Posts Tagged ‘Success’

So It’s A Pretty Big Part And Definitely THE Place To Start

April 19, 2022

While opinions differ on exactly how much of success is simply “showing up,” if you don’t show up, you can’t succeed.

Because Stories About Failing Aren’t Nearly As Popular

January 12, 2022

Arguably the worst misconception fiction gives us is the misconception that “taking the chance” is the same thing as succeeding.

That’s Just The Way It Is, And That’s Okay

August 19, 2021

While some may believe otherwise, none of us have total control over events in our lives. While you can heavily slant the odds in your favor, there is nothing you can do to guarantee that you’ll have a good harvest.

But there’s a lot of things you can do to guarantee that you won’t.

I Feel Bad For The Dogs, But Better About Myself

July 23, 2019

The other day I read that search and rescue dogs have been known to become depressed when they fail to find people¬†even if there are no people to find and their “failure” is no fault of theirs.

Somehow the world made a little more sense to me after learning that.

Because There’s Probably Something, Even If It’s Only “I Should Have Tried A Different Approach”

April 7, 2017

When you’re presenting¬†people with a list of reasons why you didn’t succeed at something, you should probably include at least one thing that you could have done differently that would have made a difference.

This Is Why I Don’t Jump Out Of Planes Capable Of Safe Landings

December 3, 2013

If at first you don’t succeed . . . so much for skydiving.

Henny Youngman