Jessica Bibbee

Posts Tagged ‘success’

20170318

In aphorism on 20170318 at 23:55

There is greatness in the smallest of actions, if only we pause to recognize what is easier to overlook. 

The fool praise the oak and belittle the acorn.

Mind the acorn and the oak will stand in its own. 

With naïveté do we inhale without understanding of how to exhale.

A good story is part struggle and part success. A great story is pure struggle. 

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20140319

In aphorism, proverb on 20140319 at 21:43

How we handle a present failing is more crucial to determining a future success than is the incidence of the failure itself.

Every incidence of failure is given an opportunity for redemption, and that depends on whether we let it stop us or whether we bow to it or allow it to inspire a change within us.

A present failing is often but a perceived failing.

A failing offers but an opportunity to try again with informed experience behind us.

To loosen one’s grip is not necessarily to lose one’s grip.

20130228

In aphorism, proverb, question, rumination on 20130301 at 00:12

《Forecast for Life》
Risk with a chance of failure is opportunity with a chance of success.

Never deny a bad idea, for it may very well be the inspiration of a good idea. Accept, even welcome failure. The absence of failure belittles even a great success.

If success is not ultimately and existentially the overcoming of failure, wherein lies its acievement?

20100928

In haiku, rumination on 20100928 at 17:36

《climb》
success you call it
the social ladder, you are
but one step ahead.

20100220

In aphorism, proverb on 20100220 at 15:25

Accept. Appreciate. Compliment. Support.

A judge is but a gavel-handed hypocrite.

Underestimating leads to overlooking.

To define success absolutely is to ensure absolute failure.

Who governs with a heavy hand bears its burden.

Where a garment conceals, in absence it reveals.

The hand to seize is not free to receive.

20090617

In aphorism, proverb on 20090617 at 02:08

Any successful relationship must be shared as do two sides share a single piece of a paper, flexing front and back, and never like the two halves of a paper, top and bottom prone to tear.

20090417

In aphorism, proverb on 20090417 at 09:31

Like the successful business, a successful military seeks to expand its presence, infiltrate the people, overtake its opposition, and dominate regardless.