Favorite Tweets of 2013

Top Tweets of 2013

If you’re like me, 2013 was an era of both angst and accomplishment, of both sweetness and struggle. As in years past, one of the richest sources of steady inspiration was encouraging guidance that friends shared on Twitter. I wanted to end the year by sharing a few of the tweets that helped me focus and persevere in 2013:

  1. Courtesy never goes out of style.Mal Fletcher

  2. Pretense breeds tension: Honesty builds trust.Lolly Daskal

  3. Arrogance is an undeniable sign of fear.Ted Coine

  4. You have a gift that others need. Remember you MATTER!Angela Maiers

  5. It’s very likely that your biggest obstacle to success is your own self-doubt.Steve Keating

  6. Those who cling to authority lose it. Those who give authority gain it.Dan Rockwell

  7. The price of originality is criticism. The value of originality is priceless.Vala Afshar

  8. Tell me and I’ll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I’ll understand.Petteri Tarkkonen

  9. We need to make sure kids change the world before the world changes them.John Willey

  10. Email, call or text someone you are grateful for. Doesn’t matter the reason – just tell them.Carrie Wilkerson

Are there tweets that inspired you in 2013? If so, I’d LOVE to see some of them here in the comments?

3 Responses to “Favorite Tweets of 2013”

  1. I’m seeing my customer just as how Petteri said it. That’s actually how they see my business and that’s how I can improve my customer touchpoints.

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  3. My favorite tweet — Arrogance is an undeniable sign of fear. – Ted Coine

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