You can! Nothing is impossible
Chapter 2: Nothing is impossible
As long as you have faith in yourself
and a will to strive tirelessly,
all your dreams will come true. – Frank lloyd Wright
If you try without losing anything,
on the contrary,
reap more success,
then try at all costs! – Napoleon Hill
– Knowing what to expect to win
or achieve the goal you set is extremely important.
Usually, if you want to win,
you won’t be afraid to overcome difficulties.
Those who aspire to win will continue
to take the necessary steps firmly
and never give up in the face of a difficult situation.
– It will be easier for you to succeed
if you first know what you want.
Then you must have a specific action plan.
You may not have the answers to all your questions in the beginning,
but don’t let that stop you
from making your journey to success. — Don M. Green,
Danny Kaye once said:
“Life is a wide canvas and you should paint in all the colors you can.”
Indeed, you are the artist who decides the content
as well as the colors in your life picture.
How that picture becomes,
bright or dark,
is up to you.
You can turn your life around the way you want.
If you compare your life to a business,
all the “stocks” of that “business” belong to you.
You are the general manager of that “business”.
Nothing can stop your progress
if your desire for success is really strong.
Difficulties or failures are just obstacles
that life wants to test your will and perseverance.
Therefore, do not pay attention to the harsh criticism
or subjective judgment of those around you.
Your worth is measured
by the useful actions you have done for yourself, for life.
Today is the result of what is done according to the plan of the day,
and tomorrow will start from today.
Live life to the fullest in the present
so that you don’t regret what you’ve gone through or wasted.
With your self-sacrifice, perseverance,
tireless determination and self-control,
you will surely succeed.
You are the master of your own destiny.
Nothing is impossible!
“When I had money everyone called me brother.” – Polish proverb