Pablo Picasso was one of the most celebrated Artists of the 20th century. His desire to Innovate and Play with styles is what set him apart from other Painters of the decade. His Artworks are not only Diverse but also beautifully Unique.
Our Goals can only be reached through a Vehicle of a Plan, in which we must Fervently Believe and upon which we must vigorously Act. There is No other route to Success.
Inspiration exists but it has to find you Working.
Only put off until Tomorrow what you are Willing to die having Left Undone.
Action is the Foundational key to all Success.
What one does is what Counts and Not what one had the Intention of Doing.
He can, who Thinks he can and He can’t, who thinks he Can’t. This is an Inexorable, Indisputable Law.
Without Great Solitude, No Serious work is Possible.
We must not Discriminate between things. Where things are concerned there are No class distinctions. We must Pick out what is Good for us where we can find it.
It is your Work in life that is the ultimate Seduction.
We Don’t grow Older we grow Riper.
There is only One way to see things until Someone shows us how to look at them with Different eyes.
An Idea is a point of Departure and No more. As soon as you Elaborate it, it becomes transformed by Thought.
Anything new, Anything worth Doing, Can’t be Recognized.
We have a Definite but unknown quantity of experience at our Disposal. As soon as the Hourglass is turned, the Sand will begin to run out and once it starts, it cannot Stop until it’s all Gone.
You have to have an Idea of what you are going to do but it should be a Vague Idea.
The Meaning of life is to find your Gift. The Purpose of life is to Give it away.
Never permit a Dichotomy to rule your life, a Dichotomy in which you hate what you do so you can have Pleasure in your spare time. Look for a situation in which your work will give you as much Happiness as your Spare time.
Success is Dangerous. One be
gins to Copy Oneself and to copy oneself is more Dangerous than to copy others. It leads to Sterility.
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