Examples of Aim High
When you have nothing, aim low; when you get somewhere, aim high.
Aim high, and you won't shoot your foot off.
Aim high in your career but stay humble in your heart.
In the long run, you hit only what you aim at: Therefore aim high.
(Henry David Thoreau)
BNP Paribas might not aim high, but it tends to hit the target.
(The Wall Street Journal - Markets News, )
Rhona McLeod takes to the water with Olympic silver medallist Luke Patience and hears what inspired him to aim high in sailing.
(BBC Sport, )
Every company should take a stand in the world and aim high to seriously address the causes that matter most to their leaders and employees.
(Forbes - Entrepreneurs, )
Five-time Olympic gold medallist Sir Steve Redgrave says England must aim high at the Commonwealth Games because of the levels of recent funding.
(BBC Sport, )
Contestants tend to aim high for a shot to win the $1 million prize, but in the season nine premiere, one group really makes a jump for the money.
(NBC News Entertainment, )
People who succeed in business all share several characteristics: they work hard, aim high, study their industry and emulate those who are further up the ladder.
(Forbes - Business, )
Bitter Europhiles have set their faces against him and few Boris-ites will forgive him, but as Michael Gove himself has always argued, the low-born should aim high, writes Quentin Letts.
(Daily Mail - News, )
The contestants on "America's Got Talent" tend to aim high to impress the judges for a shot to win the $1 million prize, but in season one group really makes a jump for the money.In a clip that NBC is sharing first with TODAY.
(NBC Today, )
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