1. Sheila Holzworth climbed to Mount Rainer’s icy summit in 1981, surmounting the obstacle of blindness.
2. Paralyzed from the waist down at the age of four and a child of Nazi concentration camp survivors, Ithzhak Perlman went on to become a world renown concert violinist.
3. Perhaps the most brilliant scientist of all time, Albert Einstein was characterized as a slow learner, retarded and written off as uneducable during his adolescent years.
Any one of these individuals could have given up and few would have blamed them. Yet each found new abilities, different techniques and a revitalized desire to pursue their dreams. Now what was your excuse, for not pursing the career of your dreams, again?
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