Quotes from the Masters
On a Slight Edge

"Failure is not a single, cataclysmic event. You don't fail overnight. Instead, failure is a few errors in judgment, repeated every day." -- Jim Rohn  

"Everyday do something that will inch you closer to a better tomorrow." -– Doug Firebaugh

"Everything counts!  Everything you do helps or hurts, adds up or takes away." -– Brian Tracy  

"Progress, however, of the best kind, is comparatively slow.  Great results cannot be achieved at once; and we must be satisfied to advance in life as we walk, step by step." -– Samuel Smiles

"If you want to sail your ship in a different direction, you must turn one degree at a time." -– Brian Tracy  

"Plan your progress carefully; hour-by hour, day-by-day, month-by-month. Organized activity and maintained enthusiasm are the wellsprings of your power. -– Paul J. Meyer

"Every great success is an accumulation of thousands of ordinary efforts that no one sees or appreciates." -– Brian Tracy

"A single day is enough to make us a little larger or, another time, a little smaller." -- Paul Klee

"There is no sudden leap to greatness. Your success lies in doing, day by day. Your upward reach comes from working well and carefully." –- Max Steingart  

"We've all heard the expression, 'An apple a day keeps the doctor away.' Well, I've got a good question for you:  What if it's true? Wouldn't that be easy to do – to eat an apple a day? Here's the problem:  It's also easy not to do." -– Jim Rohn  

"Those people who develop the ability to continuously acquire new and better forms of knowledge that they can apply to their work and to their lives will be the movers and shakers in our society for the indefinite future." -- Brian Tracy  

"Where many people go wrong in trying to reach their goals is in constantly looking for the big hit, the home run, the magic answer that suddenly transforms their dreams into reality. The problem is that the big hit never comes without a great deal of little hits first. Success in most things comes not from some gigantic stroke of fate, but from simple, incremental progress." -- Andrew Wood


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