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|I always felt that I hadn't achieved what I wanted to achieve. I always felt that I |
could get better. That's the whole incentive. Even today, I still think I can get better
. I'll never be satisfied. — Virginia Wade Complacency doesn't get us anywhere.
|The Lord doesn't always choose men for what they are, but for what they can |
become. - Unknown, Source I always felt that I hadn't achieved what I wanted to
achieve. I always felt I could get better. That's the whole incentive. - Wade,
Virginia If ...
|This intense new novel follows a middle-aged man as he contends with a past he has never much thought about—until his closest childhood friends return with a vengeance, one of them from the grave, another maddeningly present.|
|Virginia Wade Champion tennis player T always felt that I hadn't achieved what I |
wanted to achieve. I always felt I could get better. That's the whole incentive."
Mary Lou Retton Gymnast, Olympic gold medalist "I like added pressure. It makes
|She knew that there was always a risk when someone was planning changes |
like this that the counsellor would be ... to do it had to be something that she
herself owned and felt was realistic and felt that it could begin to make a
difference. ... 'Mhmm.' 'But that's the whole point of all of this, isn't it? ... 'I don't get
on them much these days, I don't want to know. ... or feeling deserving of a
reward because of what you have achieved, or maybe your reward could be
something other than food.
|We both felt that Georgie was at an age that she would benefit from having a |
brother or sister, and when it happened ... That's how it goes. ... The doctor told us
that she couldn't find anything and that basically the baby hadn't formed. ... that
out and then maybe stop playing altogether at a time when I will hopefully have
achieved everything I could have wanted to. ... I have always trained hard, but
these days I pay more attention than ever to looking after my body, eating the
right things ...
|He was a little disappointed with Ferguson, who'd always given him the |
impression he'd consider it a lack of winning ... Ferguson admitted he just hadn't
been able to see any way United could get back into the match; in other words he
'd all but ... The big Dane hoped he'd made him realise that it was worth taking
chances if you're good enough and the stakes are sky-high. ... He had to
persuade the players to talk to the waiting press when all he really wanted to do
was cry with them.
|The good, the bad and the ugly When I originally designed this question, I hadn't |
expected to find out so much about the ... It was a little bittersweet but I realised
when I got close to the end of the interviews, we had come full circle. ... Dr
Peabody told me lots of children break their arms and he always thought of little
songs which he sang and in a ... With the older book children, I felt as though I
had the privilege of catching them in mid stride as they walked away ... That's
|At 46, Kudlow had achieved the kind of success and overclass connectedness |
that generally enabled men like him to ... But who can say no to the Times? ... and
he does so with confidence and a real feel of reliability," says William Buckley, his
friend and, for fifteen months, employer. ... Segal, a veteran Democratic campaign
consultant, hadn't seen Kudlow in the nearly ten years since they had been ...
Kudlow, through his wife, says Suisman had always known he had to leave early.
|Gently, then, Bob pulled away, till he felt the stone dangling close to the bar |
across which the string lay, then he let it suddenly ... and remained immovable
when Bob had tried his whole weight upon it, in a rather rude fashion, two or
three times. ... of feeling that he was achieving something that would be narrated
at certain places in London with immense enjoyment, ... cowardliness and
unwillingness to earn the share he was always so ready to claim after success
had been achieved.