Mac Anderson’s vision was to publish high quality inspirational and motivational books that could be read in 30-45 minutes. His goal was simple… to help you reach yours.
Every book they create makes a difference in a reader’s life, and I’m please to recommend the newest addition to their marvelous collection of Simple Truths books.
A lesson from Charlie Brown on perseverance…
I know what you’re thinking: Charlie Brown is giving advice on being a leader? I’m as surprised as you are. I mean, I’m a pretty average kid—below average, most days. And I lose more times than I win.
But I’ve hit a game-winning home run, and I even won a game of marbles once, so I know what winning feels like. That next victory could be just around the corner… one more try away. So I keep trying.
Good grief—I think that could be it! So I keep trying.
On any given day, we can be as shy and withdrawn as Charlie Brown, as pushy as Lucy, as introspective as Linus, as raucous as Peppermint Patty, as zealous as Schroeder, as sunny as Sally, or as self-absorbed as Snoopy.
Yet, no matter our mood, each and every day, we all strive to be leaders in our fields, to our family, or of our own goals. Reflecting on what the Peanuts gang can teach us, we can unlock inspiration for each day of our lives.
CHARLES SCHULZ was an award-winning cartoonist best known for the comic strip Peanuts, launched in 1950. Over the years, this comic strip appeared in more than 2,000 newspapers around the world.
Source: Simple Truths
PS: Charlie Brown is also pictured on multiple postage stamps from worldwide countries. A great collectable 🙂