Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Orrin Woodward - Commitment

Saw this quote from Napoleon Hill the other day which reminded me of Orrin Woodward:

"It is a fact of life that most of us try and fail many times before we ultimately achieve the level of success that we desire. You can expect to travel the extra mile many times only to find fool’s gold at the end of some rainbows. But you will most certainly miss out on the great riches that await you if you quit trying. A superficial commitment to doing more than expected based only on what you expect to receive will not sustain you in the long term. Great achievement results from a commitment to do the right thing regardless of the consequences, and that commitment will ultimately lead you to the pot of gold at the end of your rainbow."

Thanks Orrin, for leading by example. You committed to do the right thing and never wavered.