Thomas Jefferson's Determine Never To Be Idle

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Thomas Jefferson once wrote, “Determine never to be idle...it is wonderful how much may be done if we are always doing”. What Jefferson means by this that people should aim to always be doing. He wanted it to be clear that hard work means success. A part of being successful means to show determination. Jefferson is correct with this statement because nothing productive can come from being inert. Also, procrastination could be an outcome of laziness. Working towards goals is important because it shows organization and ambition. Jefferson’s quote applies to teenagers who are trying to improve themselves. One concern people have with most young adults is that working towards goals isn't a priority. If someone shows determination, then they

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