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"Whenever you make a mistake or get knocked down by life, don't look back at it too long. Mistakes are life's way of teaching you. Your capacity for occasional blunders is inseparable from your capacity to reach your goals. No one wins them all http://www.broncosfansproshop.com/Broncos+Jared+Crick+Rush+Jersey.html?cat=1310 , and your failures, when they happen, are just part of your growth. Shake off your blunders. How will you know your limits without an occasional failure? Never quit. Your turn will come."
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From the qualifying rounds, he allayed any fears that his accident had unsettled his nerves or dulled his desire for success. He drove well and he drove aggressively gaining himself a fourth position on the starting grid - his best for the season. Kubica held on to his fourth position finishing behind Lewis Hamilton (England, McClaren).

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Then Hamilton could be seen wriggling his legs before he climbed out of the cockpit but his legs then buckled under him. Later, as he was carried away on a stretcher with an oxygen mask covering his face and a drip hanging from his arm, he still managed to wave reassuringly to his supporters. He was quick to make it clear that he felt fine and that he wanted to take part in the main race.

"Let me drive," he said.

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Like Kubica, Hamilton loves racing. He loves winning http://www.broncosfansproshop.com/Broncos+Emmanuel+Sanders+Rush+Jersey.html?cat=1332 , he's competitive and he loves learning. He admitted that he learnt a great deal from this experience which he will, no doubt, put into practice in subsequent races.

"I told you from day one that this was going to happen eventually, that it would be inevitable that I would not finish on the podium. So I was ready for it. You need to have these experiences http://www.broncosfansproshop.com/Broncos+Donald+Stephenson+Rush+Jersey.html?cat=1322 , and this was all a big experience for me, and it's still not over. But I have learned 10 times as much today than in the last race."

So here are a few lessons about goal achieving one can learn from Formula 1:

1. Life is not a dress rehearsal - live it to the max
2. Play the game of life to win rather than play to lose
3. Consider life as a series of races and learn from each race
4. Be prepared for setbacks and learn from them
5. If you suffer a setback get back into the cockpit as soon as possible
6. Acknowledge that you will make mistakes and that this does not make you a failure
7. Celebrate your victories

And, above all, remember life is indeed a game - keep smiling!

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