The GREATEST failure is not to try. The smallest success knows this to be TRUE.
You can’t erase a mistake, but you can learn and grow from it, which is kind of the same thing.
To ignore the truth is to GROW the problem. To face the truth is to KNOW the problem and GROW from what it can teach you.
Don’t give a flip about a flop that tempts you to stop a good thing. Do a flip-flop on the flop and if it works, don’t stop.
The step that succeeds is often revealed by the one that doesn’t. Watch your steps.
The last-minute works but only if it takes a minute to make it work. Otherwise, it may cost you the works. Ouch. Do it now.
‘What could be’ is a much better friend than ‘What could have been.’ It’s not too late to be friends with ‘What could be.’
Be prepared before you go and you won’t be scared when you arrive or scarred when you leave.
The Comeback Formula: Get up. Get the lesson. Get on to the JOY of Success with what you learned. You’re BACK. Even BETTER. YAY.
The scramble to be prepared beats the gamble of being unprepared and paranoid. Start early. No gamble. No scramble. Just Ready!
Learn quickly from setbacks to lengthen your stride to go forward. But wait, there’s more. Setbacks won’t set you back as long.
The difference between accepting what you can’t change and giving up? Accepting frees you faster to change what you can. Do it.