I enjoyed "The ability to access your ability to influence your mental attitude" which I picked up from the Value Partnership.
Laughed at the enigmatic ,"To catch up with yourself you've got to slow down" from Colin Burns.
Chris Hurst's "When you try to move an organisation you get a stretch at one end and a pinch at the other"
Nicolas Chagrin, a Romanian-Brit who lives in Dorset, amused me with "... and that's how I got my surname" And when he was asked how his surname was spelt replied "Chagrin
"Drinking alcohol is so medieval". from Susan Ross. Her explanation, "It dates back to the days before we had clean drinking water" . From Garrison Keeler, from his story about deciding one morning to go wherever the stone he kicked went - which then tells how he missed school, got accused of smoking, and all in all had a real adventure, "You've got to kick that stone. I was lucky I kicked it when I was young so I know real freedom."
I've used my own "Events Evaporate but Patterns Persist." to great effect. I was intriguted by the impact my "Leaders get the Followers they deserve" had on a group od senior leaders from Allianz the worlds biggest insurer
Marianne Guldbrandsen the Chief Design Officer at the Design council hit me with "Innovation isn't just the journey but the change you are personally going to go through" Neal Stone the magical man who brought us nights of real sleep on airlines through his design of the BA club class yin-yang beds told me that "Design is a verb not a noun." Matt Hunter the Iconic IDEO thought-leader taught me that "No CEO can argue with the smiling face of a customer." And from David Lomas the ex-Innovation Lab Supremo, commenting on the stability of computers and PCs "Sheeesh! Think I'll go back to laying concrete..."