Tim Tebow Quotes

Timothy Richard Tebow

Tim Tebow quotes: great athlete and even better human, here are Tebow’s top quotes.

“Success comes in a lot of ways, but it doesn’t come with money and it doesn’t come with fame.  It comes from having a meaning in your life, doing what you love and being passionate about what you do.  That’s having a life of success.  When you have the ability to do what you love, love what you do and have the ability to impact people – that’s having a life of success.  That’s what having a life of meaning is.”

“Don’t be normal.  Be an example.”

“It’s not the dreamers that are remembered; it’s the doers.”

“How many people are not as good as they could be at their job because they don’t love it?  They’re not passionate about it.  If you don’t like something, why are you doing it?”

“You need to have something to motivate you, something to give you an edge.”

“Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard.”

“Just keep believing.  This is an opportunity where great things can happen… and let’s be great right now.”

“Every day is an opportunity to grow, to do something different, to be better.  You might have failed yesterday.  That’s okay.  It’s more important to get back up.  To try again.  To keep at it.”

“The best way to battle your inner critic is to grow, to change, to show progress in your areas of struggle.”

“You can’t lose confidence in yourself, or you’ve lost already.  When you get knocked down, you’ve got to keep getting back up.”

“I’m going to mess up.  But I’m going to get back, you know, and get after it and try to do better the next day.”

“Along the way there’s going to be a lot of obstacles, a lot of adversity, a lot of people who will tell you you’re not good enough.  I’m here to tell you that you are.  Everyone that tells you that you’re not… is because they didn’t accomplish something.”

“We’re going to fall, but we’ve got to get back up.  And you’ve got to improve.”

“Don’t worry about what you can’t control.  Our focus and energy needs to be on the things we can control.  Attitude, effort, focus – these are the things we can control.”

“Talk about your blessings more than you talk about your burdens.”

“If you believe, sometimes unbelievable things are possible.”

“The people who can finish and finish at the same pace or stronger than when they started – those are the ones who are going to succeed; those are the ones who are going to be great.”

“We all know of people who thought they could do it (whatever ‘it’ is) tomorrow.  We have all procrastinated on such a way, and often to our personal regret.  It happens time and again, putting off things that we convince ourselves might be better, more meaningful, more appropriate for another time.  So often that ‘better time’ either never comes or really isn’t better or more appropriate after all.  And then, sadly, the window of opportunity – to do something great – closes.”

“You and I were created by God to be so much more than normal.  Following the crowd is not a winning approach to life.  In the end, it’s a loser’s game, because we never become who God created us to be by trying to be like everybody else.”

“Strong leaders encourage you to do things for your own benefit, not just theirs.”

“You know what I’ve learned in the process?  How important it is not to allow either the highs or the lows in life to determine who you are.”

“You never know how the tough times you are going through today will inspire someone else tomorrow.”

“Do you approach each day with confidence, knowing that someone’s life can be eternally changed because of what you shared with – or did – for the person?”

“I want to make someone’s life better because I’m here.  If you have that attitude it will change your day and change your life.”

“You can be extremely bright and still have dyslexia.  You just have to understand how you learn and how you process information.  When you know that, you can overcome a lot of the obstacles that come with dyslexia.  When you figure out how you learn, you can accomplish whatever you want.”

“You just try to be nice to everybody and treat them all the same.  Treat them how you would want to be treated.”

“Being physically fit helps me think better and feel better.  I only have this one body.  I want to make the most impact that I can; taking care of my body helps me help others.  That’s a big reason why I do it.”

“I didn’t want to be like everyone else.  I wanted to be better.  If I did what everybody else did, then why would you look up to me?  Why would I set an example?”

“I would love to continue to be someone that is positive but also be someone that is objective.”

“If I’ve already thought through a situation and have a response prepared ahead of time… in the event temptation rears its ugly head… it is that much easier to resist.”

“No matter what happens, you’re always going to have those critics and those haters.  You just have to learn how to deal with that.  I think I have, and accept that.”

“I can’t control the naysayers.  I can control my attitude and work ethic and determination and that’s what I’m focused on now.”

“If I didn’t work as hard as I could, then I think it would be a bit like saying, ‘God, thanks for giving me this ability, but I don’t really care about it.  I’m going to do something else, and I’m not going to work quite as hard.’”

“I’m not perfect.  And who knows how many times I’ve fallen short.  We all fall short.”

“I try to learn from every experience, good or bad.”

“Honestly, I’m just trying to do the best I can with every opportunity I’m given, and when I’m given the opportunities, make the most of them.”

“I don’t know what my future holds, but I do know who holds my future.”

“Being outspoken about my faith isn’t just something that I do; it’s who I am because my faith isn’t just a little piece of my life.  It is my life.  It’s not a question of whether I’m outspoken about it or not.  I’m definitely not ashamed of it.”

“When we talk about having a life of significance and meaning, it’s not about fame or money or resources.  It’s about people and lives and hearts.  That’s my biggest passion in life.”

“I don’t really regret much.  I know there are things that I’ve done that have been wrong, and wish I could do over again, but I feel it’s all made me who I am today, and I’m very thankful for that.”

“I really try to enjoy life and have joy with what I do.”

“I’m just thankful for everything, all the blessings in my life, trying to stay that way.  I think that’s the best way to start your day and finish your day.  It keeps everything in perspective.”

“For me, my goal is to be able to impact as many people as possible for something good, for something right; to be able to leave a legacy of something bigger than myself – not for winning games, not for scoring touchdowns, but that Jesus Christ has changed my life.  You can love God, and you can love people.  There’s more to this world than money, fame, and power.  You can have an impact, no matter who you are; no matter what platform.  No matter how big or small of a role model, there’s someone watching you.  There’s a life that you can change.  There’s a life that you can impact.”

“When you die there’s going to be a tombstone.  It’s going to have your name.  It’s gonna have the year you’re born and the day you die.  In between there’s going to be a dash.  And that dash is going to represent everything you did in your life, good and bad.  That’s how you’re remembered.  What do you want your dash to represent?”

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