Acronym Inspirational Quotes

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Don’t tell me you have OCD about this?” “OCD, ADHD—pretty sure if they come up with some new acronym tomorrow I’d have it.
Cyma Rizwaan Khan (I See The Devil)
My acronym for full-on engagement: ROAR, Return on Attendee Relevance
Andrea Driessen (The Non-Obvious Guide to Event Planning: For Kick-Ass Gatherings that Inspire People)
Imagine this: you log onto Everycharity.org, and the site is as visually seductive as iTunes. It most definitely does not look as if it was designed by a Ph.D. candidate in accounting. The icons look so good you want to lick them, as Steve Jobs once remarked about the icons in the Mac operating system. Instead of reading like it was written by a committee of academics, it’s as easy to understand as Mr. Rogers. Instead of being filled with acronyms and social service jargon, it contains words that anyone can understand. The words actually inspire you instead of confusing you. Instead of intimidating, it invites.
Dan Pallotta (Charity Case: How the Nonprofit Community Can Stand Up For Itself and Really Change the World)
A Pheonomenal woman is driven by her divine given POWER: The acronym Power defines her qualities: Poised for success Opportunities are endless Works hard to achieve her goals Enduring strength and vitality Reaps the rewards of her hard work A Phenomenal woman will get out of bed, when the whole world around her is falling apart.
Delma Pryce (ABOVE AND BEYOND: My Spiritual Journey)
No Rules. No Excuses. No Regrets. - The Break Diver's Creed
Monroe Mann (T.R.U.S.T.: How Psychology and a Simple 5-Letter Acronym Will Help You Raise the Money You Need, Recruit the Team You Want, & Engender the Support You Crave)
WITCH. The useful acronym stood for Women’s International Terrorist Conspiracy from Hell, but it could also mean Women Inspired to Tell their Collective History, Women Interested in Toppling Consumer Holidays, and a host of imaginative variations. Proclaiming that witches were the original female rebels, hounded, persecuted, and burned at the stake because they had knowledge that men wanted suppressed, WITCH devoted itself to hit-and-run guerrilla theater, called “zaps.
Susan Brownmiller (In Our Time: Memoir of a Revolution)
When we think of fear as an acronym meant to support us, we find that fear itself has genius, magic and power in it. We can use any fear that we feel to our advantage in the moment by remembering what FEAR really is: Forgetting Everything is All Right.
Lori Cash Richards (Letting the Upside In: Discovering the code that grants us access to the extraordinary treasures contained within our hearts)