Monday, May 26, 2008

Battle Cry 79 (David Sarnoff)

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May 26, 2008

BATTLE CRY 79 (David Sarnoff) by Monroe Mann
Battle Cry: "Don't be misled into believing that somehow the world owes you a living.  The boy who believes that his parents, or the government, or anyone else owes him a livelihood and that he can collect it without labor will wake up one day and find himself working for another boy who did not have that belief, and therefore earned the right to have others work for him." --David Sarnoff
Fightin' Words: Once a victim, always a victim--but only if you allow yourself to believe that you are actually a victim.  Here's the key: refuse to ever believe yourself a victim to begin with.  No one owes you anything, and this quote makes it crystal clear what will happen to you if you continue to believe that.  Those who let unfortunate, unpredicted, fluke events cripple them into believing that they somehow deserve pity, special treatment, and unearned reparations bring misery upon themselves.  Change your outlook.  Change your attitude.  Who are you to hold such a sense of entitlement?  No one owes you anything--anything--ANYTHING!  Make your own damn living.  Make your own damn breaks.  Make your own damn opportunities.  Make your own damn dreams come true.  Make your own damn future.  If you're waiting for or expecting someone or something else to 'take care of you'--WAKE UP!  Get over yourself.  You're living in a dream world.  No one owes you anything, Okay?  So just go out there and make it happen on your own. -- Monroe Mann
Excerpted from Monroe Mann's inspirational book, "Battle Cries for the Underdog" that G. Gordon Liddy says 'is filled with some of the finest insights to be found in history.'  And coming Fall 2008, "Battle Cries for the HOLLYWOOD Underdog" co-written with Monroe's Hollywood friend Lou Bortone!
Call 914-481-1641 or reply to this email to set up your free 20-minute career, marketing, and financial phone consultation with Unstoppable Artists' founder Monroe Mann.  Who is he?  He's the guy to call when you're finally ready to take control of your circumstances.

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