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Ladder of Achievement

                    100%-I did.

                  90%-I will.

                80%-I can.

              70%-I think I can.

            60%-I might.

          50%-I think I might.

        40%-What is it?

      30%-I wish I could.

    20%-I don’t know how.

  10%-I can’t.

0%-I won’t.

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Today’s Quote: Zane Grey

“To bear up under loss;
To fight the bitterness of defeat and the weakness of grief;
To be victor over anger;
To smile when tears are close;
To resist disease and evil men and base instincts;
To hate hate and to love love;
To go on when it would seem good to die;
To look up with unquenchable faith in something ever more about to be.
That is what any man can do, and be great.”

 

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Today’s Quote: William Osler

“Throw away all ambition beyond that of doing the day’s work well. The travelers on the road to success live in the present, heedless of taking thought for the morrow. Live neither in the past nor in the future, but let each day’s work absorb your entire energies …”

 

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Today’s Quote: Ralph W. Sockman

“There are parts of a ship which taken by themselves would sink. The engine would sink. The propeller would sink. But when the parts of a ship are built together, they float. So with the events of my life. Some have been tragic. Some have been happy. But when they are built together, they form a craft that floats and is going someplace. And I am comforted.”

 

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Today’s Quote: Eleanor Roosevelt

“All human beings have failings, all human beings have needs and temptations and stresses. Men and women who live together through long years get to know one another’s failings; but they also come to know what is worthy of respect and admiration in those they live with and in themselves. If at the end one can say, “This man used to the limit the powers that God granted him; he was worthy of love and respect and of the sacrifices of many people, made in order that he might achieve what he deemed to be his task,” then that life has been lived well and there are no regrets.”