Motivational Alexandra Robbins Quotes

Alexandra Robbins was born on May 23, 1976. Alexandra Robbins is a famous journalist, lecturer, and author. Below we are sharing Alexandra Robbins Quotes. These Motivational Alexandra Robbins Quotes will inspire and boost your motivation to the next level.

Motivational Alexandra Robbins Quotes

1. “Nothing is more unnerving to the truly conventional than the unashamed misfit.” – Alexandra Robbins

2. “Students usually don’t refer to themselves as nerds until someone else accuses them of being one.” – Alexandra Robbins

3. “Someone else’s success is not your failure.” – Alexandra Robbins

4. “There are no consequences for poor work ethic and no rewards for good work ethic.” – Alexandra Robbins

5. “Conformity is a mask behind which students can hide their identity or the fact that they haven’t yet figured out their identity.” – Alexandra Robbins

6. “The only way I’m going to make any friends is if I take the first step.” – Alexandra Robbins

7. “When a child sees herself through the prism of her peer group, the resulting self-image can be distorted.” – Alexandra Robbins

8. “He didn’t realize that simply by mingling among various lunch tables, he was befriending people in different crowds, weaving together the fringes of the cafeteria.” – Alexandra Robbins

9. “Conformity is not an admirable trait. Conformity is a copout. It threatens self-awareness. It can lead groups to enforce rigid and arbitrary rules.” – Alexandra Robbins

10. “How could he encapsulate in a pithy admissions-interview line all of his unique ideas and interests?” – Alexandra Robbins

11. “In one survey, respondents listed Princeton as one of the country’s top ten law schools. The problem? Princeton doesn’t have a law school.” – Alexandra Robbins

12. “Although she was gregarious, she inadvertently separated herself from people because she was so often inside her own head, focusing on her creativity.” – Alexandra Robbins

13. “Nursing is more than a career; it is a calling. Nurses are remarkable. Yet contemporary literature largely neglects them.” – Alexandra Robbins

14. “Studies have shown that, at least among students, popularity equals visibility.” – Alexandra Robbins

15. “What is to give light must endure burning. I think people who care for others understand. Caregiving is painful.” – Alexandra Robbins

16. “Groups satisfy our brain’s natural inclination to make sense of hordes of people we encounter and observe. This quality is so inherent that children intuitively understand the need to form groups without adults having to teach them.” – Alexandra Robbins

17. “If schools celebrated student scientists the same way they celebrate student-athletes, more students would be encouraged to pursue the subject. Instead, science is considered nerdy because schools help students to paint it that way.” – Alexandra Robbins

18. “In the minds of their peers, too often students become caricatures of themselves.” – Alexandra Robbins

19. “No student should be encouraged — by anyone — to change himself until he’s “normal,” a term that says everything and means nothing.” – Alexandra Robbins

20. “Social standing does not necessarily translate to social acceptance.” – Alexandra Robbins

21. “The trade-off seems like a no-brainer. Would you rather be bribed during your hospital stay with made-to-order omelets or would you rather be, for example, not dead?” – Alexandra Robbins

22. “Being an outsider doesn’t necessarily indicate any sort of social failing. We do not view a tuba player as musically challenged if he cannot play the violin.” – Alexandra Robbins

23. “He comes in entirely as an outsider. He lets his mind wander. He’s not endangering his academic position because he doesn’t have one, and he can take those risks.” – Alexandra Robbins

24. “If teachers are uncomfortable at their own school, they will pass on their uncertainties or negative attitude to students.” – Alexandra Robbins

25. “Instead of revamping school policies to welcome every child, many school systems are bent on revamping the students to conform to their schools.” – Alexandra Robbins

26. “Nonconformists aren’t just going against the grain; they’re going against the brain. Either their brains aren’t taking the easy way out to begin with, or in standing apart from their peers, these students are standing up to their biology.” – Alexandra Robbins

25. “Membership in small groups allows people to feel similar and different at the same time: similar because they are a part of a group in different because the group is separate from the masses.” – Alexandra Robbins

27. “Exclusion is a common behavior. But that doesn’t make it unchangeable. And that doesn’t mean that anything is wrong with the cafeteria fringe.” – Alexandra Robbins

28. “I figure I’ll win the fight in twenty years or so anyways when I end up with a decent life and their unemployed and living at home.” – Alexandra Robbins

29. “In the midst of a crowd, an individual’s layers of restraint peel away, revealing potentially barbaric instincts and a susceptibility to a “crowd contagion.” – Alexandra Robbins

30. “Part of the problem is that people at our school don’t listen. They just put on the headphones and tune out the world. It’s intimidating.” – Alexandra Robbins

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