Sewing and Hardwork
By: Sarah Dobson | Tuesday 19th of July 2011 07:09:25 PM
I have been sewing for three days. It actually, technically, started Saturday but I went out Saturday night so that does not count. Let me tell you, it is hot in Atlanta and my sewing machine hasn't exactly been cooperative. At times like this, when I am getting frustrated and sweating and feel like I haven't seen PEOPLE for a decade and it seems unbearable to sit at my sewing desk for another few hours, I find myself looking up what other business owners and entrepeneurs have written/said about the quality of hard work. Some of them are so good, I feel like they deserve some blog attention. So, here are a few below. I especially like the one by Abraham Lincoln. I didn't even know "hustle" was a word they used back then.
"Much good work is lost for the lack of a little more" -Edward H. Harriman
"Nobody even drowned in his own sweat" -Ann Landers
"There is nothing like biting off more than you can chew, and then chewing anyway" -Mark Burnett
"Things may come to those who wait, but only the things left by those who hustle" -Abraham Lincoln
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