100 Motivational Quotes By Theodore Roosevelt On Leadership, Success And Politics
26th president of the United States (1901-1909)
New York, United States
Theodore Roosevelt was a renowned author, reformer, naturalist, statesman, soldier and the youngest President of the United States. He joined the Columbia Law School but soon dropped out to pursue his interest in politics. He served as the youngest member of the New York State assembly for three years. He was further appointed to the United States Civil Service and eventually became the President of the ‘New York City Police Commissioners Board’. There he made several reforms to wipe out all the corrupt practices from the most popular corrupt board of the country. He went on to form a voluntary army called the ‘Rough Riders’ which successfully fought the ‘Battle of San Juan Heights’ under his leadership and this got him the pseudonym of ‘Colonel’. This helped him become the vice president and eventually the President after the then President McKinley’s death. As the President, he brought in various social as well as political reforms duw to which he came to known as a modern President. His policies were very far-sighted and helped progress the country even after his presidential term. His undying interest in politics compelled him to be politically active until the day of his death. Here is a collection of his famous quotes and sayings which reflect his charismatic personality. Take a look at the most famous quotations and thoughts by Theodore Roosevelt which have been curated from his life, work, speeches, books, writings and life.