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aim, half consciously and half unconsciously, before my minds eye. Similarly motivated men of the present and of the past as well as the insights which they had achieved were the friends which could not be lost. -Al bert Einstein Associate pain with those things you do not want to do. Associate pleasure with those things you do want to do. -Anthony Robbins A child must be worthy of the praise we give them. -Rick Pitino Everyone wants to succeed. We all want to be recognized for what we do. We all w ant to feel we have value. -Rick Pitino Very early on I learned that I was simply unleashing the potential in the people I was coaching. I was motivating them not by intimidation but by showing them t hat it was THEIR CHOICE to win or loose. -Rick Pitino Inconsistent rewards are far more motivating than consistent rewards. 77% of peo ple are externally motivated. -Wayne Dyer Contrast doing your best with doing your worst. -Rick Pitino By creating hope you are creating desire. -Rick Pitino People perform under pressure. When more is expected and demanded of them. Put p ositive pressure on yourself. Compete against yourself. -Rick Pitino Everyone wants to be valued, loved unconditionally, loved eternally. Everyone fe ars the loss of love and knows the pain of losing it. -Pat & Pete Luboff Let's see how we can beat ourselves. -Louis Miller There are two levers for moving men--interest and fear. -Napoleon Bonaparte Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any p rice, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival and the success of liberty. -John F. Kennedy People tend to do more to avoid pain than gain pleasure. -Unknown There are three classes of men--lovers of wisdom, lovers of honour, lovers of ga in. -Plato I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat. -Winston Churchill Benefits should be granted little by little, so that they may be better enjoyed. -Niccolo Machiavelli Every day look at a beautiful picture, read a beautiful poem, listen to some bea utiful music, and if possible, say some reasonable thing. -Johann Wolfgang von Goethe The greatest motivational act one person can do for another is to listen. -Roy E. Moody Never underestimate the power of appealing to a persons ego. -David J. Lieberma n, Ph. D. Modern research has shown that the brain responds to a clear set of goals and me ntal visualization. -Guerilla Selling Play like a bunch of dogs. -Jim Haslett The advantage of doing one's praising to oneself is that one can lay it on so th ick and exactly in the right places. -Samuel Butler The best-kept secret in America today is that people would rather work hard for something they believe in than enjoy a pampered idleness. -John W. Gardner The common conception is that motivation leads to action, but the reverse is tru e--action precedes motivation. You have to "prime the pump" and get the juice fl owing, which motivates you to work on your goals. Getting momentum going is the most difficult part of the job, and often taking the first step is enough to pro mpt you to make the best of your day. -Peter Marshall Need and struggle are what excite and inspire us. -William James I know perfectly well that one is never able to analyze with entire accuracy all of one's motives, but I have always intended to act up to my preachings if occa sion arose. -Theodore Roosevelt We love Sinners. -Church Motto Music is valuable not only because it brings refinement of feeling and character , but also because it preserves and restores health. There are some diseases whi ch can be treated only through the mind. -Plato We do not want a nation of prize fighters and weight-lifters. Perhaps music will

solve our problem. Through music the soul learns harmony and rhythm and even a disposition to justice, for can he who is harmoniously constituted ever be unjus t? Is not this, Gloncond, why musical training is so powerful? Because rhythm an d harmony find their way into the secret places of the soul, bearing grace in th eir movements and making the soul graceful. Music molds character and therefore shares in determining social and political issues. Damon tells me, and I can qui te believe it, that when modes of music change, the fundamental laws of the stat e change with them. -Plato Music can have an enormous impact on the intellect and memory as well as the hea rt and emotions. -Unknown Let me write the songs of a nation and I care not who makes its laws. -Unknown For Einstein, music was a profound necessity in his life. Music is a "vehicle of emotion and thought". -Theodore Mungers Music is the vernacular of the human soul. -Geoffrey Latham True music must repeat the thoughts and inspirations of the people and the time. -George Gershwin Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life. -Red Auerbach Mimic the dog out of the music you want to sound like. It's called referencing. I learned, get out of your mindset. -Jamie Fountain The measure of effective articulation lies in the quality of its perception. If words cannot be heard, or if their clear comprehension is difficult for an audie nce, much of the emotional and intellectual impact of the song is lost. -Jan Sc hmidt Song is a powerful, emotional method of communication. -Pat & Pete Luboff Less is best. -David Foster What holds peoples attention is change--appropriate fluxuations in loudness, spe ed and melody. -Dr. Carol Fleming Not is music to be merely music. It must be used to provide attractive forms for the sometimes unappetizing contents of mathematics, history and science. There is no reason why for the young these difficult studies should not be smoothed in to verse and beautified with song. -Plato Music is a language that all people understand. It reaches into the soul and spe aks a special message to each person. -Clinton Shirley Clark Exuberance is beauty. -William Blake You see that piano over in the corner? That instrument is capable of sounds whic h are loud and soft; but in between there are many, many degrees of sounds which may be played. To be able to produce many varieties of sound, now that is what I call technique, and that is what I try to do