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Patience, persistence and perspiration make an unbeatable combination for success...                                    Napoleon Hill
                                                                                                                        

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    1. So true. "If at first you don't succeed, try, try again."

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  2. Nothing better than an inspirational quote - not sure about the perspiration though! xx

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    1. I know. Who begs for perspiration? come to think of it, who begs for patience? Although patience is a virtue!

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  3. I need to print this out and glue it to my screen! Thanks!

    ~Debbie

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    1. That's why I posted it right at the top of my blog, so I could read it ALL DAY LONG:)

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  4. Love the triple Ps! That last one reminds me that I need to exercise more :)

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    1. Ha! Exercise? Is that some sort of foreign word for write???

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  5. Quotes are my favorite motivation boosters. Thank you for this :) And it's crucial in writing!

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  6. Amen to that. And I like the new look.

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  7. Thanks! Who knows? Next time you stop by, it may be different again!

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