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Personal Collection of Quotations (Malay & English)

Malay Quotations

  • Sesiapa yang ingin menasihati pihak yang berkuasa mengenai sesuatu perkara, maka janganlah ia menyampaikan secara terang-terangan, tetapi hendaklah ia memegang tangannya dan menyampaikan nasihatnya secara bersendirian. Sekiranya nasihat itu diterima, maka itulah yang baik. Tetapi sekiranya tidak diterima, maka ia (pemberi nasihat) dikira telah melaksanakan tanggungjawabnya.
      Riwayat Ahmad dan Al-Hakim ; Madah Bestari (Jabatan Perkhidmatan Penerangan - 2001)

  • Barangsiapa yang ingin menjadikan dirinya pemimpin, ia hendaklah mula-mula memimpin dirinya sendiri sebelum memimpin orang lain.
      Ali bin Abi Thalib ; Madah Bestari (Jabatan Perkhidmatan Penerangan - 2001)

  • Wahai manusia barang siapa dari kamu melihat sesuatu kebengkokan maka hendaklah ia meluruskannya.
      Umar Al-Khattab; Madah Bestari (Jabatan Perkhidmatan Penerangan - 2001)

    English Quotations

  • There is nothing that is a more certain sign of insanity than to do the same thing over and over and expect the results to be different
      Albert Einstein (How to think like Einstein)

  • When the solution is simple, God is answering
      Albert Einstein (How to think like Einstein)

  • Perfection of means and confusion of ends seem to characterise our age
      Albert Einstein (How to think like Einstein)

  • Where the willingness is great, the difficulties cannot be
      Niccolo Machiavelli (How to think like Einstein)

  • The only man who never makes a mistake is the man who never does anything
      Theodore Roosevelt (How to think like Einstein)

  • Logic like a sword-those who appeal to it shall perish by it
      Samuel Butler (How to think like Einstein)

  • Men occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of them pick themselves up and hurry off as if nothing happened
      Winston Churchill (How to think like Einstein)

  • Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new
      Albert Einstein (How to think like Einstein)

  • The paradox faced by every presenter is that it takes considerable preparation in order to be spontaneous
      Bob Gerold (Inspire Any Audience)

  • Winners are those people who make a habit of doing the things losers are uncomfortable doing
      Ed Foreman (Inspire Any Audience)

  • When you get the group doing something, the power of your presentation is greater
      Dale Ware (Inspire Any Audience)

  • A mans doubts and fears are his worst enemies
      William wrigley, Jr. (Inspire Any Audience)

  • Your attitude, not your aptitude, will determine your altitude
      Zig Zigler (Inspire Any Audience)

  • Experience can be more important than education
      Lee Iacocca (Inspire Any Audience)

  • When you are nice to people, they want to be nice back to you
      Jack Canfield (Inspire Any Audience)

  • No matter how busy you are, you must take time to make the other person feel important
      Mary Kay Ash (Inspire Any Audience)

  • Music is great to create an atmosphere
      Dale Ware (Inspire Any Audience)

  • If you learn my name, you make me important
      Rick Davis (Inspire Any Audience)

  • Every disaster in your life is not much a disaster, as a situation waiting for you to change your mind about it
      Andrew Mathews (Happiness in a Nutshell)

  • When your body hurts, pain reminds you to take a rest, or maybe to change your shoes or to find a better way. When your mind hurts, pain reminds you to quit worrying or to be more forgiving, or to think a different way. Pain is not your enemy. Pain is your friend
      Andrew Mathews (Happiness in a Nutshell)

  • What to think and What to remember is the old way. The new way will be How to think
      Stephen Reid (How to think)

  • Your experience allows your mind to drive on auto-pilot
      Stephen Reid (How to think)

  • Frame of reference are both helpful and potentially harmful. They can speed our decisions or traps unwittingly
      Stephen Reid (How to think)

  • Knowledge should include error as a normal part of learning process. It should not be hidden, for the simple reason that in the absence of the knowledge we will repeat the error
      Stephen Reid (How to think)

  • Scientific studies showed people typically drew on 10% or less of the brains resources even when thinking their hardest
      Jean Marie Stine (Super Brain Power)

  • Howard Gardner and a team of researchers at Harvard University popularised the idea of multiple intelligences. He identified seven types of intelligence, and more recently an eighth and ninth
    Verbal-linguistic intelligence
    Logical-mathematical intelligence
    Visual-spatial intelligence
    Bodily-kinaesthetic intelligence
    Musical-rhythemic intelligence
    Intrapersonal intelligence
    Interpersonal intelligence
      Harry Adler (Boost Your Intelligence)

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