Monday, April 5, 2010
Find something fascinating
Wonder, ask and imagine. Be curious, inquisitive and interested.
The best possibilities won’t usually shout out to announce themselves. Yet those valuable possibilities can be quickly uncovered with a little curious digging.
Ask yourself why, and ask yourself why not. Think about what is, and then wonder about what if.
In life’s joys, in the problems, in the pleasures and in the disappointments, there are the seeds of innovation and progress. Take the time to look and to wonder, and you’ll see great new value that’s waiting to be created.
In even the most tedious situations, there are fascinating details. And in those details reside countless opportunities.
Find something truly fascinating about where you are. And you’ll find a new, effective pathway to wherever you wish to go.
Ralph MarstonMake it true Honor this day
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