Motivational Quotes Compilation
A compilation of quotes from podcast episodes, covering life, health, relationships, and more. Part of the Ultimate Guide series brought to you by Optimal Living Daily podcast.
We're in the process of compiling quotes from OLD Podcast episodes across the different shows.
If you're new here, the five shows are:
- Optimal Living Daily (personal development; minimalism; mindfulness)
- Optimal Health Daily (health and fitness)
- Optimal Finance Daily (personal finance; FIRE [Financial Independence, Retire Early])
- Optimal Relationships Daily (all types of relationships including dating, marriage, and parenting)
- Optimal Living Advice (life QnA's)
- Optimal Business Daily (archives / startups; career)
As the image above says, sometimes all it takes is one positive thought or quote to change your entire life 🙂
Here are quotes to stay motivated in all the different areas of your life.
1. Health and Fitness
If you feel intimidated with building the self-discipline to live a healthy lifestyle, these quotes will help realize that making positive lifestyle changes is totally doable.
2. Breakup Recovery
You don't want to simply block your emotions when it comes to a breakup. You want to process your feelings to give your mind and heart a chance to heal. These quotations will help you to stay strong when you're moving on from a breakup.
Seeking inspiration on living intentionally? These mindfulness quotes are what you need.
Stay tuned for more updates on this page. OLD Podcast has been described as a recommended podcast for “people who need to save time,” so we hope this compilation gives you an additional way to quickly find the positive content you need.
If you have a favorite quote you'd like to see in a future blog post, you can share it in our Facebook group! Those will be compiled in a “podcast listener” quotes article where you can learn more about the quotes that resonate with your fellow listeners.
For now, here's a fun quote to round up this page:
“[A] quotation is a handy thing to have about, saving one the trouble of thinking for oneself, always a laborious business.”
~ A.A. Milne