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We have committed the Golden Rule to memory; let us now commit it to life.
-- Edwin Markham
 

 

Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Start something new

Just because you’ve never done it, doesn’t mean you can’t. Though it may be new and different, it is still within your reach.

For you can learn, you can adapt, you can improve and then improve some more. Start something new, commit to it, and you might be amazed at how far you can go.

Each new skill you master makes your existing skills and knowledge more valuable and more useful. Thus the relatively small amount of effort it takes to learn something new can end up paying off in a big way.

Start something new, and your level of confidence can increase dramatically. Start something new, and you experience a whole new, interesting, exciting corner of the world.

Yes, it takes some initiative on your part to get started on something new. Once you get going, though, your energy level will increase to more than meet the demand.

Start something new in your life. The richness you’ll gain is well worth the effort.

— Ralph Marston

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