Pablo Picasso on Success

Weekday Wisdom, Season 4, Episode 2

A lot of people talk about success. I think what Pablo Picasso, the renowned artist, had to say on the topic summed it up nicely. And that is what I talk about in this month’s episode.


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Run Time: 3 minutes 55 seconds

Would you like to be a success? Renowned artist Pablo Picasso once said something that really boils down the essential steps for achieving goals.

“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.”

In this episode of the podcast, I break it down and give some tips on how to follow each of the three steps outlined in this quote.

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1 comment on “Pablo Picasso on Success”

  1. Dolores Delgado

    Loved this presentation! The time spent on it was perfect (no time to get bored), very nicely presented and interesting.

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