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Endurance

Shackleton’s ship, Endurance, crushed after 9 months trapped in ice. h/t Royal Geographic Society (with Institute of British Geographers)

This morning, we’ll share a couple of quotes from legendary Antarctic explorer Ernest Shackleton. His lessons in leadership and survival are applicable to many areas of managing and navigating work and life.  It’s been chilly lately, but nothing like the conditions the explorer and his crew endured more than a century ago.

“Need to put footstep of courage into stirrup of patience.”

“Through endurance we conquer.”
— Ernest Shackleton

Knowledge, Discipline, Courage, and Hard Work are the characteristics of a successful trader.

Add a sense of humor to stay civilized, as you strive for fun and profit.

Warm wishes for a Happy Friday,

Steve

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