Persistence

Jaques Cousteau, investigator, inventor and environmentalist in an interview with the author of Eugene Grisham Achievement Factors in an interview on a chartered jet to Atlanta, revealing interesting opinion. We quote for you.
“How can you do all that?” Cousteau was silent for a moment, then answered.

“I am stubborn – if I had a purpose in my head … I made ​​a list of things to mess around: the Amazon, Haiti, the ship Angina. I tried, and I do not have the money. I tried again, and I do not get the money, and after ten years I got it. ”

Wisely, with full resolve and perseverance, always pursue what he wants, sometimes quickly, sometimes slowly, he had experienced victories. In 1943, oxygen tubes (Aqualung) which he developed with Emile Gagnan, allowing underwater adventure, opens the world under the water for millions of scuba divers. Then he developed his skills as an expert in underwater photography, and in 1956, it won Oscars for The Silent World. Nine years later he once again won the oscar for World Without Sun. Current age of the 80s. Cousteau and the grandfather was still working, still check out the things he wrote down his list, a list, and then execute one after the list of targets.