May 1, 2006

Don’t Be Lazy

Most success in business is often closely associated with a 

person’s courage and ability to recover from his or her most 

recent failure. A failure isn’t truly a failure until you quit trying. 

If a venture begins to slow down, try speeding up your efforts. 

The key to avoiding a crash is to peddle faster when you’re 

riding a bike. The same is true for enterprise, parenting 

or having a good life. Don’t quit trying. Don’t be lazy. 

The train of failure usually runs on the track of laziness. 

Keep pressing toward your goals 


Read: Ecclesiastes 10:18