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Today is April 9th, and welcome to The Daily Quote – a podcast designed to kickstart your day in a positive way. I’m your host, Andrew McGivern, and I’m thrilled you are here with me today, especially because it’s our 100th episode!

Can you believe it?

We’ve hit triple digits, and I haven’t run out of quotes yet, which is a small miracle in itself.

Today, besides celebrating our centennial episode, we’re acknowledging National Unicorn Day. Yes, you heard it right. Unicorns! Those mythical creatures that somehow symbolize purity, grace, and the ability to stab someone with their head.

Now, isn’t that something you’d like to have on your resume?

Before we dive into today’s quote, let’s take a moment to reflect on the last 100 episodes. We’re looking back at the top three most popular episodes, each highlighted by a quote that has resonated deeply with our listeners.

Starting with number three, we have a powerful statement from Oprah Winfrey:

“The greatest discovery of all time is that a person can change his future by merely changing his attitude.”

This quote underscores the profound impact of personal outlook and attitude on one’s life trajectory. Moving on to the second spot, a recent yet impactful quote from Buddha captured our audience’s attention:

“To keep the body in good health is a duty… otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.”

This emphasizes the intrinsic link between physical well-being and mental clarity, highlighting the importance of taking care of one’s body to foster a healthy mind. And the number one quote by far…, leading our chart, comes from Steven Tyler: Who once said

“Dream on, dream on, dream until your dreams come true.”

Actually, he has probably said (or sang) those words thousands of times.

Beyond its lyrical charm, this quote embodies the essence of perseverance and the power of holding onto one’s dreams.

What ties these three quotes together is the theme of self-empowerment. Each quote, in its own way, speaks to the potential within us to shape our futures, be it through attitude adjustment, maintaining our health, or relentlessly pursuing our dreams. They collectively emphasize the control we have over our own lives and the importance of nurturing our minds, bodies, and aspirations to achieve our fullest potential.

And now on to our quote for today…

From comedian George Burns…

George Burns was an American comedian, actor, and writer. He was known for his quick wit, humorous quotes, and longevity in the entertainment industry, living to the age of 100 himself, which adds a layer of authenticity and humor to his words.

George Burns once said…

“If you live to be one hundred, you’ve got it made.”

This quote brings a smile and a nod because it speaks to the rarity and achievement of reaching the century mark, not just in age, but in any endeavor, including our own journey through 100 episodes of this podcast.

Although not as noteworthy as living to 100…

But nevertheless, Like the elusive unicorn, hitting 100 is a unique and magical event, a milestone that speaks to endurance, growth, and a bit of sparkle along the way. This quote reminds us to appreciate the journey, to relish in the accomplishments, and to find joy in the longevity of our pursuits. I

t tells us that reaching a hundred of anything isn’t just a number; it’s a testament to persistence, passion, and a little bit of magic. So, as we celebrate the 100th episode on National Unicorn Day, let’s celebrate the achievement of longevity and the success in our continued journey. Whether it’s living to a hundred, reaching a hundred episodes, or simply finding a hundred reasons to smile, it’s a milestone that definitely means we’ve got it made.

Thank you for being a crucial part of this adventure. Your support and enthusiasm make every episode a treasure. Here’s to the magic of one hundred, the allure of unicorns, and the many more milestones to come!

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