Failure Is When You Stop Trying To Do Something

Failure Is When You Stop Trying To Do Something

“Success is messy. But so is life. Deal with it. Poverty is messier.”
― James Arthur Ray, Harmonic Wealth: The Secret of Attracting the Life You Want

“Successful people play the part of being successful consistently in all that they do.”
― Lorii Myers, Targeting Success, Develop the Right Business Attitude to be Successful in the Workplace

“Be a life-long learner. Whether you are seeking to achieve peace and harmony, learn a new technology to do your work faster, or design a strategy to blow your competitors out of the water, retraining is a pivotal way to strengthen your knowledge and realize your goals”
― Susan C. Young

“It`s Okay to Play or Work Alone in the Information Age But If We Must Make Headway in this Transformation Age, Collaboration is the Way to Go.”
― Anyaele Sam Chiyson, The Sagacity of Sage

“Failure is when you stop trying to do something.
So, if you want to succeed.
Don’t stop trying.”
― Anthony T. Hincks

“Men’s lives are short .
The hard man and his cruelties will be
Cursed behind his back and mocked in death.
But one whose heart and ways are kind – of him
strangers will bear report to the whole wide world,
and distant men will praise him.

– Penelope in Robert Fitzgerald trans. THE ODYSSEY (364)”
― Robert Fitzgerald, The Odyssey

“Small shifts in your thinking, and small changes in your energy, can lead to massive alterations of your end result.”
― Kevin Michel, Moving Through Parallel Worlds To Achieve Your Dreams

“I was free with every road as my home. No limitations and no commitments. But then summer passed and winter came and I fell short for safety. I fell for its spell, slowly humming me to sleep, because I was tired and small, too weak to take or handle those opinions and views, attacking me from every angle. Against my art, against my self, against my very way of living. I collected my thoughts, my few possessions and built isolated walls around my values and character. I protected my own definition of beauty and success like a treasure at the bottom of the sea, for no one saw what I saw, or felt the same as I did, and so I wanted to keep to myself.
You hide to protect yourself.”
― Charlotte Eriksson, Another Vagabond Lost To Love: Berlin Stories on Leaving & Arriving