The secret to succeeding was taught to me by my mother who didn’t get past 4th grade. It was taught to me by my father who didn’t get past 8th grade. They were of one voice, “Don’t be afraid of hard work.” I learned hard work will outperform more talented people who won’t work hard. Hard work creates a cumulative affect that lifts one up, and opens up a world of new possibilities. Enjoy the short YouTube video and get inspired to work hard.
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