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Temporary Setback Quotes By Marilyn Monroe

I don't want you to feel depressed, honey. We've had a temporary setback. — Marilyn Monroe

Temporary Setback Quotes By Bill Johnson

Eternity puts loss in its place. Losses are temporary. Every setback and defeat is put in its place because of eternity. And then add to that the realization that the work of the Redeemer takes every bad situation and works it for our good. So not only is every loss temporary, it is actually reversed in its effect to become a blessing and even grounds for personal promotion and gain. And all of that pertains to loss. This is why every believer is able to live with constant hope. — Bill Johnson

Temporary Setback Quotes By Steven D. Levitt

When failure is demonized, people will try to avoid it at all costs - even when it represents nothing more than a temporary setback. — Steven D. Levitt

Temporary Setback Quotes By Jesse Lauriston Livermore

Without faith in his own judgment no man can go very far in this game. That is about all I have learned - to study general conditions, to take a position and stick to it. I can wait without a twinge of impatience. I can see a setback without being shaken, knowing that it is only temporary. — Jesse Lauriston Livermore

Temporary Setback Quotes By Ita Buttrose

Only a loser finds it impossible to accept a temporary setback. A winner asks why. — Ita Buttrose

Temporary Setback Quotes By Martin Seligman

The defining characteristic of pessimists is that they tend to believe that bad events will last a long time, will undermine everything they do, and are their own fault. The optimists, who are confronted with the same hard knocks of this world, think about misfortune in the opposite way. They tend to believe that defeat is just a temporary setback or a challenge, that its causes are just confined to this one case. — Martin Seligman