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80 Actions Speak Louder Than Words Quotes to Kickstart Your Motivation

“Words are from the lips, actions are from the heart.”Rashida Costa“The superior man acts before he speaks, and afterward speaks according to his actions.”Confucius“Rather than wait to be discovered, discover yourself. Whatever it is that you intend to do later, start doing it now, get good at it, and show people what you've done.

Actions speak louder than words.”Steve-O“Now the thing is not to get into unnecessary quarrels by talking too much and not to indicate any weakness by talking too much; let our actions speak for themselves.”Henry L. Stimson“Great thoughts speak only to the thoughtful mind, but great actions speak to all mankind.”Theodore Roosevelt“A well done is better than well said.”Benjamin Franklin“Actions speak louder than words; let your words teach and your actions speak.”Anthony of Padua“Action speaks louder than words but not nearly as often.”Mark Twain“A promise is a cloud; fulfillment is rain.”Arabian Proverb“As I grow older, I pay less attention to what men say.

I just watch what they do.”Andrew Carnegie“It is easy to talk about what we are going to do, but it doesn't mean anything until we take action and make it happen.”Catherine Pulsifer“Time is never enough — enough is the action that you take in a given time.”Kangoma Kindembo“You do not write your life with words… You write it with actions. What you think is not important.

It is only important what you do.”Patrick Ness“Actions speak louder than words. Words cost nothing.

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“Words are from the lips, actions are from the heart.”Rashida Costa“The superior man acts before he speaks, and afterward speaks according to his actions.”Confucius“Rather than wait to be discovered, discover yourself. Whatever it is that you intend to do later, start doing it now, get good at it, and show people what you've done.
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