10 Inspirational Christian D. Larson Quotes On How To Find Greatness Within

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Christian Daa Larson was an American New Thought leader and teacher, as well as a prolific author of metaphysical and New Thought books.

“It is the greatness of everything in man that gives man the greatness, and the perpetual awakening of the great within will produce this greatness, because to the powers and the possibilities of the great within there is no limit, neither is there any end.”- Christian D. Larson

“To move forward now is the purpose, and he who continue to move forward now will reach any goal he may have in view.”- Christian D. Larson

“To move forward we must advance in the present, in the present only.”- Christian D. Larson

“Development is gradual and does not simply consist in the unfoldment of added power and capacity, but also in the full tangible use of that power and capacity.”- Christian D. Larson

“Never go to bed discouraged, nor with the thought of failure in mind.”- Christian D. Larson

“No person can afford to take a commonplace view of anything, nor to indulge in cheap thinking at any thing; to do so is to place inferior seeds in the garden of the mind.”- Christian D. Larson

“The person who works in the attitude of doubt can never be at his best.”- Christian D. Larson

“Cheerfulness is not only a good medicine, it is food for mind and body.”- Christian D. Larson

“Be good and kind to everybody; it is one of the royal paths to happiness and peace.”- Christian D. Larson

“If you wish your path to be strewn with roses, just be kind.”- Christian D. Larson

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10 Motivational Napoleon Hill Quotes On Failure

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Napoleon Hill was the king of self-help writer. Napoleon Hill was an American self-help author. He is know best for his book Think and Grow Rich which is among the best-selling self-help books of all time.

Here are 10 Napoleon Hill’s quotes, if applied, that will help manage failure:

“Failure brings with it the seed of of an equivalent success.”- Napoleon Hill, Outwitting The Devil

“Failure and temporary defeat are part of the journey to finding true success.”- Napoleon Hill, Outwitting The Devil

“Most real failures are due to limitations which men set up in their minds.”- Napoleon Hill

“Failure is a man-made circumstances. It’s never real until it has been accepted by man as permanent.”- Napoleon Hill

“Failure is a state of mind; therefore, it is something an individual can control until he neglects to exercise this privilege.”- Napoleon Hill

“Failure brings a climax in which one has the privilege of clearing his mind of fear and making a new start in another direction.”- Napoleon Hill

“Failure proves conclusively that something is wrong with one’s aims or the plans by which the object of the aims is sought.”- Napoleon Hill

“Failure … forces people to learn many truths they would never discover without it.”- Napoleon Hill

“Drifting is the most common cause of failure in every walk of life.”- Napoleon Hill

“The ‘capacity to surmount failure without being discouraged’ is ‘the chief asset of every man who attains outstanding success in any calling.”- Napoleon Hill

4 Critical Things You Should Know About Failure, And Why?

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What is failure? Do we really understand what failure is?

Failure, according to B. F. Skinner, “A failure is not always a mistake, it may simply be the best one can do under the circumstances. The real mistake is to stop trying.” When you fail at something, you are not a failure. You are just trying to find a better way to do something. The real failure is when you stop trying, when you give up, when you call yourself a failure.

People are not living their lives because they don’t want to fail. They don’t want to embarrass themselves. People fail in life because they set unrealistic goals for themselves. They want to be perfect at what they do. But, the reality is, you cannot be perfect at everything that you do.

People don’t want to fail because it hurts. According to Napoleon Hill, “… failure breaks down one’s morale, destroys self-confidence, subdue enthusiasm, dulls imagination, and drives away definiteness of purpose.”

Here are four things you should know about failure, and how to embrace them:

Failure leads to success. The road to success is through the iron gate of failure. When you fail at something, check what happened, think how you can make it better, learn from it, and move on. You cannot get to success without multiple failures. If you want to succeed, love to fail. Learn to fail, and fail well.

Failure is an opportunity to grow. According to Napoleon Hill, “Failure is a blessing in disguise. There is a solution to every legitimate problem, no matter how difficult the problem may seem.” When you fail, take it as an opportunity to learn more about it. Failure is not a weakness, it is a strength.

Failure is a temporary defeat. Failure is not a permanent thing unless you make it so. Failure is a part of the journey to finding true success. If you don’t fail, you cannot learn. You learn by failing.

Failure is not real. Failure is not real if learn from it. It is real if you fail to learn something new from your mistakes. Sometimes, what we call failure is not really failure, but a temporary stop. If you want to succeed, make your failures temporary, not permanent.

Failure is not the end of life, it is the beginning of life. It is the beginning of success, growth, and happiness.