Decision – will determine your success

Nothing in the world can take place of perseverance. Talent will not; Nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius does not want; Unrewarded genius is almost a term. Education alone will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Perseverance and only one are almighty. The slogan "press" has solved and will always solve the problems of humanity.

– Calvin Coolidge

Of all the talents and talents hidden within you, it's your decision that sets you apart from others. You must visualize yourself to achieve your goals and leave nothing in your way.

The desire for success that burns you must be stronger than windy disappointment. Giving up is easy, but within you adds the strength needed to overcome obstacles.

You must continue running the race, even when others around you start attracting and giving up. Anyone can start the race, but only the winner ends. You hang there because your winner makes it to the end.

Every time you experience a shock, take a lesson to help you change my course. Performing the same actions returns the same results; Therefore, you need to configure actions to improve your performance.

Instead of allowing shocks to deter you, use them to absorb wisdom for the future. Decide to change any event that happens to me in a lesson. The more you learn, the more you grow, the closer you get to your goals.

Your unstoppable attitude becomes contagious. When people are around you, they will light that shine in you and be inspired in your presence.

More responsibility will get you started, because people will start to trust you more, because they know that when you put your heart and mind something, you continue to believe. It is your commitment and honesty that will lift you up to the crowds.

Today, choose to be a stable attitude and turn any situation you are experiencing in a learning experience that you enjoy useful knowledge of. Regardless of what's going on, choose to proceed toward your goals.

It's not that i'm so smart it's just that I'm having trouble anymore. – Albert Einstein


Answer these questions:

1. How can you change recent disappointments in a useful learning experience?
2. Is an old commitment you have left?
3. What interference can you eliminate to review your goals?


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