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Sep 29th
Lesson Learned from Conrado de Quiroz PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 28 March 2011 15:36
Lesson learned from Mr de Quiroz: "To be rich is to know that nothing is impossible. To be rich is to know that you can go around any obstacle, go under or over any obstacle, go through any obstacle. It is to know that when you want money, you can lay your hands on it. It is to know that when you need people, you can get in touch with them. It is to know that when you want something done, you can get it done. To be poor on the other hand, is to be assailed by impossibility. It is to be thwarted at every turn by the improvident hand of man or God-or fate. It is to have obstacle after obstacle put in your path until you no longer see the goal, until you no longer know there is a goal, until you learn only to toil to get past the obstacle you wake up to each day at crack of dawn. It is quite literally to have no one to turn to."... Thanks, Bobby. Lope Lindio Houston, TX

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