About This Quote
The principles you know determines what you get is a principle that can be applied to almost anything in life, whether it is in school, work, sports, relationships, etc. We all have certain things we know. Some may be common knowledge while others are unique to our personal experiences. The principle applies in all areas of life, but one in particular stands out in regards to this quote; the principle is that the things you know will determine what you get.
If you believe your education will be the determining factor in your future success, then it will be. If you believe that your lack of physical fitness will hold you back from reaching your full potential then it will indeed.
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