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Stuck On If

April 18, 2012

How many of those If moments are spent on “my parents did/didn’t do…, or my significant other, or my……

Imagine that you are on a hike. It’s a difficult wooded trail. You fall or are pushed into a large deep hole. Will you spend precious moments kvetching and affixing blame to why and how you fell into the hole? ”Why did they push me?” or “there should have been a sign” or “someone should have covered it up”, or “someone should have told me about it”…..” Or would you just figure out how to get out as quickly as possible and continue the hike to your destination?

 “The only thing standing between me and success is me.” – Woody Allen

“You’ll never find a better sparring partner than adversity.” — Golda Meir

“A man can fail many times, but he isn’t a failure until he begins to blame somebody else.” – John Burroughs

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