Posts Tagged ‘reasons to succeed’

Cartoon for A – Z of Positive Thinking Part 6!

January 27, 2009
F is for Failure!

F is for Failure!

Here’s cartoon No.6 in my series of A- Z of Positive Thinking along with a few ‘failure’ quote….

There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure. Colin Powell

Life’s real failure is when you do not realize how close you were to success when you gave up.”   Author – not sure!

Success builds character, failure reveals it Dave Checkett

I didn’t fail the test, I just found 100 ways to do it wrong Benjamin Franklin

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“11 Reasons Why You Will Never Succeed” By Gary Vurnum

November 14, 2007

Here’s a report that I read and some of the points really ‘hit home’, so I decided I’d have some fun and illustrate it with cartoons. Hope you enjoy it too!?

“11 Reasons Why You Will Never Succeed” By Gary Vurnum

Inside this report you will find out why there are still as
many people struggling through life as there used to be,
despite more and more self-help books being sold than ever
before.

The answer lies, not in the content of the books, or the
quality of the authors, but in the person who reads them.

By their very nature, self-help books can’t give you what
you want. The path to success is completely different for
everybody…so one size never fits all.

Don’t you wonder why 97% of the population will never
become successful?

So lets get started and find out…

REASON #1 – You never act on the information you read in
self-help books.

Funny Cartoon Motivator - brilliant book!
Reading the latest book by your favourite self-help author
may be interesting, even enlightening, but it is money
wasted if you just read the book, and do nothing else.

It seems that a lot of people want to champion the fact that
they have read “hundreds” of self-help books. For all the
good it has done them, they might as well have read hundreds
of novels!

You can get something out of every self-help book you read
…if you actually do something with the information rather
than just read it. By their very nature, these books should
be treated as life “User Guides” and dipped into at regular
intervals for inspiration.

If you do read a book from cover-to-cover make sure that you
have made notes about those “Ah ha” moments that you should
have had if the book has lived up to it’s promises.

The best thing of all to do is to summarize the book
yourself…by understanding the information on your own
terms you will be more able to focus on what you can apply
in real life.

REASON # 2 – You can never imagine yourself as a success.

I’m The Greatest cartoon!

For the rest of this report please visit my web site….

http://www.cartoonmotivators.com/pages/11Reasons.html