Roadblocks Quotes

Quotes tagged as "roadblocks" (showing 1-12 of 12)
Ashok  Kallarakkal
“If you do not see light at the end of the tunnel, consider it an opportunity to create an opening yourself, wherever you want.”
Ashok Kallarakkal

Debasish Mridha
“Problems are not roadblocks, but exercise tools.”
Debasish Mridha

Lorii Myers
“I have been thinking about the idea of excuses for some time now. They are like menacing demons that creep into our lives without us knowing. They are roadblocks, white lies to ourselves, a reason to set the bar lower, and self-justification for achieving less than our full potential.”
Lorii Myers, No Excuses, The Fit Mind-Fit Body Strategy Book

Shannon L. Alder
“Any woman of virtue won't be easy to come by. She will make you jump over hurdles to reach her.”
Shannon L. Alder

Kenneth H. Blanchard
“As a collaborative leader, you support people in their work—you remove roadblocks and help them win.”
Kenneth H. Blanchard, Collaboration Begins with You: Be a Silo Buster

Mary E. DeMuth
“The roadblocks to growth and joy come when we forget the bigness of God & instead make people bigger than He is.”
Mary E. DeMuth, Wall Around Your Heart

Debasish Mridha
“I don’t regret or fear my problems and roadblocks. They have made me brave and given me the opportunity to overcome them.”
Debasish Mridha

Tony Curl
“Most of the time the road is not clear ahead. We have roadblocks and obstacles and stumble because of them. Are you courageous enough to map your way around them and continue on?”
Tony Curl

“Obstacles are real, but we must determine to succeed in life no matter how big and many they are.”
Bamigboye Olurotimi

Toni Sorenson
“I challenge you to destroy whatever roadblock is keeping you from moving forward. Destroy it with your physical body if you must, but first, destroy it with a power greater than a nuclear bomb—the power of your mind. Think it gone and it will go.”
Toni Sorenson, The Great Brain Cleanse

“I made my name”. What does this mean? It means a man has overcame the obstacles, hassles and roadblocks”
Sunday Adelaja

Jason Medina
“Leaving Yonkers was much easier than leaving Manhattan or the Bronx. Things were still fairly normal in the suburban city, for the most part. A few citizens were going about their daily business. People were going to work, although schools were closed. The roadblocks were mainly set up to prevent anyone from entering Yonkers from New York City. There were not many things set in place to stop anyone from leaving Yonkers and heading north into the rest of Westchester County.”
Jason Medina, The Manhattanville Incident: An Undead Novel