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Every creator painfully experiences the chasm between his inner vision and its ultimate expression.
-- Isaac Bashevis Singer


Friday, May 29, 1998

Remember the winning you

What do you remember about yesterday? Do you remember the problems and disappointments, or do you remember the progress and the achievements? What do you remember about last month, or last year, or ten years ago?

What’s happened has happened. There is nothing you can do about it. Yet your imagination is yours to control as you wish. You can remember exactly what you choose to remember, in exactly the way you want to remember it.

When you remember mostly the good things, you build an image of yourself as an achiever and a winner. Importantly, that self image has a profound effect on your future actions, and on the results you get. Remember your past as a winner, and you’ll act like a winner.

In your mind, treasure the good things in your past, and their memory will brighten your future.

— Ralph Marston

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