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Principle Michelle

When you reflect on your day, do you do it as a means of remembering something important, refining something that didn’t go well, or robbing yourself of joyous things that happened because your day wasn’t perfect? I attended two leadership conferences this week, and they both had a lot to offer. I even tweeted some of my take-aways today.

Of all the great talking points I heard today, one negative point just stuck with me all day. One presenter obsessed about being perfect, doing things perfectly, being a perfectionist. It nearly drove me batty as I tried to forget what I had just heard. At that point, he completely lost me. It would’ve been rude to walk out, so I zoned out instead and thought about all the good that had occurred in my day ’til that point.

Choose to dwell on something good. ~ Joel Osteen

So, I sat…

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“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.”  ~ John F. Kennedy

 

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