Monday, December 22, 2008


"You must be porous to hear the chorus that calls some to greatness. Those who can't ignore its chant, being deaf to music."

Greatness is so easy that everyone desires it. At least that's what we are often made to think. Yet few things are harder, save failure, which is why endurance matters. Without it, we are out-witted by some and out-waited by others. Of course, it requires more than wit or waiting to win; but without these we clip our wings. With them, however, we can adjust as go until we know for cetain how to accomplish. Otherwise, I would be famous by now. That's what I've said after having written fourteen books. Even so, I've chosen to ignore failure and endure greatness until it comes. For me, that means becoming a bestselling author and speaker. Anything less is unacceptable.

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