When problems arise, you will usually find two types of people; whiners and winners. Whiners obstruct progress; they spend hours complaining about this point or that, without offering positive solutions. Winners acknowledge the existence of the problem, but they try to offer practical ideas that can help resolve the matter in a manner that is satisfactory to both parties.Qusmo Qusmo 2012-08-24 (visit:704) - George Foreman Knockout Entrepreneur (George Foreman, Ken Abraham / ISBN:0785222081)
That's my gift. I let that negativity roll off me like water off a duck's back. If it's not positive, I didn't hear it. If you can overcome that, fights are easy.George Foreman
Many people fail not so much because of their mistakes; they fail because they are afraid to try.Qusmo Qusmo 2012-08-24 (visit:759) - George Foreman Knockout Entrepreneur (George Foreman, Ken Abraham / ISBN:0785222081)
The world is full of people who want to play it safe, people who have tremendous potential but never use it. Somewhere deep inside them, they know that they could do more in life, be more, and have more -- if only they were willing to take a few risks.Qusmo Qusmo 2012-08-24 (visit:780) - George Foreman Knockout Entrepreneur (George Foreman, Ken Abraham / ISBN:0785222081)
George Edward Foreman (nicknamed "Big George") (born January 10, 1949) is a retired American professional boxer, former two-time World Heavyweight Champion, Olympic gold medalist, ordained Baptist minister, author and entrepreneur. A gold medalist at the 1968 Olympics, Foreman won the World Heavyweight title with a second round knockout of then-undefeated Joe Frazier in Kingston, Jamaica in 1973. He made two successful title defenses before losing to Muhammad Ali in "The Rumble in the Jungle" in 1974. He fought on but was unable to secure another title shot and retired following a loss to Jimmy Young in 1977 and became a Christian minister. Ten years later Foreman announced a comeback, and in November 1994, at age 45, he regained the Heavyweight Championship by knocking out Michael Moorer. He remains the oldest Heavyweight Champion in history. He retired in 1997 at the age of 48, with a final record of 76–5, including 68 knockouts.