Three Choices in Life

Life Quote: You have Three Choices in Life. Give Up, Give In or Give It All You’ve Got! Story “Give All You’ve Got!“

Tenor Luciano Pavarotti tells this Story,

“When he was a boy, his father, a baker, introduced him to the wonders of song, His Dad urged him to work very hard to develop his voice. Arrigo Pola, a professional tenor in his hometown of Modena, Italy, took Luciano in as a pupil. He also enrolled in a teachers college. On graduating, he ask his  father, ‘Shall I be a teacher or a singer?’

“‘Luciano’s father said, ‘if you try to sit on two chairs, you will fall between them. For life, you must choose one chair.’

“Ad so as many of you know, Luciano chose one. It took seven years of study and frustration before He made his first professional appearance. It took another seven to reach the Metropolitan Opera.

And now, think whether it’s laying bricks, writing a book–whatever you choose– you should give yourselves to it. Commitment, that’s the key. Choose one chair. And “Give It All You’ve Got!“

All You Can Do is All You Can Do…

Power Quote: “All You Can Do is All You Can Do, But All You Can Do is Enough!” ~ Arthur L. Williams Jr.

Art Williams started out as a high school football coach, earning $10,700. But he didn’t stay there for long. By believing in himself enough to take a chance, he became a winner became the head of a muti-million dollar invidual life insurance company. And then moved on to other endeavors.

It’s better to look back on life and say, “I can’t believe I did that,” than to look back and say, “I wish I did that.”