Posts Tagged ‘difference’

“I firmly believe that’s what makes the difference. The willingness to fail again and again and again if necessary.” -Robert Kiyosaki

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“When we look at the world and try to make some sense of it, one of the most basic and crucial distinctions we all make—usually with-out even realizing it—is the difference between purposeful action versus mindless behavior.” -Robert Murphy

“When we look at the world and try to make some sense of it, one of the most basic and crucial distinctions we all make—usually without even realizing it—is the difference between purposeful action versus mindless behavior.” -Robert Murphy

“Failure is necessary to being successful in life. There’s a big difference between quitting and failure.” -Brandon Webb

“In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice.  But in practice, there is.” -Yogi Berra

“No matter how skilled you are as an investor, upping your savings rate is more powerful to your wealth than either increasing your income or increasing your investment returns.  That’s because it’s a one-two punch… you increase what you have to invest, while decreasing what you spend.  You also learn how to live longer on less money….  Remember that ultimately, how much you save will be the difference between a lifetime of poverty… or one of wealth.” -David Eifrig

“What’s the difference between chance and luck?  Luck almost implies like a leprechaun is, sort of somebody is making this happen.  In many ways, it seems like certain people are luckier than others.  I think what that really means is that when they were given chances, they elected to pursue them, as opposed to step away from them.  And that kind of creates the illusion of luck.” -Chuck Klosterman

“Luck is an open door.  Chance is the willingness to step through.”