Fear Of Failure

“There is only one thing that makes a dream impossible to achieve: the fear of failure.”

-Paulo Coelho



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The Success System That Never Fails

W. Clement Stone  – The Success System That Never Fails (1962)


“Success is achieved by those who try and keep trying. Where there is nothing to lose by trying and everything to gain by trying, by all means try.”

“When thoughts don’t neutralize am undesirable emotion, action will.”

“Time is one of the most important ingredients in any successful formula for any human activity. Save time, invest it wisely.”

“The system works if you work the system.”

“For continuous success you must get ready for tomorrow, to get ready for tomorrow you must be a self-builder.”

“Thinking will not overcome fear but action will.”

“It takes willpower to take inventory of yourself daily.”

“Build your own life. Be a benefit to yourself and all of mankind.”

“Regardless of who you are or what you have been, you can be what you want to be.”

“The hero who became a success because he was a man of character.”

“It takes less work to succeed than it does to fail.”

“Realize when you have reached a peak. Ask advice from the person who can help you.”

“Do what you are afraid to do!”

“You must lay a proper foundation for your business before expanding.”

“As we become drunkards by so many individuals drinks, so we become saints, authorities and experts by so many separate acts and hours of work.”

“Have the courage to say no! Have the courage to face the truth. Do the right thing because it is right. Do it now!”

“Develop your own self-motivators.”

“Think first and the job is half done.”

“When you share the remainder multiplies and grows.”

“Help people help themselves.”

“To every problem there is a satisfactory solution, but one must try to solve the problems with the right mental attitude.”

“There is something more to life than business and making money.”

“Be a builder of men.”

“The purpose of working a problem is to learn the principle.”

“Honorable citizens are made; not born.”


 

 

 

Sigmund Freud – On Dreams

Sigmund Freud

“What is common in all of these dreams is obvious. They completely satisfy wishes excited during the day which remain unrealized. They are simply undisguisedly realizations of wishes.”

“An idea merely existing in the region of possibility is replaced by a vision of its accomplishment.”

“We have learned that the most intelligible and meaningful dreams are unrealized desires.