The Best Skill quotes

It can be tough to stay motivated when you’re starting a business. That’s why it’s important to have a strong support system and access to resources that can help you succeed. One great way to stay inspired is by reading quotes from other successful entrepreneurs. Below, you’ll find a compilation of some of our favorite skill quotes from entrepreneurs.


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The best skill quotes

1. Whoever has skill in music is of good temperament and fitted for all things. We must teach music in schools. — Martin Luther

2. Just about ANY personality trait or skill can be learned: simply find it in someone you know and copy it. Then watch what happens. — Steve Goodier

3. Real Leaders are experts at bringing out the best in others… Thinking , feelings and actions. They improve their teams’ thinking skills and Mindsets. — Tony Dovale

4. Learning and skill are things to be proud of — they are the stars that light the sky of one’s lifetime.

5. To render help is to have the skills needed — Sunday Adelaja

6. A man known to us only as a celebrity in politics or in trade, gains largely in our esteem if we discover that he has some intellectual taste or skill. — Ralph Waldo Emerson

7. Integrity, wisdom, skill, intelligence–such things are forged in adversity. — Mencius, Mencius

8. I guess humans like to watch a little destruction. Sand castles, houses of cards, that’s where they begin. Their great skills is their capacity to escalate. — Markus Zusak, The Book Thief

9. Pretending is not just play. Pretending is imagined possibility. Pretending, or acting, is a very valuable life skill and we do it all the time. — Meryl Streep

10. I love playing sports. I’m overly eager and aggressive and not very skilled, so it leads to many small injuries. — Rachel Platten

11. Changing the destructive things you say to yourself when you experience the setbacks that life deals all of us is the central skill of optimism. — Martin Seligman

12. Wisdom is knowing what to do next, skill is knowing how to do it, and virtue is doing it, — Robin S. Sharma

13. Not only do I know how to milk a cow, but I know how to herd a bunch of cows, too, which is a life skill that I think may come in handy someday. — Martina Mcbride

14. Oh, my dating skills are the worst. No, I pick the wrong men; it’s amazing. I am awful, the worst dater. — Paget Brewster

15. You have everything you need today to do what God has for you to do today. — Shelley Hendrix, Why Can’t We Just Get Along?: 6 Effective Skills for Dealing with Difficult People

16. Learning through the arts reinforces critical academic skills in reading, language arts and math, and provides students with the skills to creatively solve problems. — Michelle Obama

17. Throughout your life advance daily, becoming more skillful than yesterday, more skillful than today. This is never–ending. — Tsunetomo Yamamoto

18. The genius. This is a skill to interact with outside environment, or source. — VicDo

19. In Wales, singing and storytelling are party skills, not professions. — Rhys Ifans

20. Clearly, our communication skills were still troublingly nonexistent. We left the restaurant with diametrically opposed views of what had been decided. — Nick Mason

21. My best skill was that I was coachable. I was a sponge and aggressive to learn. — Michael Jordan

22. If your determination is fixed, I do not counsel you to despair. Few things are impossible to diligence and skill. Great works are performed not by strength, but perseverance. — Samuel Johnson

23. Virtue runs before the muse, and defies her skill; she is rapt and doth refuse to wait a painter’s will. — Ralph Waldo Emerson

24. The major barrier to skill acquisition is not intellectual, it is emotional. — ted talk

25. Fear gives sudden instincts of skill. — Samuel Taylor Coleridge

26. When you’re president, you learn to act like you know what you’re talking about. And it’s a great skill. — William J. Clinton

27. One of the most important skills for political success is the ability to make confident assertions of absurdities or lies. — Thomas Sowell

28. Fantasy–the ability to envisage the world in many different ways–is one of the skills that makes us human. — Terry Pratchett

29. They say our suffering is an inevitable part of the human condition — just accept it. But the greatest human skill is that of a choice maker.

30. I guess humans like to watch a little destruction. Sandcastles, houses of cards, that’s where they begin. Their great skill is their capacity to escalate. — Markus Zusak

31. The capacity to learn is a gift — The ability to learn is a skill

32. If you want to be an athlete, then getting good grades, going to college, and developing your intellectual skills are important. — Tony Dungy

33. We have a very daring and skillful opponent against us, and, may I say across the havoc of war, a great general. — Winston Churchill

34. You can take my heart, you can take my breath when you pry it from my cold, dead chest. — Skillet

35. Why must it be one or the other?’ she countered. ‘You are both a capable seaman and the son of a Bingtown Trader. Why should not I have both sets of skill? — Robin Hobb, The Mad Ship

36. ‘rethink Training: The best process of learning is on the job, just–in–time, ”nibble–knowledge” to incrementally transform mindsets and skillsets irrevocably.’ — Tony Dovale

37. Sometimes perception is almost more important than the skill level of an actor. — Shia Labeouf

38. A woman with organizing skills can run a construction company without ever picking up a hammer and nail. — Warren Farrell

39. To give yourself away keep yourself still, And you must live drawn by your own sweet skill. — William Shakespeare, Shakespeare’s Sonnets

40. It would be either a very skilled or very unwise man to steal from an assassin.’–Taliesin — Sabrina Zbasnik, Dwarves in Space

41. Learning to shoot firearms to me is a little like driving stick–it seems like a decent skill to have. — Sarah Wayne Callies

42. This heart belongs to you alone. — Skillet, Awake

43. To learn which questions are unanswerable, and not to answer them: this skill is most needful in times of stress and darkness. — Ursula K. Le Guin

44. Imagination without skill gives us contemporary art. — Tom Stoppard

45. You have to be very skilled in this industry. I grew in this industry we created the very beginnings of this industry. We made the first PCs (personal computers) in the world. — Shiv Nadar

46. Learning how to keep track of inventory and cash flow and creating an income statement and a balance sheet are great skills to learn for managing existing businesses. — Steve Blank

47. Athletic skills are acquired over a long period of time and after countless hours of practice. — Zig Ziglar

48. It is not mere technical skill that makes a man a golfer, it is the golfing soul. — P. G. Wodehouse

49. You must develop your skills around your calling — Sunday Adelaja

50. I’ve never been able to write a movie script. I respect that skill so much, but it’s not been the way my brain works. — Mary Steenburgen


Overall, skills are important, and these quotes remind us of that. They motivate us to keep learning and growing in order to get better at the things we do. It’s never too late to develop your skills and become the best version of yourself. So, never stop learning, and never forget the power of skill.

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