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|Tales of adventures and details of inventions assure us that men — you and we |
are born to succeed. In our initial efforts, we may fail, but like the spider of the
story of — The king and the spider — we are bound to succeed in case we do not
|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.
|3. Take care that you never spell a word wrong Thomas Jefferson once told his |
daughter. Always before you write a word, consider how it is spelled, and, if you
do not remember, turn to a dictionary 4. Men are born to succeed, not fail Henry ...
|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
|After quoting Thoreau's axiom that men were born to succeed, not fail, the old |
man would beautifully mimic Moss's precise British accent to make the point that
man could accomplish any goal if he were willing to pay the price. He 'would
|Thoreau, Henry David You must get your living by loving, or at least half your life |
is a failure. - Thoreau, Henry David We were born to succeed, not to fail. -
Thoreau, Henry David We must walk consciously only part way toward our goal,
|It revealed a man's inability to achieve or sustain a venturous mode of living. ... “|
Men succeed or fail . . . not from accident or external surroundings,” a
Massachusetts newspaper reiterated in 1856, but from “possessing or wanting
the elements ...
|The easiest thing to forget, es pecially when fate has been unkind, is that you |
were born to succeed— not fail. ... The man who guides a pushcart through the
alley to pick up bottles and rags will remain between the shafts of his rickety cart
|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.
|The government is not a neutral arbiter of truth. It never has been. It never will be. Doubt everything. John Stossel does. A self-described skeptic, he has dismantled society’s sacred cows with unerring common sense.|