9 – 10,000 Failures Equals Success

Thomas Edison had made his fortune. He already had harnessed electricity. He alone was responsible for bringing electricity to much of the beginning stages of New York, certainly the lower parts of New York, and he had formed the Thomas

8 – Why Not You

I heard Rabbi Avraham Chaim Fueur say a eulogy for his father-in-law. His father-in-law was the great Rav Mordechai Gifter, the Telzer Rosh Yeshiva. And at the eulogy Rabbi Feuer described what it was like in the dorm room of

6 – The Secret to Success

I’d like to share with you a quote. After I tell you the quote I’ll ask you who said it. Here’s the quote: “Success consists of going from failure to failure without losing enthusiasm.” Who said the quote? If you

5 – For Women – Getting Back Up Time After Time

If I were to ask you what is the most feminine of competitive sports, which sport is the most feminine in the world of competition. So most people have their theories, but I personally believe that it’s figure-skating. And you

4 – The Four-Minute Mile

One of the greatest records in competitive sports was the four-minute mile. Athlete after athlete dreamt about running a mile in under four minutes, but no one could do it. Palva Nurey 0:25 of Sweden ran the mile in four

3 – The Price You Have to Pay

When I was a young man learning in yeshiva, I was invited to join a mussar chaburah. A mussar chaburah is a group of fellows, usually about the same age, who join together and each week one fellow presents a

2 – Shattering Limiting Beliefs

In 1997 in Tallahassee, Florida, a young boy was involved in a car accident. The ambulances came rushing to the scene, the EMTs were standing around, but they couldn’t help the boy. You see, his arm was pinned under the

1 – Tied to a Peg in the Ground

If you go to Africa today, you’ll still find that much of the heavy lifting on parts of that continent is done by the elephant. You could see this mighty Behemoth, all day long trudging through the jungle carrying heavy