Quotes about Achievement

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When you lower the definition of success to such a level that any person can reach it, you don’t teach people to have big dreams; Instead, you inspirit mediocrity and nurture people’s inadequacies.

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Let today be the day that you become committed in being, in doing, in getting, achieving, in experiencing. Let today be the day that you are committed to being the change you wish to see and living the life you wish to live.

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True success is a silence inner process that can empower the mind, heart and soul through strong aspiration for great achievement.

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The greatest single achievement of nature to date was surely the invention of the molecule DNA.

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If high aspirations = high fear, overcoming high fear = achieving high aspirations.

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The measure of a society is not only what it does but the quality of its aspirations.

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The human worker will go the way of the horse.
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Each step of your current journey will take you to new and interesting worlds of opportunity and as every intrepid explorer knows, when one visits strange new lands one must be aware of their customs.

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Our shortcomings drive us, motivate us – to work harder or realize another purpose/talent.

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Diligence and attention soon gave him the knack of it, and he strode down the street with his mouth full of harmony and his soul full of gratitude. He felt much as an astronomer feels who has discovered a new planet—no doubt, as far as strong, deep, unalloyed pleasure is concerned, the advantage was with the boy, not the astronomer.

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Money can buy some things to create happiness, but it can never buy happiness.

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How you try is more important than how hard you try.

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We feel happy when we accomplish something great, and our hearts filled with satisfaction about what we achieved
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We like to stress the commonness of heroes. Essences seem undemocratic. We feel oppressed by the call to greatness. We regard an interest in glory or perfection as a sign of mental unhealthiness, and have decided that high achievers, who are called overachievers, owe their surplus ambition to a defect in mothering (either too little or too much). We want to admire but think we have a right not to be intimidated. We dislike feeling inferior to an ideal. So away with ideals, with essences. The only ideals allowed are healthy ones -- those everyone may aspire to, or comfortably imagine oneself possessing.

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There is one other error in the Gondsman's line of resoning, I believe, on ap urely emotional level. If machines replace achievement, then to what will people aspire? And who are we, truly, without such goals?
Beware the engineers of society, I say, who would make everyone in all the world equal. Opportunity should be equal, must be equal, but achievement must remain individual.

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Credentials are like potential energy, the compliments of a name on paper, in documents, word of mouth, but faith is like kinetic energy, the motion and the force that which is witnessed. Hence in the end it is the faith rather than the credentials that really takes you places.

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But why diminish your soul being run-of-the-mill at something? Mediocrity: now there is ugliness for you. Mediocrity's a hairball coughed up on the Persian carpet of Creation.

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Don’t ever perceive other people’s success as your own failure.