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If Plan A doesn't work, the alphabet has 25 more letters.
-- Claire Cook


Monday, August 10, 1998

Do anything

You can do just about anything. Think about that. Consider the extraordinary capabilities which come from simply being alive. Then add the vast amount of knowledge and the powerful technology at your disposal. The possibilities are virtually endless for a positive, creative, fulfilling life.

When you’re faced with a challenging problem or difficult situation, keep in mind that you can do almost anything, and that you have a world full of resources available to you. Avoid focusing too much on the problem itself, because that will limit your perspective. Make an effort to consider the nearly limitless possibilities available to you.

Always keep in mind that your very nature is to be flexible, creative and effective. Just being alive and able to think for yourself, gives you incredible capabilities. Make the most of them. Remember, you can do almost anything.

— Ralph Marston

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