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June 19, 2012

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MONEYCHILLS

I have been successful in so many aspects of life and have accomplished much. I know that I could do so much more if I want to, but for the most part I find myself thinking ‘I don’t want to”.
I put it down to thoroughly enjoying the journey of life, and not fixating on one destination. I want to (and have) experienced so much that I resist pursuing one goal with any passion or enthusiasm. Living MY life is my passion, and perhaps that is where I am most successful.

http://life-is-what-u-make-of-it.blogspot.ca/

Terry Byrne

The answer to creating more business opportunities is failure: If you can fail to supply something often enough, there will always be enough business opportunities to go around for everybody to get involved in.

plumbing

Failure is not always bad, painful and and ugly. Sometimes we need to fail before we become successful. The important is we learned from this failure that will lead us to be a better person. If we fail always think positive.

How-To-Be-Happy-Again

I like this "negative" approach to success. I think it's catching on. Great article.

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