This post is a bit different. It's inspired by a quote I came across this week. It's not often that I read something that resonates so deeply with me. So when I read this, I knew I had to share this with you.
The quote is from a speech with the title "Citizenship in a Republic" given by Theodore Roosevelt, former President of the United States, at the Sorbonne in Paris, France, on April 23, 1910.
The quote is quite a mouthful, so if I were you, I'd find a quiet place, relax, read it a few times and reminisce on how you relate to it.
- If you challenge the status quo - you will always have critics. If no one criticizes you, you're probably just doing what everyone else is doing
- It's never easy doing anything meaningful
- Failing multiple times is part of the process
- Even if you never succeed, at least you know you tried
- Some people spend their entire lives, never winning or losing, going through the motions and living a mediocre life - which in my opinion is a failure
Successful people do the things unsuccessful people don't want to do!
Share the love
If you liked this post, please pay it forward by sharing it with a friend, and subscribe if you haven't yet!