Wednesday, March 01, 2017
Too often, we are autocrats when we should seek the opinions of others and then we are pliable when we should be strictly executing the elements of a plan.
Too often, we withdraw from society when faced with pressing questions and yet that is precisely the moment when we need to engage with others and benefit from their perspectives.
Too often, we turn perfection from a worthy goal into a paralyzing potion.
Too often, we spend massive amounts of time wondering what the world is doing to us when those hours would be better spent considering what we are doing to ourselves.
Problems are often accompanied by "too often."
Posted by Michael Wade at 4:00 AM