Monday, June 9, 2003
When you’ve achieved success, keep going. The worst thing you can do with an accomplishment is to let it stop you. When you’ve experienced failure, keep going. You’ve learned what doesn’t work and that is a valuable part of discovering what does work.
When you feel discouraged and disappointed, keep going. Your persistent efforts and your actions will greatly boost your confidence. When you feel like you’re on top of the world, keep going. Make use of what you’ve achieved to create even more value for your world.
When you can’t decide what to do, pick one of the alternatives and keep going. By taking action, you’ll know soon enough whether or not you’re headed in the right direction.
Every day life is injected with a fresh dose of wonder and opportunity. The way to experience the best of it is to face confidently ahead and keep going.
Ralph MarstonA matter of opinion Imperfections
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