You Become What You Think About All Day Long!


The chief difference between the man who makes the grade in life and the man who does not,  lies in their thoughts. The person who was a shipping clerk at age eighteen, and is still tying packages and shifting boxes at age fifty-eight, may complain about his hard luck—but generally, he has only himself to blame. The precise reason for his failure lies in his mind; not in his circumstances. He never seriously thought of himself as being anything but a shipping clerk. Of course, he would have liked to own the business that employed him or to gain wealth in some other way. But he never held such thoughts earnestly or kept them steadfast in mind. Had he been seriously dissatisfied, had he converted his discontent into constructive channels, there is little doubt that he would have amounted to something. Shakespeare’s memorable lines place the responsibility where it belongs: “The fault, dear Brutus, lies not in our stars, but in ourselves that we are underlings.” ~ Robert Collier

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