Iowa Inspirational Quotes

If you’re new to Iowa, then those first ten months of brutal, soul-crushing weather might get you down a little bit. But whenever you’re feeling like tomorrow is too hard to face, just look at the world the way the natives do, by embracing some of these homespun Iowa Inspirational Quotes. So cheer up! The weather will be nice for two weeks in June, most years!

“Always do your best. What you plant now, you will harvest later. Or if not, there’s always crop insurance.”

“If you can dream it, you can do it. Unless you dream about the Cyclones having a good football team, anyway.”

“Expect problems and then eat them for breakfast. Fried on a stick, wrapped in bacon. With a side of blue cheese.”

“In order to succeed, we must first believe that we can. Then we must apply for a Federal subsidy.”

“Great leaders want to achieve, and not just to beat others. Great governors, however, just like beating others.”

“Even if you fall on your face, you’re still moving forward. Except for when you’re doing keg stands.”

“The secret to getting ahead is getting started. And the secret to getting started is an engine block heater.”

“You must learn the game’s rules, then you must play better than anyone else. Well, unless Fran McCaffery’s your coach, anyway.”

“You are never too old to dream a new dream. So stop dreaming about driving so slowly, okay?”

“Either we will find a way, or we will make one. Usually by knocking down something historic, or paving a wetland.”

“Keep your eyes on the stars, and your feet on the ground. Because that makes the bed stop spinning.”

“Problems are not stop signs, they are exit signs to new highways. You can just run them over, either way.”

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