First Things First Quotes

Quotes tagged as "first-things-first" (showing 1-11 of 11)
Israelmore Ayivor
“When trees fall on trees, the topmost tree must first be removed before others. Don't be too concerned about the problems of the past. What matters most is the challenge at hand now!”
Israelmore Ayivor

“Service is the virtue that distinguished the great of all times and which they will be remembered by. It places a mark if nobility upon its disciples. It is the dividing line which separates the two great groups of the world—those who help and those who hinder, those who lift and those who lean, those who contribute and those who only consume. How much better it is to give than to receive. Service in any form is comely and beautiful. To give encouragement, to impart sympathy, to show interest, to banish fear, to build self confidence and awaken hope in the hearts if others, in short—to love them and to show it—is to render the most precious service.”
Bryant S. Hinckley

“The real direction of your vision is as important as your vision. Notwithstanding how large the goal post might be, the power behind your shots least matter as its direction, for it is more of the direction that will determine the goals you shall score and the final score in the end”
Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

“The great spider never worries itself chasing after its prey with all of its energy and strength. It only exerts its energy each morning to build its web in a magnificent way; relaxes in it and awaits its prey that will miss its path into the web”
Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

“I cannot continue to live a life I am not born to live! I cannot continue to exert my full strength and energy on that which least matter to the real essence of my life. I am born to arise and do something for something will make me something and anything will make me anything! Arise oh my soul and do something!”
Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

“You can do anything…but before you can do anything, you have to do something.”
Clifford Cohen

“Some people exert more energy on less important things; some people exert less energy on less important things.”
Ernest Agyemang Yeboah, Distinctive Footprints of Life: Where Are You Heading Towards?

“When you climb a fruitless tree, you go hungry!”
Ernest Agyemang Yeboah

John   Kramer
“It was no accident that one of the first things God asked of Adam was for him to name the animals he saw around him. Why do you suppose God asked man to do that? Because once you have a name, you have the beginning of understanding, and once you have understanding, you lose fear. God didn’t want man to be fearful. He wanted man to be brave.”
John Kramer, Blythe