Success: Wear it Like a Second Skin

Written by Shery Ma Belle Arrieta

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Take a look at allrepparttar successful people you know. How do they act? How do they carry themselves? How do they speak? And most importantly, how do you think they dealt with failure before they becamerepparttar 123904 success they are now?

You don't have to have Einstein's IQ to figure out that they wouldn't be successful people today if they folded and got discouraged by their failed attempts, or if they stopped doing what they were doing because they didn't think any of their small successes were significant enough.

Success, even if it is small, is still success.

So wear success like a second skin and each of your small successes will build up into bigger ones!

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Written by Craig Lock

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Now for some examples of famous achievers, who refused to quit...

R.H Macy failed 7 times, before his store in New York caught on.

English novelist John Creasey got 753 rejection slips before he published 564 books.

Baseball legend, Babe Ruth struck out 1,330 times; but he also hit 714 home runs.

So don't worry about failure. Worry aboutrepparttar chances you miss, when you don't even try.

Abraham Lincoln didn't quit. He once wrote:

"The sense of obligation to continue is present in all of us. A duty to strive isrepparttar 123903 duty of us all. I feel a call to that duty." - Abraham Lincoln

"The path was worn and slippery. My foot slipped out from under me, knockingrepparttar 123904 other out ofrepparttar 123905 way, but I recovered and said to myself, 'It's a slip and not a fall.'" Lincoln spoke these inspiring words after losing a senate race. He never quit...and so won't I.

Will YOUR name be mentioned some day as not being a "quitter", who overcame almost insurmountable obstacles?

Will YOU quit, whatever you are doing...if you really believe in your "unique calling" - a tribute torepparttar 123906 power of persistance and faith?


Craig Lock

"Every man has his own destiny;repparttar 123907 only imperative is to follow it, no matter where it leads him." - Henry Miller

"It is notrepparttar 123908 critic who counts, notrepparttar 123909 man who points out how repparttar 123910 strong man strumbles, or whererepparttar 123911 doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs torepparttar 123912 man, who is actually inrepparttar 123913 arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly, who errs and comes short again and again because there is no effort without error and shortcomings, who knowsrepparttar 123914 great devotion, who spends himself in a worthy cause, who at best knows inrepparttar 123915 endrepparttar 123916 high achievement of triumph and who at worst, if he fails while daring greatly, knows his place shall never be with those timid and cold souls who know neither victory nor defeat."

- Theodore Roosevelt

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