Top 50 Thomas Edison Quotes on Inspirational, Success, Life and Positive

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Top 50 Thomas Edison Quotes on Inspirational, Success, Life and Positive

Top 50 Thomas Edison Quotes on Inspirational, Success, Life and Positive 

 

“Our Greatest Weakness Lies in Giving Up. The Most Certain Way to Succeed is always to Try Just One More Time.”

Thomas Edison

  

“When You have Exhausted all Possibilities, Remember this: You haven’t.”

Thomas Edison

  

“I have Not Failed. I've Just Found 10,000 Ways that Won't Work.”

Thomas Edison

  

“Genius is One Percent Inspiration, Ninety-Nine Percent Perspiration.”

Thomas Edison

  

“Many of Life's Failures are People who did Not Realize how Close They were to Success when They Gave Up.”

Thomas Edison

  

“The Three Great Essentials to Achieve anything worthwhile are First, Hard work; Second, Stick-to-Itiveness; Third, Common Sense.”

Thomas Edison

  

“I Start where The Last Man Left Off.”

Thomas Edison

  

“There’s a Way to Do it Better. Find it.”

Thomas Edison

 

“We are Going Out with The Ladies in Yacht to Sail, Perchance to Fish. The Lines will Be Bated at both Ends.”

Thomas Edison

  

“Just Because Something Doesn't Do what You Planned it to Do Doesn't Mean it's Useless.”

Thomas Edison

  

“Maturity is often More Absurd than Youth and Very Frequently is Most Unjust to Youth.”

Thomas Edison

  

“Discontent is The First Necessity of Progress.”

Thomas Edison

  

“To have a Great idea, have a Lot of them.”

Thomas Edison

  

“There are No Rules here - We're Trying to Accomplish something.”

Thomas Edison

  

“Many of Life's Failures are People who did Not Realize how Close They were to Success when They Gave Up.”

Thomas Edison

 

“The Doctor of The Future will Give No Medication, but will Interest his Patients in The Care of The Human Frame, Diet and in The Cause and Prevention of Disease.”  

Thomas Edison

  

“If We did all The Things We are Capable of, We would Literally Astound Ourselves.”

Thomas Edison

  

“There is No Substitute for Hard Work.”

Thomas Edison

  

“What a Man's Mind can Create, Man's Character can Control.”

Thomas Edison

  

“I have Not Failed 700 Times. I have Succeeded in Proving that those 700 Ways will Not Work. When I have Eliminated The Ways that will Not Work, I will Find The Way that will Work.”

Thomas Edison

  

“I have Friends in Overalls whose Friendship I would Not Swap for The Favor of The Kings of The World.”

Thomas Edison

  

“Opportunity is Missed by Most People Because it is Dressed in Overalls and Looks Like Work.”

Thomas Edison

  

“A Lawsuit is The Suicide of Time.”

Thomas Edison

  

“It is Very Beautiful Over there!”

Thomas Edison

  

“Religion is all Bunk.”

Thomas Edison

  

“We are Like Tenant Farmers Chopping Down The Fence around Our House for Fuel when We should Be Using Nature’s Inexhaustible Sources of Energy-Sun, Wind and Tide. I’d Put my Money on The Sun and Solar Energy. What a Source of Power! I Hope We Don’t have to Wait until Oil and Coal Run Out before We Tackle that.”  

Thomas Edison

  

“Being Busy does Not always Mean Real Work. The Object of all Work is Production or Accomplishment and to either of these Ends there must Be Forethought, System, Planning, Intelligence, and Honest Purpose, as well as Perspiration. Seeming to Do is Not Doing.”  

Thomas Edison

  

“I Failed My Way to Success.”

Thomas Edison

  

“It is a Terrible Situation when The Government, to Insure The National Wealth, must Go in Debt and Submit to Ruinous Interest Charges, at The Hands of Men, who Control The Fictitious Value of Gold. Interest is The Invention of Satan.”

Thomas Edison

  

“Be Courageous. I have Seen Many Depressions in Business. Always America has Emerged from these Stronger and More Prosperous. Be Brave as Your Fathers before You. Have Faith! Go Forward!”

Thomas Edison

  

“Tomorrow is My Exam but I Don’t Care Because a Single Sheet of Paper Can’t Decide My Future.”

Thomas Edison

  

“Anything that Won't Sell, I Don't Want to Invent. Its Sale is Proof of Utility, and Utility is Success.”

Thomas Edison

  

“The Successful Person Makes a Habit of Doing what The Failing Person Doesn't Like to Do.”

Thomas Edison

  

“Never Say I Failed 99 Times, Say I Discovered 99 Ways which Causes Failure!” 

Thomas Edison

  

“Results! Why, Man, I have Gotten a Lot of Results. I Know Several Thousand Things that Won’t Work.”

Thomas Edison

  

“The Body is a Community Made Up of its Innumerable Cells or Inhabitants.”  

Thomas Edison

  

“Everything Comes to him who Hustles while He Waits.”  

Thomas Edison

  

“I Never did anything by Accident, nor did any of My Inventions Come by Accident; They Came by Work.”  

Thomas Edison

  

“Restlessness is Discontent and Discontent is The First Necessity of Progress. Show Me a thoroughly Satisfied Man and I will Show You a Failure.”  

Thomas Edison

  

“A Teacher Sent The Following Note Home with a Six-Year Old Boy 'He is Too Stupid to Learn.' That Boy was Thomas Alva Edison.”

Thomas Edison

  

“I Find Out what The World Needs. Then I Go ahead and Try to Invent it.”  

Thomas Edison

  

“The Trouble with Most People is that They Quit before They Start.”

Thomas Edison

  

“To Invent, You Need a Good Imagination and a Pile of Junk.”

Thomas Edison

  

“All Bibles are Man-Made.”

Thomas Edison

  

“One might Think that The Money Value of an Invention Constitutes its Reward to The Man who Loves his Work. But… I Continue to Find My Greatest Pleasure, and so My Reward, in The Work that Precedes what The World Calls Success.”  

Thomas Edison

  

“Great ideas Originate in The Muscles.”  

Thomas Edison

  

“I Believe that The Science of Chemistry Alone almost Proves The Existence of an Intelligent Creator.”  

Thomas Edison

  

“Every Failure is a Lesson Learned about Your Strategy.”

Thomas Edison

  

“Show Me a thoroughly Satisfied Man and I will Show You a Failure.”

Thomas Edison