“Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles that one has overcome while trying to succeed.”
–BOOKER T. WASHINGTON
When young, I was following the ski sport and one year, during the Olympics, one of Austria’s skiers (Karl Schranz) got disqualified. He was not allowed to ski during the Olympics. Everyone, not only the Austrians, were betting on him.
But because Schranz did not compete, the winner, who according to the world’s opinion would have been second, was not a winner in the world’s eyes.
Just like Muhammed Ali remained the King, even though someone else got the belt, because Muhammed Ali was in prison.
See how happy you become, if and when you overcome the impossible! Not because of what you will have but because of what you have overcome.
Don’t wish obstacles away! Look for them, look for them hard and then do whatever it takes to overcome them! It will be the most exhilarating life you can imagine.
CEO, Flasch International
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