9. “Be great in act, as you have been in thought.”
(King John: Act V, Scene 1)
In many instances, we develop these extraordinary ideas without our minds, only to have them evaporate when we fail to take the initiative to put them into action. Whether it is due to doubt or fear, we fail to comply with our own standards. Within this quote, Shakespeare has basically brought to attention the concept of taking chances as it relates to success. No one will be aware of how great of a writer you are if you never share your stories, or how inventive you are if you never create models and showcase them. Had Shakespeare not formulated his ideas in the form of well-written plays, we would never have gotten the chance to witness such a classically established craft.
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