Monday, March 21, 2011
Attitude for 21st of March 2011
“What counts is not necessarily the size of the dog in the fight – it’s the size of the fight in the dog” by Dwight Eisenhower.
Enthusiasm, determination and a decision to fight till the end for a cause is the key to succeed in your endeavors. Not talented, gifted, smart, rich, prestigious and etc. make changes happen, but those that do not give up on their goals and go after them at any cost. I do not mean opportunism or climbing over other people heads. I simply mean a mental attitude of a victor. All inventors that have ever lived had this attitude. Inventions do not happen by chance. Occasionally it may look that they do, but any invention is a result of long searches, attempts, failures and new ways of trying to find the solution to a problem.
When it finally comes it may look as some good luck, but it is not. Winning a lottery is a good luck, achieving something in life is an attitude backed up by a lot of action to achieve a goal. So, do not worry about your ‘size’. Worry about the size of fight in your soul, because this kind of size determines what kind of life you are going to have and how much you are going to achieve in life.
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