Posts tagged Theodore Roosevelt
The Reading List of Theodore Roosevelt

well-read gentleman (or lady) understands the inherent and artistic value of a curated book list. If you are an avid reader already, perhaps you have a collection of authors who's books you eagerly consume and cherish. Collecting a personal library of books is a wonderfully easy (and relatively cheap) way of building a "board of advisors" so to speak. Books are the compact, organized package of knowledge and wisdom from brilliant minds across the centuries making it, easily, one of the most beneficial investments of our time and money.

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Is Your Life Worth Your Time? -- Live a Great Story by Beating Mediocrity

There are too many mediocre things in life.

Too many jobs that people sort of like.
Too many vacations where people sort of have fun.
Too many significant others that people sort of love.
Too many dreams that people sort of want.

Our time is too valuable to waste on anything short of remarkable.

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What Legacy Will You Leave?

Edmund Morris, in his book "The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt", quotes Roosevelt as saying,

“From time to time little men will come along to find fault with what you have done…they will go down the stream like bubbles, they will vanish; but the work you have done will remain for the ages."
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