Before you speak, listen. Before you write, think. Before you spend, earn. Before you invest, investigate. Before you criticize, wait. Before you pray, forgive. Before you quit, try. Before you retire, save. Before you die, give.— William Arthur Ward
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Speak with honesty, think with sincerity, act with integrity.
Words spoken can not be recalled so think twice before you speak.
Let nothing be said about anyone unless it passes through the three sieves: Is it true? Is it kind? Is it necessary?
Do not speak badly of yourself. For the warrior within hears your words and is lessened by them.
YOUR WORD IS YOUR WAND. THE WORDS YOU SPEAK CREATE YOUR OWN DESTINY
Every time you speak right, you are training yourself to think right and act right.
Everything you say should be true, but not everything true should be said.
Think before you speak, read before you think.
Think before you speak. Read before you think.
Think before you speak, your words could hurt someone's feeling more than you intended it to.
Think twice before you speak, because your words and influence will plant the seed of either success or failure in the mind of another.
Before you speak - think.
When I get ready to talk to people, I spend two thirds of the time thinking what they want to hear and one third thinking about what I want to say.
THINK before you speak. Is it True, Helpful, Inspiring, Necessary, Kind?
Wise women tuck Godly wisdom into the words they speak and even more into the words they choose not to speak.
Before you speak, think. Is it true? Is it helpful? Is it inspiring? Is it necessary? Is it kind?
The power to see change in your life can be found in the words you speak.
You have the power to set the destiny for your life by what comes out of your mouth.
A woman who is careful with her words is a gift to all who know her.
Think before you speak. Think before you judge. Think before you think you have a person all figured out.
Think before you speak. Read before you think.
Think twice before you speak, then say it to yourself first.
Think before you speak. Read before you think. This will give you something to think about that you didn't make up yourself - a wise move at any age, but most especially at seventeen, when you are in the greatest danger of coming to annoying conclusions.
Think before you speak. Spend less than what you make. And whatever happens, try to make the best of what's going on.
Before you speak - think !
Think twice before you speak, and then you may be able to say something more insulting than if you spoke right out at once.
It is only the young and callow and ignorant that admire rashness.
Think before you speak. Know your subject.
The person who says he knows what he thinks but cannot express it usually does not know what he thinks.
Thinking and speaking are two things that should always be done in that exact order.
Think before you act; think twice before you speak.
Think before you speak, and don't say everything you think.
Our words have creative power. With our words, we can speak blessings over our future or we can speak negative things over our future.
Think twice before you speak to a friend in need.
We've all been hurt by words before. So before you speak, think about how your words might affect someone else.
If you think before you speak the other guy gets his joke in first.
Always speak the truth, think before you speak, and write it down afterwards.
I think camp is a really fascinating thing, and it's hard to define and hard to apply consciously. It's almost something you take from material that's already existed in the world, a reading of the world. But I think it speaks of a long tradition of gay reading of the world, before gays were allowed to be visible.
If you ask an introvert a question, wait until she thinks about it.
Introverts think before speaking, not through speaking. If you want to get to the good stuff, you need to slow down.
I think you can be happy and still be competitive.
A good lesson for everybody is to think a bit before you speak and represent who you really are instead of the brash emotional you.
I think the words you stop yourself from saying are the ones that will haunt you the longest.
Think twice before you speak - and you'll find everyone talking about something else.
There's even more blending of genres happening.
They blend sci-fi with action, or family drama with a mystery show. People don't want to just do the same thing that everybody's done a thousand times before, and that's probably a big part of it. I think you're also seeing television and features speak to each other. You see it happen in movies, and it starts to get reflected on the small screen.
You don't need any specialized education and you don't need to know anything about the world in which I work. I think my music should be able to speak to you even if you've never been to a concert of classical music before.