Once when I was a teenager I set a goal to swim across Chautauqua Lake in Western NY. It was a 3-mile swim and several friends had done it. It was a lot harder than I thought with the waves beating you up. Eventually I was exhausted and told the guys in the boat beside me to haul me in. They kept encouraging me saying you are almost there. But I gave up. When I got in the boat I was stunned to see that I was only about 50 yards from shore. I could have made it. It taught me a great lesson about persistence. If it is a worthwile goal, never give up!
In the book “Shark Tank-Jump Start Your Business” Robert Herjavec is quoted as follows: “Cash is the lifeblood of your business. Â There are very few things in business that will
You canât teach people to be passionate, and you canât teach them to be ambitious. They either are or they arenât. But you can give them opportunities to grow and