“Results aren’t the criteria for success – it’s the effort made for achievement that’s important.” This may be my favorite quote by John Wooden, and it comes from Mortar Quality 5 of Coach Wooden’s Pyramid of Success.

 

“Resourcefulness” is dreaming up ways to meet our goals. We might not do everything perfect, but as long as we’re doing something, we’re going in the right direction.

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