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Never Give Up

Never Never Never Give Up

Abraham Lincoln

  • 1816 – Family was forced out of home, and he had to work to support them
  • 1818 – His mother died
  • 1831 – Failed in business
  • 1832 – Lost election for legislature
  • 1832 – Lost his job
  • 1832 – Wanted to go to law school but couldn’t get in
  • 1833 – Began a business and went bankrupt, spent next 17 years paying off the debt
  • 1835 – Sweetheart died
  • 1836 – Nervous breakdown
  • 1838 – Sought to become speaker of legislature and was defeated
  • 1843 – Defeated for Congress
  • 1848 – Defeated for re-election to Congress
  • 1849 – Rejected for job of land officer
  • 1854 – Defeated for US Senate
  • 1856 – Defeated for Vice President
  • 1858 – Defeated for US Senate
  • 1860 – Elected President of the United States

Lesson: Never Loose Hope & Never Quit Trying.

See the Brighter Side of Things

“We can complain because rose bushes have thorns, or rejoice because thorn bushes have roses.”

                                   Constantly Improve

  “The way for a young man to rise is to improve himself in every way he can…”

If you improve everyday, imagine the improvements you could make over the course of 20 years. You could become successful “in-just-about” any field in 20 years. You can make a significant impact on the world in 20 years! Remember, slow and steady wins the race; Rome was not built in a day. Work to get a little better everyday, and it time, you will accomplish your dreams.


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