key to success

key to success

Fig. the secret to someone's success. Bob said that the key to his success is working hard, being on time, and being extremely lucky.
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l o s AThe Celtic keeper flew out to Portugal last night with Roy Hodgson's squad to begin preparations for the finals and insists positive thinking is the key to success.
He calls upon the words of hockey Hall of Famer Wayne Gretzky, who stated that the key to success in his profession is to skate to where the puck is going, not where it is.
matches the goals of "One-On-One, Walk & Run" and both programs recognize the importance of mentoring parents and/or teachers as a key to success.
Again, the firm turned to basic R&D techniques by reviewing past documentation and performing trial-and-error procedures to determine how and why others have failed and what the key to success was.
After telling attendees that his strategy at the moment is to build not buy, and that 'financing, financing, financing' is the key to success along with 'location, location' location,' Mr.
Another key to success for companies selling insurance online comes from providing a simple and positive customer experience.
The key to success in the company's mixers is said to be the unique action created by the movement of the mixing elements that produces intense but gentle intermingling of the materials of the mix in a mechanically fluidized bed.
Key to success are flexibility, innovative thinking, and good problem-solving skills by all parties on the team.
Communication always has been the key to success, so, theoretically, we should be the most successful examples of our species.
What concerns me is that education is the key to success in this country,'' Councilman Martin Ludlow said.
Donald Frank et al, in their article "Information consulting: The key to success in academic libraries" (March 2001), further advocate doing away with "traditional liaison programs," which they claim are "too passive and lack impact," and instead implementing "information consulting," in which individual librarians would be partners with individual faculty.
The key to success is the unity of effort and synchronization of all the activities involved in the operation," said Gonzalez.
My approach sets Jaguar Racing up as a more engineering-oriented company with a true systems engineering approach that we believe is increasingly key to success in F1.
Librarians will certainly enjoy this volume since the library is filled with wonders (and dangers), and reading is a key to success and survival.