POINTS TO PONDER:
The Path of Most Persistence
There will always be those who
will tell you it can't be done,
but throughout history, progress
has always come from those who
said it could be done.
The people who accomplish the most
do so not because they never run
into problems, but because they believe
there is a solution for every one.
The great men and women of history are
remembered not because they never failed,
but because they didn't let their failures stop them.
They kept on until they succeeded.
When Thomas Edison invented the light bulb,
he tried over 2,000 experiments before he
got it to work. A young reporter asked him
how it felt to fail so many times. He said,
“I never failed once. I invented the light bulb.
It just happened to be a 2,000-step process.”
Often GENIUS is just another way
of spelling perseverance.