Ann Cotton Quotes

Top 10 wise famous quotes and sayings by Ann Cotton

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Ann Cotton quotes: Poverty diminishes confidence. So if someone offers you a grain store, even if you really need a plough, you take what is offered to you. Poverty diminishes confidence. So if someone offers you a grain store, even if you really need a plough, you take what is offered to you.
Ann Cotton quotes: For the poor, learning to manage money well is central to improving their lives. For the poor, learning to manage money well is central to improving their lives.
Ann Cotton quotes: You need to listen to the people experiencing the problems, and their ideas need to crowd out the words of the 'can't be done-ers.' You need to listen to the people experiencing the problems, and their ideas need to crowd out the words of the 'can't be done-ers.'
Ann Cotton quotes: If you can't send your daughter to school when you know it will help her, you feel a sense of failure, and you feel that failure deeply. If you can't send your daughter to school when you know it will help her, you feel a sense of failure, and you feel that failure deeply.
Ann Cotton quotes: Have faith in your intuition and listen to your gut feeling. Have faith in your intuition and listen to your gut feeling.
Ann Cotton quotes: Be greedy for social change, and your life will be endlessly enriched. The only failure lies in not trying, or giving up. Be greedy for social change, and your life will be endlessly enriched. The only failure lies in not trying, or giving up.
Ann Cotton quotes: All children everywhere deserve the opportunity that is unlocked for them by education. All children everywhere deserve the opportunity that is unlocked for them by education.