Lamenting your situation? Enjoying your pity party?

You may not know that Teddy Roosevelt, our 26th President (1901 to 1909) grew up as a sickly child, bereft of energy or initiative … until his dad pointed out that his life would be meaningless with a brilliant mind stuck in a frail body.

He responded, “I will make my body”, and undertook boxing, swimming, horseback riding and any number of athletic endeavors, ultimately working hard as one of the most productive and respected Presidents in American history.

Hopefully, his commitment and this epigram he lived by, will inspire you to step up your game to achieve all of the goals you’ve set for yourself.

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