If you knew success was a certainty, what would you attempt to do?

Many of us make resolutions on New Year’s Day. This man made a resolution a little more than a year ago, and look what happened to him. I’ll bet it looked impossible to him at first. What can I do this year?

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8 Responses to If you knew success was a certainty, what would you attempt to do?

  1. czarowniczy says:

    Weird….I was just looking at that on You Tube this morning while searching Hank Jr songs.

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  2. Lucille says:

    Hey, good on Vance! Now he needs to take off all that extra skin…LOL!

    As my Mum used to say, though, “Nothing is certain but death and taxes.”

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  3. Lucille says:

    Meet Olivier Richters, better known as ‘The Dutch Giant’ or ‘World’s Tallest Bodybuilder’. Olivier gained 70 kg (154 lbs) in 8 years. This is how he did it.
    Published on Nov 18, 2018


  4. MaryfromMarin says:

    If you knew success was a certainty, what would you attempt to do?

    Write more stories. But I’ll do that anyway, even though success looks unlikely!


    • Lucille says:

      Absolutely keep on writing…and look at something you wrote with a loving eye and then with an eye to improve it. If monetary success comes, wonderful! If not, know that writing itself is the greatest reward.


  5. Menagerie says:

    This is a favorite of mine. I watch it a couple of times a year. It also features DDP. He seems able to reach and motivate men.

    “Just because I can’t do it today doesn’t mean I am not going to be able to do it someday.” Dramatic ending. I would never believe it is the same guy, not just from the weight loss, but his whole face, not to mention the physical abilities he gained.

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