Keep on!

Posted on October 3rd, 2011 at 11:37 AM / No comments

Henry Ford – who invented the automobile, went broke five times before he succeeded in business.

Fred Astaire – the great dancer, took a screen test at MGM. A studio memo reported he was slightly bald, could not act & could dance a little.

Louisa May Alcott – great author who wrote the popular book Little Women, after multiple failures thought she would abandon the idea of being a writer & become a seamstress instead.

Walt Disney – was fired by a newspaper for a lack of ideas & went bankrupt several times before building Disneyland.

Enrico Caruso – parents believed a voice teacher who said he had no future in music, he simply could not sing at all. He did not believe the teacher & became one of the most famous opera singers in the world.

Theodore Roosevelt – suffered the deaths of both his mother & his wife on the same day in 1884 before he became a war hero & a very popular president of the United States.

John Wesley – the founder of Methodism, was often ask to not return to churches after preaching in them once. When he preached on the streets, townspeople kicked him out. When he preached in a meadow, people turned a bull loose on him. But later, because he refused to give up, he preached in a pasture & ten thousand people came to hear him.

Just a few of thousands of great stories to encourage you to KEEP FIGHTING FOR YOUR DREAMS. AND DON’T GIVE UP! You may need to adjust, adapt, OR change alignments – but don’t stop now.

It may be your fourth quarter in life but many games, battles & life accomplishments have come with wise assessments and another try!

I BELIEVE IN YOU, BUT MORE THAN THAT JESUS, WHO HOLDS AND EQUIPS YOU – ┬áIS THE KING OF THE COMEBACKS.

AS LONG AS YOU’RE BREATHING KEEP ACHIEVING!

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