Latino Townhall’s Top 25 #Leadership Quotes for 2013 – Part II

Latino Townhall’s Top 25 #LatinoQuotes for 2013 – Part II


Latino Townhall’s founder is busy writing a book on leadership, and from time to time, he receives inspiration through his research and studies. Here are 25 #LatinoQuotes for the second half of 2013. The dates are included to only to authenticate the date of writing… please cut and paste quotes as often as you wish to post on social media… hope you’re inspired!

‘Leadership doesn’t begin with ego, agenda, title nor position… It starts with surrender.” -Joel Garcia (December 15, 2013)

‘The most essential element of creating change is preparing and aligning people with the right attitude for change.” –Joel Garcia (December 1st 2013)

‘Hope can carry you, faith can move you but before you go anywhere take love with you.” –Joel Garcia (November 29th 2013)

‘Don’t learn from your mistakes; rather gain wisdom so you minimize your mistakes.” –Joel Garcia (November 29th 2013)

‘Three things matter most and cannot be take away; our faith, our family and our freedom.” –Joel Garcia (November 28th)

‘Competence goes beyond possessing mere knowledge, it has more to do with executing excellence.” –Joel Garcia (November 21, 2013)

‘Success is determined by the individual – not everyone is looking for the same thing.” –Joel Garcia (November 19, 2013)

‘You give power away by putting love into action.” –Joel Garcia (Oct. 2nd 2013)

‘Trust is the anchor that holds and sustains enduring relationships.” –Joel Garcia (Sept. 28th 2013)

‘Empowering others is the ability to trust them with risk and failure.” –Joel Garcia (Sept. 28th 2013)

‘Accountability is simply an action of leadership that gets results.” –Joel Garcia (Sept. 28th 2013)

‘Envy is hating what someone has earned rightly, and a deep despair for lacking it nightly. –Joel Garcia (September 13, 2013)

‘The type of “civic engagement” our Founders had in mind was for the people to be engaged for the purpose of restraining public officials rather than empowering them.” –Joel Garcia (September 3, 2013)

‘Rejection will test the limits of your calling and character.” –Joel Garcia (September 3rd 2013)

‘When leaders serve within their purpose they find real pleasure.” –Joel Garcia 

‘Galvanizing power is the direct gift of influencing and integrity.” –Joel Garcia

‘If one strives for success, then hunger and passion must translate into discipline at some point.” –Joel Garcia

‘Joy ignites passion.” –Joel Garcia (June 26, 2013)

‘Evil may prick at you, but if you stand honorably it won’t defeat you.” –Joel Garcia (May 26, 2013)

‘Sometimes you may feel alone and distant but you’re not. Just know God is with you, your friends are behind you, and your destiny lies before you.” –Joel Garcia (May 26, 2013)

‘Pride is an unwillingness to change; humility is always in learning mode.” –Joel Garcia (May 14th 2013)

‘A leader embraces scripted priorities as well as a fluid approach to balancing them in the moment.” –Joel Garcia (March 20, 2013)

‘You cannot have influence without trust, and trust is built through love.” –Joel Garcia (March 23, 2013)

‘Humility is not denying strength nor success but keeping in mind these things can ruin your life.” –Joel Garcia

‘Performance and results are driven and determined by the intelligence behind your labor.” –Joel Garcia


Latino Townhall’s Top 25 #LatinoQuotes of 2010

Most people are not afraid of change but what the process of change reveals about them. –Joel Garcia (January 9th2010)

The life you live is the truth you follow. –Joel Garcia (January 15th 2010)

The greatest challenge for creating change is talking people out of doubt. –Joel Garcia (January 30th 2010)

Giving up is okay because one realizes a limitation; the key now is to ask someone for help. –Joel Garcia (February 7th 2010)

Capacity is the space we create within ourselves to hold and sustain something greater. –Joel Garcia (February 8th 2010)

A significant gaffe leaders make is to be long on vision and short on relationship. –Joel Garcia (February 10th 2010)

The process reveals our character to show us what is required to make it to the other side. –Joel Garcia (February 24th 2010)

Optimism is an attitude that shows up around springtime. –Joel Garcia (March 13th 2010)

You can handle the present challenges when you commit yourself to the future. –Joel Garcia (May 1st 2010)

Love lights up every room. –Joel Garcia (May 8th, 2010)

Before you set out to change the world, you’ve got to change one little universe; your mind. –Joel Garcia (May 14, 2010)

A mentor is a catalyst for change in a young person’s life. –Joel Garcia (June 11, 2010)

Courage is faith bottled up in a crazy person. –Joel Garcia (June 18, 2010)

Legacy is when your life continues to speak and influence after you. –Joel Garcia (June 22, 2010)

Friday is just another day like Monday but with the feeling that you have a two-day free pass. –Joel Garcia (June 25, 2010)

You cannot possess a place or a position you have not prepared for. –Joel Garcia (August 11, 2010)

Fun makes the day go faster. –Joel Garcia (August 13, 2010)

Personal growth is incomplete without addressing the spiritual dimension. –Joel Garcia (August 13, 2010)

We live in an age where you can no longer explain it – you’ve got to be it. –Joel Garcia (August 15, 2010)

Failure is a teacher to help you realize you missed something or someone along your journey. –Joel Garcia (November 3, 2010)

Vision without heart is just a fantasy. –Joel Garcia (November 7, 2010)

Your daily job is to perfect your craft and character until time and opportunity call you forth. –Joel Garcia (November 9, 2010)

Critical times call for creative minds. –Joel Garcia (November 20, 2010)

Innovation is the human drive to reveal the divine imprint within. –Joel Garcia (December 23, 2010)

There’s no change unless one presses the boundary of personal limits. –Joel Garcia (December 28, 2010)