Make A Difference Quotes by Alan Siegel, Nicola Sturgeon, Carol S. Dweck, Nikki Haley, Maurice Strong, Cindy Sheehan and many others.
I love the interaction with different kinds of people. I like to shake things up, make a difference.
Most politicians come into politics because they want to make a difference; we just have different ideas how to do it.
Scholars are deeply gratified when their ideas catch on. And they are even more gratified when their ideas make a difference – improving motivation, innovation, or productivity, for example. But popularity has a price: people sometimes distort ideas and, therefore, fail to reap their benefits.
Some people think that you have to be the loudest voice in the room to make a difference. That is just not true. Often, the best thing we can do is turn down the volume. When the sound is quieter, you can actually hear what someone else is saying. And that can make a world of difference.
Don’t accept that you can’t make a difference. Because if you can’t make a difference, you won’t make a difference, and if you put a multiplier on that we will continue on an unsustainable pathway.
I wake up every day feeling like today’s the day to make a difference. I never question the correctness of what I’m doing or the need for it.
I think that what we need to do is say, ‘Reading is going to really affect your life.’ You take a black man who doesn’t have a job, but you say to him, ‘Look, you can make a difference in your child’s life, just by reading to him for 30 minutes a day.’ That’s what I would like to do.
Looking in a mirror and telling yourself to feel better doesn’t work when you’re a girl, but finding something that you love to do, something that makes you a better person like volunteering to help others, will definitely make a difference.
I returned to India after long years of international service, because I had always cherished the desire to make a difference in my own country.
There are women who make things better, there are women who change things, there are women who make things happen, who make a difference. I want to be one of those women.
I want to make a difference in the world because I believe that’s what science is for.
I’m a part of a program called Toyota’s Engines of Change Program. The message is that anyone can make a difference in their community or for whatever cause they feel strongly about. Everyone can be an Engine of Change.
Everything is a process… some of our eating habits consist of things we can’t change, but if we modify it a little and put some exercise in there, we can really make a difference.
I’ve also said you don’t rule any options out, because if you are in public life because you want to make a difference… obviously, you have to be open to those kind of possibilities.
Ultimately it’s the simple things that make a difference.
Whatever I want to do, I want to make a difference.
Make a difference about something other than yourselves.