It ain’t what you eat, but the way you chew it.
Delbert McClinton

My only hope lies in my despair
Jean Racine

In war there is no substitute for victory
Douglas MacArthur

To appreciate heaven, ’tis good for a man to have some fifteen minutes of hell
Will Carleton

Success generally depends on knowing how long it takes to succeed
Montesquieu

If at first you don’t succeed, you are running about average
M. H. Alderson

In order to win you must be prepared to lose sometime. And leave one or two cards showing
Van Morrison

The minute you start talking about what you’re going to do if you lose, you have lost.
George Schultz

By indignities men come to dignities
Francis Bacon

A strong and well-constituted man digests his experiences (deeds and misdeeds all included) just as he digests his meats, even when he has some tough morsels to swallow.”
Friedrich Nietzsche

Rge only place where success comes before work is in the dictionary
Vidal Sassoon

It’s a little like wrestling a gorilla. You don’t quit when you’re tired-you quit when the gorilla is tired.
Robert Strauss

Facts do not cease because they are ignored
Aldous Huxley

If you don’t do it excellently, don’t do it at all. Because if it’s not excellent, it won’t be profitable or fun, and if you’re not in business for fun or profit, what the hell are you doing there?
Robert Townsend

You have to perform at a consistently higher level than other. That’s the mark of a true professional.
Joe Paterno

He who stops being better stops being good
Oliver Cromwell

You cannot manage men into battle. You manage things; you lead people
Grace Murray Hopper

It’s what you learn after you know it all that counts
John Wooden

He that will not apply new remedies must expect new evils
Francis Bacon

Don’t brood on what’s past, but don’t forget it either
Thomas H. Raddal

Some of us are like wheelbarrows-only useful when pushes, and very easily upset
Jack Herbert

The object of war is not to die for your country, but to make the other bastard die for his
General George Patton

Fortune favors the bold
Virgil

Impossible is a word to be foundonly in the dictionary of fools
Napoleon Bonaparte

The uncommitted life isn’t worth living
Marhsall Fishwick

Great ideas need landing gear as well as wings
C.O. Jackson

A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds
Francis Bacon

It is a rough road that leads to the heights of greatness
Seneca

I may not be the lion, but it was left to me to giv the lion’s roar
Winston Churchill

A president is constantly on top of events or, if he hesitates, events will soon be on top of him. I never felt that I could let up for a single moment
Harry Truman

The privlege of a lifetime is being who you are
Joseph Campbell

A man is not old until regrets take the place of dreams
John Barrymore

Success is never final
Winsron Churchill

Nothing so fatiguing as the eternal hanging on of an uncompleted task
William Jones

Even if you’re on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there
Will Rogers

Everybody wants to go to heaven, but nobody wants to die
Joe Louis

Character is destiny
Heraclitus

Between two evils, I always pick the one I never tried before
Mae West

The first and great commandment is, Don’t let them scare you
Elmer Davis

You’ve got to sing
Like you don’t need the money.
You’ve got to love
Like you’ll never get hurt.
You’ve got to dance
Like there’s nobody watching
You’ve got to come from the heart
If you want it to work
Susanna Clark

Give what you have. To someone, it may be better than you dare to think.
Longfellow

Being on the tightrope is living; everything else is waiting
Karl Wallenda

You can become a winner only if you are willing to walk over the edge
Damon Runyon

To be prepared is half the victory
Miguel Cervantes

One man with courage makes a majority
Andrew Jackson

You need to play with supreme confidence, or else you’ll lose again, and then losing becomes a habit
Joe Paterno

I’m a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work, the more I have it
Thomas Jefferson

I would sooner fail than not be among the greatest
John Keats

Fate leads him who follow it, and drags him who resists
Plutarch

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