Motto of the Day

Give the day a motto and ...

Motto of the Day


Here you’ll find your daily inspiration.

Experience is not what happens to you; it’s what you do with what happens to you.

Aldous Huxley


Give the day a motto and …


On several occasions, I promoted a daily motto. Some positive feedback encouraged me to publish a daily motto on the homepage.

Who wants to subscribe to the daily motto as an RSS feed can do this here:

Otherwise, the current motto of the day appears on the home page and the overview on this page.




A daily motto for personal development?


The following questions help to benefit from the daily motto:

  • What does the quote trigger on you?
  • Under what circumstances do you agree with the statement and when not?
  • What is the meaning of the statement in your life?
  • How can the motto of the day enrich your life?
  • In what context could the statement be useful?
  • Where do you want to remember it like?


I do not quite agree with some quotes. Then there is often something special to learn.


  • What do you specifically reject in the statement?
  • Do you generally consider the statement not helpful or only inappropriate for you personally?
  • Which aspect is worth taking a closer look at?

Poll results


I gained experience with a daily motto and …


... it was good for me.


... a motto has not paid off for me.

Non-representative survey on (2018, n=792)

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 If we can not give our lives more days,
we can at least give it more quality. Karsten Noack

This article is a short excerpt of the more comprehensive course materials my clients receive in group or individual training or coaching.

First published: March 21, 2001
Author: Karsten Noack
Revision: April 3, 2018
Translation: April 3, 2009
German version: