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- June 19, 2012 at 2PM London, 6:30PM Kolkata, 9AM New York and 6AM Los Angeles | Special Guest Rachel Roberts BSc (Hons) MCH RSHom, Research Consultant, Society of Homeopaths will tell us about the situation for homeopaths and getting remedies in the U.K. Mark your calendar. Put a reminder. Go to BlogTalkRadio to chat and call in. This program responds to the talk with Ellen Kramer.
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Success or Failure | Take a lesson from the 16th President of the United States, who had numerous failures in his career, until he was suddenly elected as president in 1860. Often cited for freeing the slaves. He signed "The Emancipation Proclamation" by executive order on January 1, 1863, during the American Civil War using his war powers. One of his most elequent speeches was the Gettysburg Address. His second inaugural address, which includes the phrase, "With malice toward none; with charity for all..." which is inscribed on one wall of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.
List of failures and successes of Abraham Lincoln:
- 1831 - Lost his job
- 1832 - Defeated in run for Illinois State Legislature
- 1833 - Failed in business
- 1834 - Elected to Illinois State Legislature (success)
- 1835 - Sweetheart died
- 1836 - Had nervous breakdown
- 1838 - Defeated in run for Illinois House Speaker
- 1843 - Defeated in run for nomination for U.S. Congress
- 1846 - Elected to Congress (success)
- 1848 - Lost re-nomination
- 1849 - Rejected for land officer position
- 1854 - Defeated in run for U.S. Senate
- 1856 - Defeated in run for nomination for Vice President
- 1858 - Again defeated in run for U.S. Senate
- 1860 - Elected President (success)
"You cannot fail unless you quit."
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