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Can you help me with this statement * put the English statement of the following proverb, not more than 6 words

Failures are divided into two classes - those who thought and never did, and those who did and never though

* I must write it with only six words , how I Can do it without change the meaning of the whole statement plz help me Thank in advance to all

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    Think efficaciously, act thoughtfully, or fail. – Tyler James Young Dec 10 '13 at 17:48
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    Failures think inefficaciously or act unthoughtfully. – Tyler James Young Dec 10 '13 at 17:55
  • Saddam: The title (probably) contains a typo, but since you are not a native speaker, I want to point out that the word you meant was shortcut, not "shurtcut". – Scotty Dec 10 '13 at 21:31
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Unrealised thoughts; unthoughtful acts - both fail.

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The author of this proverb failed, because he or she didn't recognize the third class of failure: those who do not think and do not act.

This logical simplification lets us say it in fewer than six words, such as: "thought plus action prevent failure", or the imperative "think and act, or fail".

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