Enthusiasm

Enthusiasm — from the Greek — En Theo — In God. Christians ought therefore to be the most enthusiastic.  — Ray Cross

To give up enthusiasm wrinkles th soul. — Samuel Ullman

When I force myself to act enthusiastic, I soon feel enthusiastic. — Frank Bettger

Enthusiasm is by far the highest paid quality on earth, probably because it is one of the rarest; yet it is one of the most contagious. — Frank Bettger

If you are enthusiastic, your listener is likely to become enthusiastic, even though you may present your ideas poorly. — Frank Bettger

Without enthusiasm, your sales talk is about as dead as last year’s turkey. — Frank Bettger

To become enthusiastic — act enthusiastic. — Frank Bettger

I believe if a man can maintain enthusiasm long enough, it will produce anything. — Frank Bettger

The person with enthusiasm lives abundantly in spite of and not because of his situation. — Don Polston

Enthusiasm is energy!

A man can succeed at almost anything for which he has unlimited enthusiasm.

Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm. — Ralph Waldo Emerson

None so old as he who has out-lived enthusiasm. — Thorold