Success is failure turned inside out— the silver tint of the clouds of doubt, and you never can tell how close you are, it may be near when it seems afar so stick to the fight when you’re hardest hit— it’s when things seem worst that you mustn’t quit. Out of the class, 73 plan to go directly to a four-year college, 68 will seek an associate degree or attend trade school, 11 of them plan to be teachers and nine plan to enter the military in closing, mccabe told the class to ignore the naysayers and choose to succeed.
Success is failure turned inside out, the silver tint of the clouds of doubt, and you never can tell how close you are, it may be near when it seems afar so stick to the fight when you’re hardest hit, it’s when things seem the worst that you must not quit. Success is failure turned inside out august 12, 2014 by john lamberson 2 comments i was cleaning our sons room the other day when i came across the poem, “don’t quit”.
Results were out, and it showed ‘fail’ for that, you were punished with a ‘jail’ the jail was all made of tears, fears and misfortunes the fear of not understanding the un-flipped pages which could not make a book the tears were for not getting what your friends got, stardom, smiles, contentment and of course bigger pockets. The silver tint inside every struggle you face is the success that is closer than you think during those dark moments of self-doubt you have no way to know just how close you are to gaining the victory.
Success is failure turned inside out– and it’s never to late to turn it inside out tags: dad, fail forward, failing forward, john c maxwell, kim sabatini, kimberly sabatini, success 7 responses | trackback url | comments feed reply at 8:24 am linda grimes said: i love this post so much.
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