“The person who makes a success of living is the one who sees his goal steadily and aims for it unswervingly. That is dedication. ”
― Cecil B. DeMille

“You have had many successes, and you have earned the right to be respected.”
― Lorii Myers, Targeting Success, Develop the Right Business Attitude to be Successful in the Workplace

“Do an evening review at the end of the day to reflect on what went well, and what you’d do differently next time.”
― Marilyn Suttle

“I am learning, and I believe I shall do quite well.”
― Shannon Drake, Reckless

“Ideas and philosophies have a shelf-life. They must be kept fresh and renewed or they will spoil. If left unattended, the same ideas and philosophies that once nourished you and helped you grow can poison you and make you sick. Become aware of new ideas that can refresh your way of life and be open to the fact that your old ideas and philosophies can work for you for some time, but when the shelf-life has passed, those ideas and philosophies could also harm you.”
― Steve Maraboli, Unapologetically You: Reflections on Life and the Human Experience

“No matter what the industry you choose to ultimately invest all your time and energy in, be sure you’re the owner, founder, and CEO. Remember, if you don’t own it, you can’t control it nor can you depend on it.”
― Brandi L. Bates, Moonshine For The Soul: A Path to Strength, Wisdom, Growth, Health & Happiness

“One person’s success doesn’t take away from your own.”
― Jeremy Piven

“[T]he concern of man is not his future but his present, not the world but his soul. We must be just, we must strive, we must engage ourselves with the business of the world for our own sake, because through that, and through contemplation in equal measure, our soul is purified and brought closer to the divine. … Thought and deed conjoined are crucial. … The attempt must be made; the outcome is irrelevant. Right action is a pale material reflection of the divine, but reflection it is, nonetheless. Define your goal and exert reason to accomplish it by virtuous action; successs or failure is secondary.”
― Iain Pears, The Dream of Scipio

One Person’s Success Doesn’t Take Away From Your Own