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|They know how to turn a failure into a success. For John ... Every failure is a step |
to success. We climb over the ruins of failures to reach out to success. The seed
of success is contained even in the most bitter and crushing failure. Only a man ...
|All men can tell us something about purposes. One can tell us of ... men can |
instruct. The successful man can show how his success was realised; the
unsuccessful can reveal the causes of his failure. ... Every failure is a step to
success; every ...
|"Failures are with heroic minds the stepping- stones to success." " It is far from |
true, in the progress of knowledge, that after every failure we must recommence
from the beginning. Every failure is a step to success; every detection of what is ...
|FAILURE. — We mount to heaven mostlj on the ruins of our cherished schemes, |
finding our failures were successes.—^. B. Alcott, Every failure is a step to
success ; every detection of what is false directs us toward what is true ; every
|Many a promising reputation has been destroyed by early success. It is far from |
being true, in the progress of knowledge, that after every failure we must
recommence from the beginning. Every failure is a step to success ; every
detection of ...
|Now, when you have a difficult task, and have tried sixty-nine times in vain, try |
again; there is yet hope of success in the seventieth effort. You surely would ...
from the beginning. Every failure is a step to success ; every detection of
|Ralph Waldo Emerson It is the constant and determined effort that breaks down |
resistance and sweeps away all obstacles. — Claude M. Bristol Every failure is a
step to success. Commit yourself to a dream. Nobody who tries to do something ...
|The road to success is built on failures. The successful person uses each failure |
as a steppingstone. Every failure is one step closer to success. Many people do
not succeed because they stop right before the prize is theirs. The key to success
|He had chalked up more home runs than any other baseball player—a record |
that stood until Hank Aaron surpassed it in 1974. ... Edison quipped, “I exhausted
the possibilities of failure! ... He saw every failure as a step on the road to success