Success is only a sweaty climb away

Thomas Edison once said, “Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration.” He is the same man who created the light bulb after more than ten thousand experiments that failed.

The founders of Google, Larry Page and Sergio Brynn worked tirelessly for many, many years before they got the algorithms of Google search completed. David Beckham practiced 500 free kicks a day for more than ten years before he became the king of free kicks.

We live in a world where we expect everything to be instant. Yet, to be truly exceptional and great, we need to put in time. There are no shortcuts to success.

So, my advice to you today: Go and work. There are no shortcuts to success. Leaders work hard at everything they do.

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