Ingredients To Success

“it was so hard to see what the future held because to perform at this game, you have to be “in the mud,” obsessed with the task at hand. Perspective is neutralized, stunted so that you can capture only the most relevant, time-sensitive data that will determine how to approach your opponent that day. Then you look up and realize your 20-year career has been a collection of days where you couldn’t see tomorrow.”
― Doug Glanville

“Just because you spent 4 years studying a subject doesn’t mean you have to suffer the rest of your 40 years doing the same.”
― Dhaval Gajera, Tomorrow Today

“I couldn’t find my cup of tea.

So probably, I’ve been simply taking a sip from everyone else’s cup. May be it shouldn’t matter as long as there is tea to drink. Or should it?”
― Sanhita Baruah

“Talent without money, coach, vision and mission is a piteous adventure.”
― Michael Bassey Johnson

“Ingredients to success: know what you do well, know what to do well, and know someone who’s swell.”
― Criss Jami, Killosophy

“Wake up with a purpose and make every effort to succeed. Many people spend their lives just going through the motions. They are satisfied with their daily routines or habitual lifestyles. Don’t be complacent with those activities. Challenge yourself to be better, do greater things.”
― Amaka Imani Nkosazana

“His statement flew in the face of everything I knew. He thought of relationships as finite, like a pie that could only be cut into so many pieces. Take a piece away, and there was that much less for him. I knew, however, that relationships are more like muscles – the more you work them, the stronger they become.”
― Keith Ferrazzi, Never Eat Alone: And Other Secrets to Success, One Relationship at a Time

“On a shirt, every button has its own button-hole. Fix a button elsewhere and your dressing goes crazy and nasty! On earth, everyone has his/her dreams. You have your own. Fix yourself there and your life will be fully fulfilled!”
― Israelmore Ayivor, The Great Hand Book of Quotes

“Our careers aren’t paths so much as landscapes that are navigated.”
― Keith Ferrazzi, Never Eat Alone: And Other Secrets to Success, One Relationship at a Time

“What’s your avocado?”
― Stacie Zinn Roberts, How to Live Your Passion & Fulfill Your Dreams

“The job wouldn’t be just put the summer, but for a long time, as long as she could see ahead. Once they were used to the money coming in it would be impossible to do without again.”
― Carson McCullers, The Heart is a Lonely Hunter