“We must keep a watchful eye on the subtle difference between success and failure, and be ever mindful of the inner urgings that would have us repeating costly errors rather than developing new disciplines.
“We must each make our own conscious decision to reach out for the good life through the refinement of our thoughts and the careful examination of the potential consequences of our accumulated errors. We must not allow ourselves to think that the errors don’t matter. They do. We must not allow ourselves to assume that a lack of discipline in one small area of our lives will not make a difference. It will. And we must not allow ourselves to believe that we can have all that we want to have and become all that we wish to be without making any changes in the way we think about life. We must.”-Jim Rohn