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    Both men mentioned above

    Both men mentioned above, faced immeasurable adversities before achieving success. Life as we know it was an uphill climb for them. Most good things do not come easy, but it only comes to those who relentlessly try to seek it. Anyone can surpass the limitations set before him or her if given a chance.


    For most of us, we do not need to work as hard as Bill or Chris to achieve success. They had it rough on them. Instead, we just have to act like them. Fueled by their passion to succeed, and coupled with a heaping dose of pragmatic thoughts and inspiration to excel. These are the crucial ingredients to brew success.


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    Re: Both men mentioned above

    Quote Originally Posted by kuben123 View Post
    Both men mentioned above (no comma required here) faced immeasurable adversities before achieving success. Life as we know it was an uphill climb for them. Most good things do not come easy, but it they only comes to those who relentlessly try to seek it ​them. Anyone can surpass the limitations set before him or her if given a chance.


    For Most of us (no comma here) we do not need to work as hard as Bill or Chris to achieve success. They had it rough. on them. Instead, we just have to act like them. Fueled by their passion to succeed, and coupled with a heaping huge/large dose of pragmatic thoughts pragmatism and inspiration, to excel they were able to excel. These are the crucial ingredients to brew for success.


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