We’ve all seen the cute, upbeat motivational quotes on Pinterest.
But where do they come from?
And what are they really worth?
Today, we’re going to answer these questions and find out why the quotes are such a hit on Pinterest and how to get the best out of them.1.
The quote “Don’t be afraid of the unknown”This one’s one of those quotes that people have said dozens of times.
It comes from the movie “The Terminator,” which features Arnold Schwarzenegger as a robotic killer.
When the robots finally kill the Terminator, the quote is said by his friend Arnold, “I’ve never killed anyone before.”
This quote is a favorite of many people because it is a strong and simple reminder that the unknown can be scary.2.
“We’ll do it all together”The quote is famous for its simplicity and elegance.
The most famous version is the one that says, “You’ll do what you have to do.”
That’s right: it’s not easy.
But, when you look at the situation at hand, you’ll find that even though the world is hard, you can do it.3.
“You don’t know how to handle a crisis”Another famous quote is this one: “You never know when a crisis is coming.
You just know you’ve got to get through it.”
This is a common refrain from the crisis response team.
When faced with a crisis, they remind people to “get through it” and get through what’s coming.
It’s also said by a great deal of business leaders.4.
“I’ll be there for you no matter what”One of the best motivational quote for Pinterest is this line from the hit Netflix series “Orange Is the New Black.”
In the season five finale, Carrie (Rosario Dawson) and her new partner, Sasha (Chloe Sevigny), find themselves in a high-stakes game of cat and mouse with the police after a brutal crime.
Carrie and Sasha meet a man named Alex (played by the great Jodie Foster), who has been hired by the police to look for evidence of a hit and run.
The two women are trying to figure out if the man they’ve been looking for is involved in the crime, and if they’re going after him.
Alex tries to convince Carrie and her partner that he’s there to help her, but he’s also trying to get them to help the other women.5.
“Take a deep breath”This quote is actually from “The Iron Lady” by Elizabeth Taylor.
It tells a story about a woman in a hospital and a doctor who’s trying to save her.
When she tries to get her oxygen tube through the emergency, she says to herself, “Take some deep breaths, dear doctor.”
The quote goes like this: “Take deep breaths when you think you’re dying.
Then get back out of there and get up.”6.
“Always remember to breathe deeply and hold on to your loved ones”Another popular motivational quote is one from a great-grandmother.
She’s talking about the importance of holding on to a loved one’s love.
Here’s what the mother says in the quote: “The more we love our loved ones, the more they will love us back.
We need to keep loving them.”7.
“Never give up”Another great-granny motivational quote says this:”Never give in.
Never give up.
Never stop working.”
This is a classic quote.
You can use it as a mantra, a motivational tool, or even a way to motivate yourself in your day-to-day life.8.
“Be prepared to be challenged”One motivational quote from the late, great-great-grandma, Dorothy Day, is pretty good.
It says: “Be always prepared to accept change.
And never stop pushing for change.”9.
“Keep doing what you love”Another motivational quote comes from another great-lady, the late Mrs. Winston Churchill.
The late Mrs and Mrs Churchill are both in the UK in their 60s.
They have a great, long-standing friendship and she wants to make sure her grandson, Mr Winston Churchill, is healthy.
So, Mrs Winston Churchill is very practical, asking her grandson questions like, “Do you think it’s possible to live a long life?”
Mr Winston, as a kid, didn’t know what he wanted to do with his life, but Mrs Churchill told him it’s something he could do.
“Stay with your dreams, Mrs Churchill said.
You’ll never be able to live another day like that.”10.
“Make life worth living”Another quote from a woman who died a few years ago is really a classic.
It sums up the idea of “be proud of what you do.”
Here’s how she said it: “If I have a job and I can do my job, then I’m happy.
If I have no job, I’m sad.”