"How to Stay Motivated"
"If you don't know how to accomplish your dreams, this book is a must read as it will show you how to create your own destiny and soar in life!" - Patrick Snow, best-selling author of Creating Your Own Destiny
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"1. Everyone fails but only the great ones get back on track and learn from their mistakes. You are just a human being. Is it your fault that you are prone to err once in a while? You are going to make mistakes along the way. You are going to fall down. This is not your fault. It is going to become your fault if you do not get up."
"Paul" wrote in on an earlier post: "What I want to know is How To Stay Motivated after achieving a running goal, i.e., a race. I find that I've worked to run a particular race and take a day off afterwards, which stretches into a month or two. Also, how do you get motivated if you really don't like running? I used to love it, but now I don't."
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