Demosthenes overcame his inarticulate and stammering pronunciation by speaking with pebbles in his mouth; his voice he disciplined by reciting speeches or verses when he was out of breath, while running or going up steep places.
We must identify our weaknesses and allow a certain amount of time in our daily routine to turn those weaknesses into future strengths.
— Rick Pitino
Knowing that we are hopelessly weak is the first step toward receiving God’s gift of might and strength.
— Marva Dawn
Focus on remedies, not faults.
— Jack Nicklaus
What it comes down to is that anybody can win with the best horse. What makes you good is if you can take the second- or third-best horse and win.
— Vicky Aragon