“Factoring in commuting time and the additional labor of managing a household without a stay-at-home spouse, Americans have never been so busy, nor simplicity so elusive.” David Yount

Attributed to Mark Twain “…work consists of whatever a body is obliged to do, and play consists of whatever a body is not obliged to do.” David Yount 
“Work is for man, not man for work.” David Yount

“Your purpose in life may be exemplified in the context of your work or in your attitude rather than in the job itself.” David Yount
”Unfortunately we so identify ourselves (and value ourselves) by our daily routines that we feel uneasy with any break
in them.” David Yount
“Avoidance of risk is the greatest risk of all.” Henry Cloud
“Successful people do not hang on to bad stuff for long.” Henry Cloud

Listen to your heart’s desire (dig it up), eliminate negative forces (pull the tooth), choose the future by acting well in the present (play the movie, e.g., where will this take me?), take action and responsibility (do something!), take small steps to victory (act like an ant), hate the right things in the right way (hate well), give back better than you are given(don’t play fair), don’t have a need to be more than you are (be humble), don’t make decisions based on fear of others’ reactions (upset the right people).  Great ideas from 9 Things You Simply MUST DO by Henry Cloud

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