Success: Wear it Like a Second Skin

Written by Shery Ma Belle Arrieta

10, 20 or 30 e-zine subscription requests in one day.

500 unique visits to your web site last week.

12 fulfilled orders in two days.

8 people signed up under you in an affiliate program you advertised in an e-zine.

A $39 check this month from one ofrepparttar affiliate program you joined two months ago.

Your article published in an e-zine with over 5,000 readers.

What do these examples have in common?

The answer -- they're allrepparttar 123904 faces of success. Sure,repparttar 123905 numbers are small, but hey, success doesn't have to be in large numbers or very big to be called a "success."

Success is a relative word and a relative experience. It's like a piece of clothing or an accessory -- either you wear it well or you don't.

And onrepparttar 123906 Internet, if you want to achieverepparttar 123907 goals you've set for yourself, you have got to wear success well.


Written by Craig Lock

A collection of thoughts and quotations compiled by Craig Lock (in 1994), that have inspired him in his quest and "mission".

"What you ARE is as important as what you do."

"Who you are speaks so loudly I can't hear what you're saying." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

"People who say it cannot be done should not interrupt those who are doing it." - anon

"Whether you think you can or think you can't, you're right." - Henry Ford

"Never ever give up - never" - Winston Churchill No matter what path you are on, people (often well-meaning) will not understand and will criticise you. Are you strong enough to handlerepparttar critics?

Passionate people, who live their dreams, embrace what they love and never give up. They overcome many (and often seemingly insurmountable) obstacles onrepparttar 123903 path to success in pursuing their life vision.

"Obstacles cannot crush me; every obstacle yields to stern resolve." - Leonardo Da Vinci

"Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes offrepparttar 123904 goal."

- Henry Ford

"We who lived inrepparttar 123905 concentration camps can rememberrepparttar 123906 men who walked throughrepparttar 123907 huts comforting others, giving away their last piece of bread. They may have been few in number, but they offer sufficient proof, that everything can be taken away from a man but one thing: The last of his freedoms - to choose one's attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one's own way." - Viktor E. Frankl in his book, 'Man's Search for Meaning' *


You've failed many times; although you may not remember.

* Didn't you fall downrepparttar 123908 first time you tried to walk? (What would you have done, if your dear mom had given up on you ever walking as a baby). No, she waited patiently for you to take those first tentative steps.

* You almost drownedrepparttar 123909 first time you tried to swim, didn't you?

* Did you hitrepparttar 123910 ballrepparttar 123911 first time you swung a bat? Heavy hitters,repparttar 123912 ones who strikerepparttar 123913 most home runs, also strike out a lot.

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