane Hammond

“Skills make dreams happen. They build economies. They make people rich and famous. In today’s world, the demands for skills are staggering. Government, business and individuals have too much to achieve, their goals are huge. They are constantly, and I do mean constantly, looking for people with the right skills. People that can get the job done.”
― Emi Iyalla

“You must develop your skills around your calling”
― Sunday Adelaja

“You have to remember that even if your business is new, your experience and expertise are not. You have spent many years mastering those skills and charging a price in reflection to those skills is not something you have to think twice about.”
― Pooja Agnihotri

“When you invest in your employees’ development, they’ll spend their skills in your company’s development.”
― Pooja Agnihotri

“With time and a kindly librarian, any unskilled person can learn how to build a replica of the Taj Mahal.”
― Maya Angelou

“You can do many things with your domain if you know how to execute them effectively”
― Anuj Jasani

“Sales can never be done with ‘good’ skills or ‘good’ communication or with ‘thorough’ product knowledge.. It can only be done with PASSION and You gotta be a People Loving Person, to be Alive in Sales.”
― honeya

“The ramifications of workplace disruptive behavior can have an extremely serious effect upon an organization.”
― Asa Don Brown

“Our instruments of communication have changed, our ways of communication have changed, and, most important, the ownership of media has changed—because now we all own media.”
― Maxim Behar

“There is more real learning in a good picture than in twenty workbooks.”
― John Holt

“You Learn Life-Skills By Daily Application Of Timeless Principles, And Not By Other’s Adventures”.”
― Venugopal Acharya

“Coaching mastery isn’t just about improving skills; mastery also requires that you quickly catch internal disruptions and shift back to being fully present with your clients.”
― Marcia Reynolds

“You can make a difference. You have special skills for a specific mission. Go forth and fulfill your sacred calling on earth.”
― Lailah Gifty Akita

“Problem solving is an everyday occurrence in life.”
― Asa Don Brown

“The body is mass of energy, a temple of the soul, a store of billion memories, the technology of immense possibilities, a weapon of self-transformation, a tool of mastering any skill. Use it or you will lose It.”
― Anand Patwa

“By having skills, many things in life can be done in a much smarter and more effective way. Time & money can be saved, the physical & mental strain can be avoided, and growth & success can be achieved.”
― Venugopala CV

“Teachability that emanates from expressed humility is a must-have trait in a world where skills are depreciating in value as soon as they’re learned.”
― Lisa-Marie Hatcher

“I am not a licensed anything because that usually means that you’re a useless piece of shit.”
― Dmitry Dyatlov

“This was how mortals found fame, I thought. Through practice and diligence, tending their skills like gardens until they glowed beneath the sun.”
― Madeline Miller

“We simply need to be aware of our capable self and accordingly, manage it in such a way that our efforts always complement our skills, competence, and dedication to perform.”
― Dr Prem Jagyasi

“Not money, Not skills, but Time is the biggest lever for massive wealth creation”
― Manoj Arora

“Every skilled baker was first an amateur!”
― Chris Geiger

“Any accomplishment rests far more in determination than ability, for determination is the greatest ability of all.”
― Craig D. Lounsbrough

“Amongst a lot of precious things in the world, the precious most is the knowledge. And amongst the number of knowledges, the most beneficial is the knowledge of the skill.”
― Junaid Raza

“Seek new skills.”
― Lailah Gifty Akita

“it’s amazing how many professional possibilities appear when you use value and purpose – rather than skills – as starting point for reinventing your career”
― Alexander Osterwalder

“Questions trade time, energy and skills to answers which govern complexity.”
― Thomas Vato

“Practice gives you skills. Skills give you competence. Competence gives you confidence.”
― Woody Miller