The only real mistake is to give up

Good quotes

Quotes success

Poor the student who does not surpass his master. [Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519)]

Chickens do not hatch from unlaid eggs. [German proverb]

Extraordinary situations require extraordinary measures. [German proverb]

Being ready is a lot, being able to wait is more, but only using the right moment is everything. [Arthur Schnitzler (1862-1931)]

The only thing we should give up in our life is a letter! []

The secret of success lies in being ready for the opportunity when it comes. [Benjamin Disraeli (1804-1881)]

Fate shuffles the cards, but you play the game! []

The passions are the only speakers that always convince. [Francois de la Rouchefoucauld]

Success consists in having exactly the skills that are needed at the moment. [Henry Ford]

Success is the ability to go from one failure to another without losing one's enthusiasm. [Winston Churchill]

There are people who catch fish and there are those who only cloud the water. [Chinese wisdom]

There are days when you lose and there are days when others win! [Graffiti]

It is better to make imperfect decisions than to constantly look for perfect decisions that never will be. [Charles de Gaulle]

The question is whether you are ready to go one way together or whether you go two ways that would never come together []

Somebody can open the door for you, you have to go through yourself. [Confucius (551-479 BC)]

It is in the nature of genius to exploit the simplest of ideas. [Charles Pierre Peguy (1873-1914)]

It is not the successes that one learns from, but the fiascoes. [Coco Chanel]

For the first impression there is no second chance []

Don't be afraid of going slowly forward, just be afraid of stopping. [Chinese wisdom]

Every artist was initially an amateur. [Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)]

You have to swim against the current to get to the source. [Chinese proverb]

Courage is at the beginning of action, happiness at the end. [Democritus (around 400 BC)]

Nothing in the world is as strong as an idea whose time has come. [Victor Hugo (1802-1885)]

Nothing great has ever been accomplished without enthusiasm. [Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)]

Dawn can only be reached on the path of night. [Khalil Gibran (1883-1931)]

Whether you think you can do it or you think you can't, you are definitely right. [Henry Ford]

To get to the source you have to swim against the current. [Confucius]

We are only limited by the limits that we set for ourselves. [Japanese wisdom]

Never underestimate someone who takes a step backwards. He could take a run! [Graffiti]

You can fail - but never give up. [A. Happy]

Many are persistent with regard to the path once taken, few with regard to the goal. [Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900)]

Paths are made by walking them. [Franz Kafka (1883-1924)]

If there is one secret to success, it is understanding the other's point of view and seeing things through their eyes. [Henry Ford]

If there is no wind then row. [Chinese wisdom]

Anyone who has a new idea is a nut until the idea hits home. [Mark Twain (1835-1910)]

Whoever fights can lose, whoever does not fight has already lost. [Bertolt Brecht, playwright and poet]

Anyone who becomes famous overnight has worked a lot the days before. [Graffiti]

Quotes mistake

Any mistakes one makes are more forgiving than the means one uses to hide them. [François de la Rochefoucauld]

All deficiencies in human life are not a cause for whining complaints, but a task ... [P. A. De Lagarde]

Do not regret your actions, accept the consequences! [Arabic proverb]

Fraud is sometimes punished, self-deception always. [Indian wisdom]

Your conscience is an inner voice that tells you not to do what you just did. [Armenian proverb]

The greatest evil we can do to our fellow human beings is not to hate them, but to be indifferent to them. This is absolute inhumanity ... [George Bernard Shaw]

Humans do not stumble over mountains, but over molehills. [Confucius]

I don't make mistakes, I just learn. [Joker]

We usually only discard mistakes when we have discovered how others feel about them. [Peggie Sue]

Not every argument is bad. On the contrary: quarreling is better than being disciplined. [William Atwood]

Being perfect is an unattainable virtue, but making mistakes is the real deal. []

And it is precisely because you are wrong that you sometimes find the way. [Vincent van Gogh]

Most of our mistakes are more forgivable than the means we use to hide them. [Rochefoucauld]