"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm." If you do something last minute and get praise, you feel bad because it wasn’t your best.

"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm." If you do something last minute and get praise, you feel bad because it wasn’t your best.

"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm." If you do something last minute and get praise, you feel bad because it wasn’t your best.

"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm." If you do something last minute and get praise, you feel bad because it wasn’t your best.

How many people who were unenthusiastic about their writing ever won a Nobel Prize?  How many who were not enthusiastic about their research had the discipline to continue tirelessly for years until their discovery was made?  How many of the less enthusiastic scientists have won the Nobel Prize?  Perhaps, they did make a discovery about which they were not searching, but were they not working diligently and with vigor upon some other project?It is a reflection of our times that now people are lauded for their unethusiastic efforts.  After all, nothing is praised as something so often.  So, what is “great”?In concurrence with Post #8, there still must be talent, and most talent generates an enthusiasm, anyway.
"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm." If you do something last minute and get praise, you feel bad because it wasn’t your best.
"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm." If you do something last minute and get praise, you feel bad because it wasn’t your best.
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"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm." If you do something last minute and get praise, you feel bad because it wasn’t your best.
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