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The entrepreneur always searches for change, responds to it, and exploits it as an opportunity.
-- Peter Drucker
 

 

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Venture out

Can you find it within yourself to appreciate and even enjoy what you do not like? By so doing, you will experience a sense of acceptance, peace and power.

Can you learn to be understanding and patient when you have been angered, frustrated, or inconvenienced? Do so, and you’ll discover a highly effective way to move forward no matter what.

Are you able to respect and explore an opinion or perspective with which you disagree? That can add real strength and conviction to your own perspective.

Life’s richness does not come from just staying with what is familiar, comfortable and pleasurable. It is when you venture out, away from the familiar, that you grow stronger and more capable.

Hold tightly to your core values while at the same time opening your mind and your heart to new thoughts, feelings and experiences. Your own perspective will grow stronger when you look at it from other perspectives.

Find ways to provide a healthy challenge for your understanding of life. And you’ll learn to understand, to discover and to experience so very much more.

— Ralph Marston

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