How To Find Famous Quotes by efendilukman


									How To Find Famous Quotes

Famous quotes provide great inspiration in tough times. These quotes can
be helpful to the person to achieve their goals, know about their
standing and even know much about their personality. Remembering a quote
is a nice way to offer advice and offer tribute to someone. There are
many ways through which you can find the good quotes that can help you to
change your life.

You can have look around your surroundings. You will find many famous
quotes on greeting cards,calenders and diaries. Whenever you find a
memorable quote, just cut it and paste int into a scrapbook so that it
does not get loose in shuffle of papers.

Whenever you read, keep a journal next to you so that you can easily note
down the nice points that touches you and express your feelings when you
read something. There are many great quotes that you can find online.
When you are using a quote in blog post, it is considered as good to link
back to where you find the quote. You can also use the bookmark system or
tagging so that you have track of your favorable ones.

Read the autobiographies of your favorite people. When they express their
story in their own words they often give out quotes. This way you can
have unique collection of quotes that could surprise people whey they
hear these. Listen carefully to the celebrity interviews. Many times they
express their feelings in quotes and its obvious that the quotes express
by famous celebrities become famous quotes

While searching for famous quotes to use in your presentation or speech,
all that is required to visit Google and there you could find nice quotes
for any possible presentation or speech you could ever imagine. You could
also choose to go to library and find any book of famous quotations or
any good book or quotes. There are plenty of good books. Most of them are
categorized by keywords like optimism, success and inspiration etc. Find
the quote that relates best to your presentation or speech and use it in
the beginning of your speech and possibly to close it.

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