|Author:||John Kupillas,Robert M. Unger|
|Publisher:||Fleming H Revell Co (October 1, 1994)|
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Robert M. Unger (Author), John H. Kupillas (Author). The first chapter establishes the theme, "you are responsible for your success: America doesn't owe you a living. Another familiar thought to readers of Dr. Peale's materials is found in their observation, "We know that whatever the conscious mind accepts as true and chooses to believe, the subconscious will be driven to achieve" (p. 34). A pithy statement on perserverance is made on page 45, "In the end, tenacity, not talent, determines success.
In his typically candid style, Richard St. John reminds us that success is not a one-way street, but a constant journey
In his typically candid style, Richard St. John reminds us that success is not a one-way street, but a constant journey. Why do so many people reach success and then fail? One of the big reasons is, we think success is a one-way street. So we do everything that leads up to success, but then we get there. We figure we've made it, we sit back in our comfort zone, and we actually stop doing everything that made us successful. And it doesn't take long to go downhill
In our opinion that would be a poor choice. 17 Quotes About Living a Beautiful Life ‘Life is short, and it is up to you to make it sweet.
Success is the continual unfolding of the design of our life and pulling it off. That’s what success is. Being successful in whatever you want to do that makes sense to you, for you and your family. In our opinion that would be a poor choice. Now you can do it, but some things are poor tradeoffs.