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Saturday, April 28, 2012

You are not the mistakes you have made; You are the lessons you have learned says Chris Cook




 'Experience is the toughest teacher because she gives the test first, and then the lesson.' Unknown 


Good Enough to Steal

When I read Chris Cook's  blog post-- 'You are not the mistakes you have made; You are the lessons you have learned'-- I wanted to steal it.  I know, not very ethical--but there you have it--the truth. This short post on her website, Capiche, is brilliant and simple.

Don't Steal it--Apply it

Okay, so to to help me stay in integrity and also give you something to think about I am providing you a link to Capiche so you can learn about the four stages of learning any new skill. Take a peek, think about it, and apply it.

Chris Cook, currently training to be a certified coach at the Coaches Training Institute, specializes in the science of happiness,and promotes the development of psychological capital to help individuals and businesses achieve their potential.




'What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters, compared to what lies within us.'  Ralph Waldo Emerson



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