Thriving on doing things that might fail.
That’s another way of saying that i thrive on doing things others think are wrong or better left to be done the traditional way.
Saying it won’t work is like pouring gasoline on my fire.
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(Photo: prioritizing becomes more important when there’s limited time)
There’s a price to pay for being decently organized with our stuff and with our priorities…
Mostly, it’s wishing we could manage the perception others have of how good and easy your life is.
If they only knew…
Would they apologize for being so off target?
Sometimes, the road ahead is surprisingly treacherous…
Life’s big choices. What are the odds of being organized for the wrong ones? The toughest challenges appear unannounced. Catching us off guard. Remain patient. And keep moving forward.