Often times, we get confused by the saying “never give up” and we tend to repeat actions that don’t work for our given narrative. We become trapped in a vicious and unproductive cycle.
We must understand that it is in our failures that the steps of success are being created as we move on to the next actions until success is met. The moving forward is key to the saying “never give up “.
“Together, one mind, one life (one small step at a time), let’s see how many people (and lives) we can encourage, impact, empower, enrich, uplift and perhaps even inspire to reach their fullest potentials.”
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On the days we all experience at one time or another, when one hundred and one things have to be attended to immediately, if not sooner, try keeping the following words in mind:
“The shortest way to do many things is to do only one thing at once.”
Written by Samuel Smiles, a doctor, writer and social reformer. He was born in Haddington (my hometown), Scotland in 1812. His book, Self-Help, was published in 1859 and was a best seller book, selling a 1/4 million copies, to the British public.
In the book, he proposes knowledge as one of the highest human enjoyments and education as the somewhat erratic road along which knowledge is acquired. Where education was not provided, a man had a duty to educate himself.
Self-Help is, among other things, a primer for the poor in self-education and upward mobility: even those at…