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“Success is Doing Ordinary Things Extraordinarily Well.”

 Jim Rohn

“A Person who Never Made a Mistake Never Tried anything New.”

 Albert Einstein

“All you Need in This Life is Ignorance and Confidence, and Then Success is Sure.”

 Mark Twain

“The Way to get Started is to Quit Talking and Begin doing.”

 Walt Disney

“One Secret of Success in Life is for a Man to be Ready for his Opportunity when it Comes.”

 Benjamin Disraeli

“If Everyone is Moving Forward together, then Success Takes Care of itself.”

 Henry Ford

“A Strong, Positive Self-image is The Best Possible Preparation for Success.”

 Joyce Brothers

“If you Really Want to do Something, you'll Find a Way. If you Don't, you'll Find an Excuse.”

 Jim Rohn

“Shallow Men Believe in Luck. Strong Men Believe in Cause and Effect.”

 Ralph Waldo Emerson

“Stop Chasing The Money and Start Chasing The Passion.”

 Tony Hsieh

“It is Hard to Fail, But it is Worse Never to have Tried to Succeed.”

 Theodore Roosevelt

“Never Give in Except to Convictions of Honor and Good Sense.”

 Winston Churchill

“A Successful Man is One who can Lay a Firm Foundation with The Bricks others have Thrown at Him.”

 David Brinkley

“The Ladder of Success is Best Climbed by Stepping on The Rungs of Opportunity.”

 Ayn Rand

“Success is Most often Achieved by those who Don't Know that Failure is Inevitable.”

 Coco Chanel

“A Successful Man is One who Makes more Money than his Wife can Spend. A Successful Woman is One who can Find such a Man.”

 Lana Turner

“Failure is The Condiment that Gives Success its Flavor.” 

 Truman Capote

“He has Achieved Success who has Worked Well, Laughed often, and Loved much.”

 Elbert Hubbard

“Failure is Success in Progress.”

 Albert Einstein

“For Success, Attitude is Equally as Important as Ability.”

 Walter Scott

“Your Success and Happiness Lies in you. Resolve to Keep Happy, and your Joy and you shall Form an Invincible Host against Difficulties.”

 Helen Keller

“At The End of The Day, let There be No Excuses, No Explanations, No Regrets.”

 Steve Maraboli

“Success is Not Greedy, as people Think, but Insignificant. That is why it Satisfies Nobody.”

 Lucius Annaeus Seneca

“One Important Key to Success is Self-Confidence. An Important Key to Self-Confidence is Preparation.”

 Arthur Ashe

“Our Greatest Glory is Not in Never Falling, but in Rising every Time we Fall.”

 Confucius

“Success does Not Consist in Never Making Mistakes but in Never Making The Same One a Second Time.”

 George Bernard Shaw

“The only Limit to our Realization of Tomorrow will be our Doubts of Today.”

 Franklin D. Roosevelt

“Judge Your Success by what You had to Give up in Order to Get it.”

 Dalai Lama

“The Secret to Success is Good Leadership, and Good Leadership is all about Making The Lives of your Team Members or Workers Better.”

 Tony Dungy

“If you have No Critics you’ll Likely have No Success.”

 Malcolm X

“You have to Learn The Rules of The Game. And then You have to Play Better than anyone else.”

 Albert Einstein

“My Powers are Ordinary. Only my Application Brings me Success.”

 Isaac Newton

“In order to Succeed, your Desire for Success should be Greater than your Fear of Failure.” 

 Bill Cosby

“Success Comes from Knowing that you did your Best to Become The Best that you are Capable of Becoming.”

 John Wooden

“I do Not Pray for Success, I ask for Faithfulness.”

 Mother Teresa

“I've Failed Over and Over and Over again in my Life and That is why I Succeed.”

 Michael Jordan

“The Three Great Essentials to Achieve anything Worthwhile are, First, Hard work; Second, Stick-to-itiveness; Third, Common sense.” 

 Thomas A. Edison

“Success is Not The Key to Happiness. Happiness is The Key to Success. If you Love what you are doing, you will be Successful.”

 Albert Schweitzer

“Success is a State of Mind. If you Want Success, Start Thinking of yourself as a Success.”

 Joyce Brothers

“Many of Life’s Failures are People who did Not Realize how Close They were to Success when They Gave up.”

 Thomas A. Edison