Can we STOP promoting Failure like its a Flipping trophy of pride

Ok please for the love of GOD can we STOP promoting Failure like it’s a Flipping trophy of pride.

Yes, successful people most have failed many times but eventually made it. They focus on the goal, not the failure or how they recovered from the failure. They focused on the GOAL.

I’ll have an CAD monkey please

A tourist walked into a pet shop and was looking at the animals on display. While he was there, another customer walked in and said to the shopkeeper, “I’ll have an CAD monkey please.” The shopkeeper nodded, went over to a cage at the side of the...

If you are a shepherd, be the best and you may live to own the flock

If you are a shepherd, be the best and you may live to own the flock. One of the most wonderful things about life is that we are all unique with different levels of intelligence, interests, aptitudes, and desires. How dreadfully dull it would be if we all wanted to be nuclear physicists — or bakers. But, regardless of the gifts we may have received at birth and whichever skills we may have since developed,

If you want to worst hosting experience of your life, please signup @site5 site.com

If you want to worst hosting experience of your life, please signup @site5 site.com. please see the picture of the countless attempts to reach anyone in billing, sales, tech support, to down grade my vps. Then when no response at all for weeks I tried canceling. Instead of canceling my account they continued to bill me. Still now after 6 weeks no one has responded.

The worst thing about worry is that it attracts a whole flock of relatives

Worries, like sheep, seem to flock together. One worry leads to another, and soon you are overwhelmed with the potential for problems. When you allow yourself to play the “what if?” game — to speculate about additional problems that one potential problem might cause — worries multiply, each making the next seem worse.

Great achievement is born of a struggle

Great achievement is born of a struggle Our strength grows out of our weakness, said Ralph Waldo Emerson. “Not until we are pricked and stung and sorely shot at, awakens the indignation which arms itself with secret forces.” Strife and struggle can inspire you to...

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