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He says if at first he doesn't succeed, he works harder.
According to him, 'Your nationality does not determine your chances to succeed. If you think you are being a Nigerian will narrow your chances of succeeding, you will never succeed.
Succeed works with a majority of the top 100 insurance brokers, who deliver the Risk Management Center as a safety and loss control solution to their own direct clients.
Beate Ehle, who was President, Market & Business Development North America, BASF Corporation, Florham Park, New Jersey, until April 2015, will succeed von Deessen effective March 1, 2016.
It created an environment for others to succeed and as a result it prospered.
This book is compiled of tips and techniques from ADHD experts from around the world showing the resourcefulness and creativity people have developed to succeed with ADHD.
The man who can't quite see getting up an hour earlier in the mornings, so that he'll have extra time for planning his calls and reviewing his sales talks, doesn't really want to succeed. He just thinks he does.
1 : to achieve a desired result : be successful <Half of them wanted me to mess up, and half of them wanted me to succeed. Jack Gantos, Joey Pigza Loses Control>
But what about those students who come from low-SES homes and are still able to succeed academically?
I am merely pointing out that there is a wealth of practical knowledge students must grasp in order to succeed in the world outside the classroom.
Construction industry professionals Stephen Diller and Janelle Diller present How To Succeed With Your Own Construction Business, a no-nonsense, step-by-step walkthrough of the fundamentals of setting up a new construction company and getting to work.