What I’m Loving This Week:…Sir Winston Churchill’s address!

isDuring one of his numerous visits to his old school at Harrow, Prime minister Winston Churchill addressed the students in the following way.  He was in the big dining hall that affords a view of the lights of London from Harrow on the Hill.  The headmaster introduced the 1.7 – metre (five-foot-five) intellectual giant in a flourishing manner.  After graciously acknowledging the profuse introduction, it is said that Churchill made that never-to-be-forgotten statement:   “Young gentlemen, never give up, never give up, never give up, never, never, never, never.”  Then he sat down.  Wow!

My take away/s from this powerful statement:

1.People are not defeated when they fail but are defeated when they give up.

2.Men do not fail.  They just give up easily.

3.The greatest failure is to stop trying.

4.It’s always too soon to quit

Maybe you have tried to make money online, have struggled for years but No online breakthrough….remember:  If at first you don’t succeed…try;try ; try again.  If  a certain approach doesn’t produce the outcome  hoped for, change course but don’t ever quite.

The reason so many teenager online entrepreneur are mega-millionaires is not just they get it or have grown up in the digital economy, but that they are not afraid of trying new things using the Internet… (Today’s gold rush).

This is my story and I am sticking to it!

Howard Mahere

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About Howard Mahere

I'm an entrepreneur ; motivator; author of "AN IMMIGRANT WITH A PLAN" and a John C Maxwell certified speaker . Happily married to Emely and a father to one son and two daughters. My greatest joy comes from inspiring others to maximize their potential. I feel fulfilled when I bring hope to the hopeless and encouragement to the discouraged. The truth is, we each have a past, and it's either our prison, our excuse OR our springboard to a brighter future. The choice is yours but as for me, I made up my mind a long time ago to use my dysfunctional tough childhood as a stepping stone . The late Zig Ziglar used to say "It's not what happens to you that determines how far you will go in life, it is how you handle what happens to you." This is my story and I am sticking to it!
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