“The will to win, the desire to succeed, the urge to reach your full potential… these are the keys that will unlock the door to personal excellence.”
Yes, true… but the real problem is what exactly do you want to win over, what do you think is your full potential and what in fact do you want to succeed in…
I am wondering now… all the quotes that are exposed… are they really attributed to the right person? I had the chance to read a very good translation of a part of Confucius’ Analects. I don’t recall him using the language above. I also remember the wonderful feeling his words always gave me, because he was never direct and most of the time, in order to understand what he says, you have to reflect a lot on what you’ve read.
The quote above, I really enjoyed. Therefore, I am wondering why the author did not add his own signature. Using Confucius’ name, does it make it more valuable?
Than I am wondering… what exactly is valuable?
Is the chest that holds the treasure more valuable or is it the treasure itself?