Try Again – A Third Grade Lesson for Small Business

It is especially important for Small Business Owners, Entrepreneurs to develop an indomitable spirit.  This little poem inspires me when I feel like a hampster on a wheel.

TRY AGAIN
from THE BEACON THIRD READER by James H. Fassett with a copyright dtd: 1914.

Drive the nail aright, boys,
Hit it on the head;
Strike with all your might, boys,
While the iron’s red.

When you’ve work to do, boys,
Do it with a will;
They who reach the top, boys,
First must climb the hill.

Standing at the foot, boys,
Gazing at the sky,
How can you get up, boys,
If you never try?

Though you stumble oft, boys,
Never be downcast;
Try, and try again, boys,
You’ll succeed at last.

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4 Comments on “Try Again – A Third Grade Lesson for Small Business”

  1. Gloris Says:

    That’ a great poem. I needed to hear that today! Gloris
    http://www.gloriadelia.wordpress.com

  2. impinventrix Says:

    Nice. Glad I found this blog.

  3. Kalmashi Says:

    wow, good one!


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