Henry David Thoreau, John C. Broderick, Robert Sattelmeyer - 2000 - 480 pages
|Whether passed on a bed of sickness or a tented field-it is ever the same fair play|
-and admits no foolish distinction. Despair & postponement are Cowardice &
defeat. Men were born to succeed not to fail. J. Farmer saw a phoebe today- They
|Getting in Touch with Your Inner Shark Sharkie Zartman. Shark. Sense. Twelve: |
Sharks. Do. Not. Experience. Self-Doubt. Human Translation: Confidence Opens
Doors Men are born to succeed, not fail.—Henry David Thoreau. Full-time.
|Men were born to succeed not to fail” (Journal 6 23). Thoreau's admiration for “|
the good businessman” also characterizes, I would argue, such an ideal author:
he is, in Judith Saunders's words, “responsible attentive, accountable. He keeps
|In this tradition. In The Greatest Salesman In The World is destined to influence countless lives. Here is the legend of Hafid, a camel boy of two thousand years ago, and his burning desire to improve his lowly position in life.|
|... can afford to be just to all men, and to treat the individual with respect as a |
neighbor; which even would not think it inconsistent with its own repose if a few
went to live aloof from it, ... Thoreau, Henry David We were born to succeed, not
|No young man will ever succeed who will not cultivate a thinking mind. ... They |
had not only his experience, but the benefit of his great wealth; he succeeded
without either—they failed with both; he was obliged to ... dark unfathomed caves
of ocean bear; Full many a flower is born to blush unseen, And Economy of Time.
Luther Strong - 2004 - 88 pages
|The Extrovert is the “natural born salesperson” type. He (or she) is not completely |
happy unless mingling with people, talking with them and trying to convince them
of one thing or another. The extrovert will stop work anytime for a cup of coffee, ...
|As the insignia of a "dashing" temperament, "business man" touted mettle, not |
morals. ... Men succeed or fail . . . not from accident or external surroundings," a
Massachusetts newspaper reiterated in 1856, but from "possessing or wanting
|God's Word says, "Blessed is the man whose sins are covered". Get happy, you'|
re covered! Get up! Get going! You're going through this life and be happy
knowing you cannot fail! Born to succeed, born to win, born to love and be loved.