Is it more important to accomplish something, or attempt something?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Accomplish something - that high is so amazing!!
- Anonymous1 decade ago
I think it's more important to attempt something. Then you can walk away with the satisfaction of knowing you tried. If it's accomplished, you are done with it. There's no going back and attempting it again.
- sexychik1977Lv 61 decade ago
attempt something, otherwise, there is no chance that you will accomplish anything if you don't even attempt.
However, you should try very very hard when you make the attempt to actually accomplish whatever it is you are attempting.
- persnickety1022Lv 71 decade ago
It's more important to attempt something, but it gets pretty frustrating if you never accomplish anything
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- B0FF0Lv 61 decade ago
Without an attempt, nothing can be accomplished.
- Mrs. KiedisLv 51 decade ago
It's better to accomplish but you can't do that if you never attempt it.
- Noelle SLv 51 decade ago
Both. If you attempt it you might actually accomplish it. If you don't, at least you tried right?
- Uwanna KissimmiLv 61 decade ago
Probably to "attempt".... that's an accomplishment in itself...
- 4 years ago
to attempt is truly not elementary.. that's the position each and every of the fears and insecurities set in. to finish some thing is likewise truly not elementary, because each and every so often some issues look like they're not in any respect complete. i imagine you should attempt. And once you've tried, it might want to then be major to finish. So, both are major, in THAT order. :)
- turtle girlLv 71 decade ago
One of my favorite running routes takes me past the Special Olympics office in my town. They have a nice park I always run through so I can see the big stone monument that says:
Let me win, but if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt.
I have completed 5 marathons and one ultramarathon and the training has always enriched and changed me more than the actual race day experience.
- 1 decade ago
if you don't make the attempt, you will never make an accomplishment.