- Every dog has his day.
Even the unluckiest or the most unfortunate will taste success at some point.
- Every man is the architect of his destiny.
Your own actions and decisions decide what you achieve (or don’t) in life.
- Every man has his price.
Anyone can be swayed to do something. It’s just that some may demand high price, some low. This proverb is also used in the sense of bribing people.
- Fall seven times. Stand up eight.
Be resilient and try despite failures. That’s how you succeed.
- Familiarity breeds contempt.
If you know a situation, person, or thing well, you stop respecting them and become careless.
- Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.
Fools or inexperienced persons get involved in situations or pursue goals without much thought. In contrast, wise are thoughtful about such situations or goals.
- Fortune favors the brave.
If you carry out your plans boldly, the luck is more likely to favor you.
- Get out while the going (getting) is good.
To leave a place or situation before conditions worsen and it becomes difficult to leave.
- Give them an inch and they’ll take a mile.
If you give someone a small amount of power or freedom to do something, they may try to get a lot more.
- God helps those who help themselves.
God doesn’t help those who don’t try. You’ve to make effort if you want to succeed.
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