Our BYU education helps us to develop the quality of excellence, which cannot simply be taught, but comes by integrity and revelation.
In order to become excellent, we must engage, seek absence, be full of awe, be selfless, and be compassionate.
I am grateful that my time here at Brigham Young University helped me understand the metric by which I could measure the high points in my life.
BYU continues to strive for excellence, updating its infrastructure and programs, but maintaining its focus on undergraduate education by study and faith.
In this address to BYU faculty, John S. Tanner encourages all to keep their inner excited amateur alive on the journey toward professional excellence.
President Bateman addresses the challenges and opportunities facing BYU as it moves into the 21st century. He challenges faculty to recommit to excellence.
Stand a little taller, rise a little higher, be a little better. We are of the family of God, with such a tremendous potential for excellence.
In this university address, Todd A. British explains how BYU is continuing its excellence in scholarship, teaching, spirituality, and academics.
True greatness is not a one-time achievement: it requires many correct, everyday choices between good and evil.
Although the world may move further away from moral traditions, we must preserve the culture of the gospel and forsake incorrect traditions.
Good managers produce personal gain and rely on the wisdom of the world, but great leaders build the Lord's kingdom. Leadership relies on God.
Meekness does not oppose boldness. It means to speak up without speaking down. It means to depend upon the Lord. It means to become like the Savior.
You are here to expand your horizons—the horizons of your knowledge. experience, and character. Have the vision and confidence to strive for excellence.
Ernest L. Wilkinson delivers his speech of resignation as president of Brigham Young University, sharing his feelings and words of advice at the occasion.
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We build greatness are faith, education, industry, and cooperation. John A. Widtsoe explains that each cornerstone must be understood through a gospel lens.