Quote by Alexander Graham Bell
The most successful men in the end are those whose success is the result of steady accretion... It is the man who carefully advances step by step, with his mind becoming wider and wider - and progressively better able to grasp any theme or situation - persevering in what he knows to be practical, and concentrating his thought upon it, who is bound to succeed in the greatest degree.
This quote suggests that the most successful individuals are not those who achieve instant success, but rather those who make steady progress over time. Success comes to those who consistently and gradually improve their understanding of various subjects and situations. By persistently focusing on practical knowledge and constantly expanding their intellectual capacity, they are more likely to achieve success to the fullest extent. The key lies in the continuous advancement of one's mindset and the ability to adapt and tackle any challenge that comes their way.
TopicsSuccess & Failure
Of all the major religions, or lack thereof, the atheist's is one of the best pretenders: his foundation for all existences, as well as moral behaviors for the permanent good of mankind, begins at science but ends at himself, the Napoleon complex of both intelligence and imagination. On the other hand the anti-theist wouldn't survive without a deity beyond himself to hunt. He doesn't pretend, he simply nullifies his own position.