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Quote Of The Day- Success Is Not Final, Failure Is Not Fatal, The Courage To Continue Is What Counts- Winston Churchill

As prime minister of the United Kingdom, Sir Winston Churchill rallied the British people during WWII, and led his country from the brink of defeat to victory.

Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill was born to an aristocratic family on November 30, 1874. As his life unfolded, he displayed the traits of his father, Lord Randolph Churchill, a British statesman from an established English family, and his mother, Jeanette “Jennie” Jerome, an independent-minded New York socialite.

As a young child, Churchill grew up in Dublin, Ireland, where his father was employed by his grandfather, the 7th Duke of Marlborough, John Spencer-Churchill. When he entered formal school, Churchill proved to be an independent and rebellious student. He did poorly at his first two schools and in April 1888, he was sent to Harrow School, a boarding school near London. Within weeks of his enrollment, he joined the Harrow Rifle Corps, which put him on a path to a military career.

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At first it didn’t seem the military was a good choice for Churchill. It took him three tries to pass the exam for the British Royal Military College. However, once there, he did well and graduated 20th in his class of 130. Up to this time, his relationship with both his mother and father was distant, though he adored them both.

Elected prime minister again in 1951, he introduced key domestic reforms. Churchill died at age 90 in 1965. Going through so many failures himself, Churchill believed its never the end with any failed attempt,neither is it a stop with any successful endeavor.

  “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts”.Winston Churchill…
Keep doing that which you know how to do, maybe you only need to change the method..

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