Saturday, 26 March 2011

“Flaming enthusiasm, backed up by horse sense and persistence, is the quality that most frequently makes for success.”

This Dale Carnegie fellow knew a thing or two!

Flaming enthusiasm...

Is that 'flaming enthusiasm' as in enthusiasm that burns with passion? Or is it 'flaming enthusiasm' as in feckin' enthusiasm, who needs it anyway?


Horse sense...

Here is some horse sense kindly provided by Alfie and Poppy:

1. Always wait by the gate looking appealing when there's food on offer
2. Never trust a pig. They are DANGEROUS especially when they grunt
3. Never EVER trust a plastic bag in a hedge.
4. Always roll in mud immediately after you've been groomed

Thanks guys but I'm not sure how it'll help me with the novel...

Persistence...

Yeah, I've got it sorted...