popular twitter quotes


The most popular quote from our twitter account from week 3 of 2016: 1

Most RT'd quotes last week on @thecoachingblog

Each week I share the most RT’d quote(s) from the blogs twitter account over the previous week. Last week the quote with the most RT’s was:

M “Success is stumbling from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm.”

(Winston Churchill)

Tweeted on 18th January

There was a 2-way tie for the quote with the next highest amount of RT’s between:

“Success is walking from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm.”

(Winston Churchill)

Tweeted on 19th January

and

“A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing.”

(George Bernard Shaw)

Tweeted on 24th January

thank you

Many thanks to everyone who shared the quotes above and the other quotes from last week. I know that there are various aspects that can influence if a quote attracts your attention – if you saw the tweet, personal style, if it speaks to something happening in your life at that moment etc.

Which quote do you prefer?

(For those of you as geeky as I am and wondering what tool I’m using to measure individual RT’s this week I’ve been playing with www.twitonomy.com)


The most popular quote from our twitter account from week 2 of 2016:

Most RT'd quotes last week on @thecoachingblog

Each week I share the most RT’d quote(s) from the blogs twitter account over the previous week. Last week the quote with the most RT’s was:

“In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: it goes on.”

(Robert Frost)

Tweeted on 11th January

There was a 2-way tie for the quote with the next highest amount of RT’s between:

“The saddest part about being human is not paying attention. Presence is the gift of life.”

(Stephen Levine)

Tweeted on 16th January

and

“If you are not willing to risk the usual you will have to settle for the ordinary.”

Jim Rohn

Tweeted on 14th January

thank you

Many thanks to everyone who shared the quotes above and the other quotes from last week. I know that there are various aspects that can influence if a quote attracts your attention – if you saw the tweet, personal style, if it speaks to something happening in your life at that moment etc.

Which quote do you prefer?

(For those of you as geeky as I am and wondering what tool I’m using to measure individual RT’s this week I’ve been playing with www.twitonomy.com)


The most popular quote from our twitter account from week 1 of 2016:

Most RT'd quotes last week on @thecoachingblog

Each week I share the most RT’d quote(s) from the blogs twitter account over the previous week. Last week the quote with the most RT’s was:

“Confidence, like art, never comes from having all the answers; it comes from being open to all the questions.”

(Earl Gray Stevens)

Tweeted on 8th January

There was a 2-way tie for the quote with the next highest amount of RT’s between:

“Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things.”

(Peter Drucker)

Tweeted on 7th January

and

“The greatest mistake you can make in life is to continually be afraid you will make one.”

(Elbert Hubbard)

Tweeted on 4th January

thank you

Many thanks to everyone who shared the quotes above and the other quotes from last week. I know that there are various aspects that can influence if a quote attracts your attention – if you saw the tweet, personal style, if it speaks to something happening in your life at that moment etc.

Which quote do you prefer?

(For those of you as geeky as I am and wondering what tool I’m using to measure individual RT’s this week I’ve been playing with www.twitonomy.com)


The most popular quote from our twitter account from week 41 of 2015:

Most RT'd quotes last week on @thecoachingblog

Each Thursday I share the most RT’d quote(s) from the blogs twitter account over the previous week. Last week, again there were lots of RT’s, the two quotes with the most RT’s were:

“It’s not the load that breaks you down, it’s the way you carry it.”

(Lou Holtz)

Tweeted on 13th October

and

“If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude. Don’t complain.”

(Maya Angelou)

Tweeted on 15th October

There was a 3-way tie for the quote with the next highest amount of RT’s between:

“The ancestor of every action is a thought.”

(Ralph Waldo Emerson)

Tweeted on 13th October

“Do one thing every day that scares you.”

(Eleanor Roosevelt)

Tweeted on 14th October

“Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that something else is more important than fear.”

(Ambrose Redmoon)

Tweeted on 16th October

and

“Man is a goal-seeking animal. His life only has meaning if he is reaching out and striving for his goals.”

(Aristotle)

Tweeted on 16th October

thank you

Many thanks to everyone who shared the quotes above and the other quotes from last week. I know that there are various aspects that can influence if a quote attracts your attention – if you saw the tweet, personal style, if it speaks to something happening in your life at that moment etc.

Which quote do you prefer?

