Five motivation tips from the masters.
By Sandi Smith, CPA
Here are a few of the best lessons I’ve received from the masters. Although tried and true, their stories and hardships keep me energized, upbeat, and thinking bigger.
1. Don’t give up
- Thomas Edison performed 10,000 experiments before he discovered the light bulb. Friends asked him what he would carry on after getting no results. Edison said, “I got lots of results. I haven’t failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that don’t work.”
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