Failure is not a single, cataclysmic event. You don’t fail overnight. Instead, failure is a few errors in judgment, repeated every day.
Average people look for ways of getting away with it; successful people look for ways of getting on with it.
Reproduced with permission from the Jim Rohn Weekly E-zine – http://www.jimrohn.com
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Oh, boy. Too, too true!
When there is a problem, too many people would rather be right about what they have been doing (which is what caused the difficulties) than get busy seeking a solution.
Nothing is “right” forever. If it were, the buggy whip dealers would still be in business!
Remember, they always keep moving the cheese! (As much as we may wish they would just leave it alone!)