Top 50 Theodore Roosevelt Quotes on Leadership, Life, Positive and Success

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Top 50 Theodore Roosevelt Quotes on Leadership, Life, Positive and Success

Top 50 Theodore Roosevelt Quotes on Leadership, Life, Positive and Success 

 

“Nobody Cares how much You Know, until They Know how much You Care.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“This Country will Not Be a Good Place for any of Us to Live in unless We Make it a Good Place for all of Us to Live in.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“With Self-Discipline, almost anything is Possible.”

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“The only Man who Never Makes Mistakes is The Man who Never Does anything.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“I Don’t always Get Shot during The Middle of a Speech, But when i Do, I Finish The Damn Speech.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“The Most Important Single Ingredient in The Formula of Success is Knowing how to Get along with People.”

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“Keep Your Eyes on The Stars, and Your Feet on The Ground.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“Patriotism Means to Stand by The Country. It does Not Mean to Stand by The President.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“Believe You can and You're Halfway there.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“If You could Kick The Person in The Pants Responsible for Most of Your Trouble, You Wouldn't Sit for a Month.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“Freedom from Effort in The Present Merely Means that there has Been Effort Stored Up in The Past.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“It is Impossible to Win The Great Prizes of Life Without Running Risks, and The Greatest of all Prizes are those Connected with The Home.”

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“It is Hard to Fail, but it is Worse Never to have Tried to Succeed.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“I am only an Average Man, but by George, I Work Harder at it than The Average Man.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“Believe You can and You’re Halfway there.”

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“No Man is above The Law, and No Man is Below it.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“Do what You can, with what You have, where You are.”

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“Don’t Hit at all if it is Honorably Possible to Avoid Hitting; But Never Hit Soft.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“Patriotism Means to Stand by The Country. It does Not Mean to Stand by The President or any other Public Official, Save Exactly to The Degree in which He himself Stands by The Country. It is Patriotic to Support him Insofar as He Efficiently Serves The Country. It is Unpatriotic Not to Oppose him to The Exact Extent that by Inefficiency or Otherwise He Fails in his Duty to Stand by The Country. In either Event, it is Unpatriotic Not to Tell The Truth, whether about The President or anyone else.” 

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“Knowing what's Right Doesn't Mean much Unless You Do what's Right.” 

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“In Life, as in a Football Game, The Principle to Follow is: Hit The Line Hard.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“When They Call The Roll in The Senate, The Senators do Not Know whether to Answer 'Present' or 'Not Guilty.'”

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“I am an American; Free Born and Free Bred, where I Acknowledge No Man as My Superior, Except for his Own Worth, or as My Inferior, Except for his Own Demerit.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“Nine-Tenths of Wisdom is Being Wise in Time.”

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“A Vote is Like a Rifle; its Usefulness Depends upon The Character of The User.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“Let Us rather Run The Risk of Wearing Out than Rusting Out.”

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“The Best Executive is One who has Sense enough to Pick Good People to Do what He Wants Done, and Self-Restraint enough to Keep from Meddling with them while Whey Do it.” 

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“To Educate a Man in Mind and Not in Morals is to Educate a Menace to Society.” 

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“One of Our Defects as a Nation is a Tendency to Use what have Been Called “Weasel Words.” When a Weasel Sucks Eggs The Meat is Sucked Out of The Egg. If You Use a “Weasel Word” after another there is Nothing Left of The Other.” 

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“The First Requisite of a Good Citizen in This Republic of Ours is that He shall Be Able and Willing to Pull his Own Weight.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“Never throughout History has a Man who Lived a Life of Ease Left a Name Worth Remembering.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“It Behooves Every Man to Remember that The Work of The Critic is of altogether Secondary Importance, and that, in The End, Progress is Accomplished by The Man who does Things.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“There were all Kinds of Things I was Afraid of at First, Ranging from Grizzly Bears to ‘Mean’ Horses and Gun-Fighters; but by Acting as if I was Not Afraid I Gradually Ceased to Be Afraid.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“The Most Practical Kind of Politics is The Politics of Decency.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“When You’re at The End of Your Rope, Tie a Knot and Hold on.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“Courtesy is as much a Mark of a Gentleman as Courage.”

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“Every Immigrant who Comes here should Be Required within Five Years to Learn English or Leave The Country.” 

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“The Most Important Single Ingredient in The Formula of Success is Knowing how to Get along with People.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“To Announce that there must Be No Criticism of The President, or that We are to Stand by The President, Right or Wrong, is Not only Unpatriotic and Servile, but is Morally Treasonable to The American Public.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“The Most Successful Politician is He who Says what The People are Thinking Most often in The Loudest Voice.”

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“Far and Away The Best Prize that Life Offers is The Chance to Work Hard at Work Worth Doing.”

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“I am a Part of Everything that I have Read.”

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“The Joy in Life is his who has The Heart to Demand it.” 

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“Old Age is Like Everything else. To Make a Success of it, You’ve Got to Start Young.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“In any Moment of Decision, The Best Thing You can Do is The Right Thing. The Worst Thing You can Do is Nothing.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“The Things that will Destroy America are Prosperity at any Price, Peace at any Price, Safety First Instead of Duty First and Love of Soft Living and The Get-Rich-Quick Theory of Life.”

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“The Boy who is Going to Make a Great Man must Not Make Up his Mind Merely to Overcome a Thousand Obstacles, but to Win in Spite of a Thousand Repulses and Defeats.”  

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“A Man who has Never Gone to School may Steal a Freight Car; but if He has a University Education, He may Steal The Whole Railroad.”

Theodore Roosevelt

  

“Absence and Death are The Same - only that in Death there is No Suffering.”  

Theodore Roosevelt