Remembering a few motivational quotes and tossing them into a conversation at your job is bound to impress at least a few of your co-workers. Adding Quotes about life to speeches also helps people to make a point and impress their view onto others gracefully. If I wanted to give a speech or presentation at my job I would rely on this quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson: “The future belongs to those who prepare for it.” To me this would make my point that the company needs to adopt my plan for future growth.
Life quotes from famous and well-known individuals are easy to find to fit almost any situation at work. Quoting well-respected individuals like William Shakespeare or Socrates on life makes a person seem knowledgeable and well read, certainly someone that is worth listening to. Of course, you will only seem knowledgeable if the quote applies to the situation. Irrelevant quotes will it seem like yoo’re just trying to impress people.
When repeating quotes to bosses and colleagues, it’s imperative to get the quote right. It would be prudent to go online and verify you have the quote correct and you’re attributing the quote to the right person. You never know who might be familiar with the quote you’ve chosen. Simply go online and search for a website where you can look up your quote or search by author, topic or even look for movie quotes.