(For those of you as geeky as I am and wondering what tool I’m using to measure individual RT’s this week I’ve been playing with www.twitonomy.com)


The most popular quote from our twitter account from week 40 of 2015:

Most RT'd quotes last week on @thecoachingblog

Each Thursday I share the most RT’d quote(s) from the blogs twitter account over the previous week. Last week there were lots of RT’d quotes with a 4-way tie for the most RT’s between:

“The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.”

(Walt Disney Company)

Tweeted on 8th October

“There’s a big difference between showing interest and really taking interest.”

(Michael P. Nichols, The Lost Art of Listening)

Tweeted on 8th October

“Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it.”

(Maya Angelou)

Tweeted on 8th October

and

“Do not go where the path may lead, going steady where there is no path and leave a trail.”

(Ralph Waldo Emerson)

Tweeted on 11th October

The quote with the next highest amount of RT’s was:

“If speaking is silver, then listening is gold.”

(Turkish Proverb)

Tweeted on 10th October

thank you

Many thanks to everyone who shared the quotes above and the other quotes from last week. I know that there are various aspects that can influence if a quote attracts your attention – if you saw the tweet, personal style, if it speaks to something happening in your life at that moment etc.

Which quote do you prefer?

(For those of you as geeky as I am and wondering what tool I’m using to measure individual RT’s this week I’ve been playing with www.twitonomy.com)


The most popular quote from our twitter account from week 39 of 2015:

Most RT'd quotes last week on @thecoachingblog

Each Thursday I share the most RT’d quote(s) from the blogs twitter account over the previous week. Last week the quote with the most RT’s was:

“What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others.”

(Pericles)

Tweeted on 1st October

The quote with the next highest amount of RT’s was:

“Things work out best for those who make the best of how things work out.”

(John Wooden)

Tweeted on 1st October

thank you

Many thanks to everyone who shared the quotes above and the other quotes from last week. I know that there are various aspects that can influence if a quote attracts your attention – if you saw the tweet, personal style, if it speaks to something happening in your life at that moment etc.

Which quote do you prefer?

(For those of you as geeky as I am and wondering what tool I’m using to measure individual RT’s this week I’ve been playing with www.twitonomy.com)


The most popular quote from our twitter account from week 38 of 2015:

Most RT'd quotes last week on @thecoachingblog

Each Thursday I share the most RT’d quote(s) from the blogs twitter account over the previous week. Last week the quote with the most RT’s was:

“Happiness depends upon ourselves.”

(Aristotle)

Tweeted on 22nd September

There was a 4-way tie for the quote with the next highest amount of RT’s between:

“The greatest happiness is to transform one’s feelings into action.”

(Madame de Stael)
Tweeted on 27th September

“Always be a first-rate version of yourself, instead of a second-rate version of somebody else.”

(Judy Garland)

Tweeted on 27th September

“Forgiveness does not change the past, but it does enlarge the future.”

(Paul Boese)

Tweeted on 26th September

and

“Confidence is preparation. Everything else is beyond your control.”

(Richard Kline)

Tweeted on 25th September

thank you

Many thanks to everyone who shared the quotes above and the other quotes from last week. I know that there are various aspects that can influence if a quote attracts your attention – if you saw the tweet, personal style, if it speaks to something happening in your life at that moment etc.

Which quote do you prefer?

(For those of you as geeky as I am and wondering what tool I’m using to measure individual RT’s this week I’ve been playing with www.twitonomy.com)


The most popular quote from our twitter account from week 37 of 2015:

Most RT'd quotes last week on @thecoachingblog

Each Thursday I share the most RT’d quote(s) from the blogs twitter account over the previous week. Last week the quote with the most RT’s was:

“If you don’t understand yourself you don’t understand anybody else.”

(Nikki Giovanni)

Tweeted on 16th September

The quote with the next highest amount of RT’s was:

“Don’t let what you can’t do stop you from doing what you can do.”

(John Wooden)

Tweeted on 17th September

thank you

Many thanks to everyone who shared the quotes above and the other quotes from last week. I know that there are various aspects that can influence if a quote attracts your attention – if you saw the tweet, personal style, if it speaks to something happening in your life at that moment etc.

Which quote do you prefer?

(For those of you as geeky as I am and wondering what tool I’m using to measure individual RT’s this week I’ve been playing with www.twitonomy.com)