"Great thoughts reduced to practice become great acts"
- William Hazlitt
About this Quote
The quote by William Hazlitt, "Great thoughts lowered to practice become terrific acts," suggests that our actions show our thoughts. It is inadequate to simply think of doing something; we must equate our ideas into actions in order to accomplish success. This quote highlights the importance of turning our ideas and dreams into reality by putting in the effort necessary to make them take place. It also suggests that there is a direct relationship in between our thoughts and our actions, which we can change our behavior by altering the way we think. Eventually, this quote encourages us to not just think big, however to also act upon those ideas in order to really realize our full potential.
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