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Monday's special

Posted by Claudia Moser on 8:14 PM in ,

“Losers live in the past. Winners learn from the past and enjoy working in the present toward the future.”
Denis Waitley

“Winning isn't everything, but the will to win is everything.”
Vince Lombardi

“Sure I am this day we are masters of our fate, that the task which has been set before us is not above our strength; that its pangs and toils are not beyond our endurance. As long as we have faith in our own cause and an unconquerable will to win, victory will not be denied us.”
Winston Churchill

“Win as if you were used to it, lose as if you enjoyed it for a change.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson

“Regardless of how you feel inside, always try to look like a winner. Even if you are behind, a sustained look of control and confidence can give you a mental edge that results in victory.”
Arthur Ashe

“Daring ideas are like chessmen moved forward. They may be beaten, but they may start a winning game.”
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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10 Comments


More lovely quotes for us to start our week with. I think my favourite today is the Arthur Ashe one.


@Diane - it is a good one!


"Wer kämpft, kann verlieren. Wer nicht kämpft, hat schon verloren." Bertolt Brecht.


@Weissdorn - sehr gut!


LOve em! I am the same as Thisisme I like Arhtur Ashe's the most.


cute!!!

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I love these quotes. Churchill's speeches always give me chills.


Win/Win I say...!


I'm voting for Emerson's quote this week :-)


@Ladies - glad you enjoyed them!

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