Thought for the Day from Eileen Caddy

Inspirational quote from Earl Nightingale

Thought for the Day from Fred Rogers

Reading Quote from Alfred Doblin

Motivational quote from William Wallace

Uplifting quote from Leo Buscaglia

Books quote from Frank Zappa

Life quote from Johann van Goethe


Public Speaking quote from Henry Ward Beecher

It's such a lovely old-fashioned quote, isn't it? "Whip with a switch" from the days of horses and horse carriages. And I would think that if you used a switch without leaves it would certainly tingle, though these days we shudder a little at the thought of beating the poor animal.

Nevertheless, writing as he was, in his time, Henry Ward has made a timeless point - waffling does not drive home searching truths.

And there's another wonderful term "searching truths". Ah! If all the points I make when I speak cause my audiences to search their beliefs and themselves, I would be very happy!

I wish you (and me) speaking experiences that drive us and our points home ... in fine style!


Funny quote from Jim Murray