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勵志英語文章: Six Way to Turn Desires into Gold

勵志英語文章: Six Way to Turn Desires into Gold The method by which desire for riches can be transmuted into its financial equivalent, consists of six definite, practical steps, these: First: fix in your mind the exact amount of money you desire. It is not sufficient merely to say "I want plenty of money." Be definite as to the amount. (There is a psychological reason for definiteness which will be described in a subsequent chapter.) Second: determine exactly what you intend t ...... More

勵志英語文章: Be a Fighter

勵志英語文章: Be a Fighter A young friend of mine asked me in a letter, "What kind of man should I be?" My answer was, "Be a fighter." Another friend of mine inquired, "How should I live my life?" Again my answer was, "Be a fighter." The author of In Praise of the Fighter says: Riding on the ceaseless rushing torrent of life, I should pursue and overtake it so as to create an even greater and deeper torrent of my own. If I were a lamp, it would be ...... More

英語勵志文章:Why are you poor?

  英語勵志文章:Why are you poor?    The most important thing to becoming rich for you is to have a mindset to want to become rich. The reason I saythat is this, is because I wanted to become rich when I played Monopoly, that was, I was nine years old. The greatest formula for wealth is found on that board game. When I was nine years old my poor dad, the schoolteacher says, “Ah put that game away. Study, study, study! You’re wasting your time playing Monopoly.”  ...... More

英語勵志文章:The biggest secret of success

  英語勵志文章:The biggest secret of success    Once there was a young man who came to ask Socrates how to learn philosophy. Socrates said nothing but took him along to a river. He suddenly pushed him into the river forcibly. At first the young man thought Socrates was kidding so he didn’t take it to heart. But Socrates also jumped into the river and pulled his head into water desperately. At this time the young man was really scared, his instinct of living made him use all ...... More


李陽的勵志名言(中英文對照) Pain past is pleasure. 過去的痛苦即快樂。 All things are difficult before they are easy. 凡事必先難後易。 Nothing is impossible to a willing heart. 心之所願,無事不成。 Where there is life, there is hope. 有生命必有希望。 I feel strongly that I can make it. 我堅信我一定能成功。 Better to light one candle than to curse the darkness. 與其詛咒黑暗,不如燃起蠟燭。 The shortest answer is doing. 最簡短的回答就是行動。 Four short words sum up what has lifted most succ ...... More

勵志英語文章:The prime condition great secrets of success

  勵志英語文章:The prime condition great secrets of success    It is well that young men should begin at the beginning and occupy the most subordinate positions. Many of the leading businessmen of Pittsburgh had a serious responsibility thrust upon them at the very threshold of their career. They were introduced to the broom, and spent the first hours of their business lives sweeping out the office. I notice we have janitors and janitresses now in offices, and our young men unfort ...... More


  英語勵志故事:雄鷹    A boy found an eagle’s egg and he put it in the nest of a prairie chicken. The eagle hatched and thought he was a chicken. He grew up doing what prairie chicken do-scratching at the dirt for food and flying short distances with a noisy fluttering of wings. It was a dreary life. Gradually the eagle grew older and bitter. One day he and his prairie chicken friend saw a beautiful bird soaring on the currents of air, high above the mountains.    &ldquo ...... More


英文勵志小詩 一、THE SIGNIFICANCE OF FAILURERobert H. SchullerFailure doesn t mean you are a failure,It does mean you haven t succeeded yet.Failure doesn t mean you have accomplished nothing,It does mean you have learned something.Failure doesn t mean you have been a fool,It does mean you had a lot of faith.Failure doesn t mean you ve been disgraced,It does mean you were willing to try.Failure doesn t mean you don t have it,It does mean you have to do something in a different way.Failure ...... More

英語勵志寓言:The Hare And The tortoise

  英語勵志寓言:The Hare And The tortoise   The hare was once boasting of his speed before the other animals. “I have never been beaten,” he said, “when I run at full speed, no one is faster than me.”   The tortoise said quietly, “I will race with you.” “That is a good joke,” said the hare. “I could dance around you the whole way.”   The race started. The hare darted almost out of sight at once. He soon stopped and lay d ...... More


  英語勵志故事:成功的原則    When Henry ford decided to produce his famous v-8 motor, he chose to build an engine with the entire eight cylinders cast in one block, and instructed his engineers to produce a design in one for the engine. The design was placed on paper, but the engineers agreed, to a man, that it was simply impossible to cast an eight-cylinder engine-block in one piece.    Ford said, “Produce it anyway.”    “But,” they replied, &ldquo ...... More