There are three classes of people in this world: the “I will’s”, and the “I won’ts” and the “I can’t's”. The first accomplish everything, the second oppose everything and the third fail in everything.
Thinking well is wise; planning well, wiser; doing well wisest and best of all.
The way to avoid mistakes is to gain experience. The way to gain experience is to make mistakes.
The hopeful man sees success where others see failure, sunshine where others see shadows and storm.
The game of life is not so much in holding a good hand as playing a poor hand well.
Three men were laying bricks, the first men was asked,”What are you doing?” He answered,”Laying some bricks.” The second man was asked,”What are you working for?” He answered,”Five dollars a day.” The third man was asked,”What are you doing?” He answered,”I am helping to build a great temple.” Which man are you?
We will either find a way, or make one.
The fellow who never makes a mistake takes his orders from one who does.
The essence of success is that it is never necessary to think of a new idea oneself. It is far better to wait until somebody else does it, and then to copy him in every detail, except his mistakes.
When the load feels heavy, it’s a sign you’re climbing.
The man who really wants to do something finds a way, the other kind finds an excuse.
The power that signals success is a power of your thinking and doing.