Motivate your players, inspire fans or simply amuse yourself with these funny and motivational quotations. Page 4: More college football from coaches – Lou Holtz, Joe Paterno, Pete Carroll, etc.Page 5: More of the best from retired NFL stars (Last names A thru M) – Terry Bradshaw, Jim Brown, Earl Campbell and more. Other than that, we’re just not a very good football team right now.
Here are some inspirational relationship quotes that bring a new dimension to the meaning of the word relationship.
The myriad of relationships in life makes it worth living and brings a greater degree of joy and happiness to our lives.
If one of Britain's Prime Ministers can move on from a conversational "oops," the rest of us can learn to do it gracefully as well.
As an introvert myself, I often marvel at how much (and how fast) other people can talk.
Bill Belichick on Tom Brady Three rules for coaching: 1.) Surround yourself with people who can’t live without football. He took all of us who turned out and had us run through a forest.
The ones who ran into the trees were on the football team.Sometimes, when I'm in a meeting or in a big group, I don't speak up as quickly as I should.As I'm formulating my thoughts, someone else chimes in over me. Most of the time I think extroverts have the advantage in meetings or during group conversations for that very reason, they speak more quickly than introverts. Ben Franklin's wisdom usually makes me laugh and then cringe. Franklin is spot on with the visual of someone falling down on their behind, and yet having that be much better (and less embarrassing) than a slip of the tongue.You can find the right relationships quotes and sayings to fit nearly every type of relationship.To help you find the specific type of relationship quote you are seeking, we have provided sub topics at the top of this page.Tom Brady You have to play this game like somebody just hit your mother with a two-by-four. We’ve got to build some immune systems — more pushups, more whole milk. The object of the game is to move a ball past the other team’s goal line. No points are given for lacerations, contusions, or abrasions, but then no points are deducted, either. In fact, some of the more enthusiastic players even kick the ball, occasionally.