Two quotes, both wise, source not important
Nobody cares how much you know until they know how much you care.
—A quote often attributed to Theodore Roosevelt
Do what you can, with what you’ve got, where you are.
—An actual quote by Theodore Roosevelt
I was in a “pithy sayings” mood today, and bumped into both of these, all
They are both wise, but Mr. Roosevelt only said one of them.
That part doesn’t really matter to me. In fact, whenever I see some wise saying plastered on an atmospheric photo and attributed to someone, the last part is what matters least, because it’s probably wrong. There’s even a site called Fake Buddha Quotes (“I Can’t Believe It’s Not Buddha!”) to log all the famous sayings falsely attributed to the Buddha — kinda funny.
If people want to slap them on a colored background and share them, the more the merrier. Hopefully
Because the fact is, we need all the wisdom we can get.
In the above examples there are two unshakeable truths for people like us. One quote is about operating from the heart, and the other is about the need to be present, resourceful and resilient, and they are both absolutely essential to working for ourselves.
Stick ’em on a post-it. Write ’em on your whiteboard. Go to Canva.com and make your own meme, print it out and put it on your vision board.
I’m sure Mr. Roosevelt would approve.
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