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Napolean Hill (勵志作家)
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教育源自於內心;你經由掙扎、努力、及思考而學習。

Education comes from within; you get it by struggle and effort and thought.

David Brinkley (新聞播報員)
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一個成功的人會利用別人用來丟他的磚塊來建構一個堅固的基礎。

A successful man is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks others have thrown at him.

Walt Disney (製作人)
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米老鼠突然從我的腦海裡跑至繪圖板上… 當我哥哥羅伊與我的事業在最低潮且災難似乎即將來臨時。

Mickey Mouse popped out of my mind onto a drawing pad… when the business fortunes of my brother Roy and myself were at their lowest ebb and disaster seemed right around the corner.

Demosthenes (政治家)
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小機會通常是偉大事業的開始。

Small opportunities are often the beginning of great enterprises.

Chris Evert (網球冠軍)
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在決定性的那一局,自信是關鍵。

In a decisive set, confidence is the difference.

Winston Churchill (英國首相)
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每個人在生命中都會遇到一個特別的時刻;一個完全適合他的時刻。那個特別的機會,如果他抓住了,將會成就他的使命 — 一個他特別適任的使命。在那個時刻,他將找到偉大,那是他的最美好時光。

There comes a special moment in everyone’s life; a moment for which that person was born. That special opportunity, when he seizes it, will fulfill his mission — a mission for which he is uniquely qualified. In that moment, he finds greatness. It is his finest hour.

Henry Ford (工業家)
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任何停止學習的人都是老人,不管是二十歲或八十歲。任何持續學習的人都可以保持年青。生命裡最美好的事就是讓你的心智保持年青。

Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.

Thomas Jefferson (美國第三任總統)
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學習從別人的災難中看到你該避免的弊端。

Learn to see in another’s calamity the ills that you should avoid.

Jacqueline Cochran (飛行員)
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冒險是一種心態,一種精神。它來自信念,因為有了絕對的信念,你將不再有恐懼無論生或死。

Adventure is a state of mind – and spirit. It comes with faith, for with complete faith, there is no fear of what faces you in life or death.

Thomas Huxley (生物學家)
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梯子的梯級從來就不是拿來作停留用的,而是用來暫時支撐一個人的腳好讓他的另一腳能夠再抬更高。

The rung of a ladder was never meant to rest upon, but only to hold a man’s foot long enough to enable him to put the other somewhat higher.