The Past Beckons

I think about the past a lot. Who doesn’t? Of course, like most people I cherish the great memories. And then there are the difficult ones. There’s nothing I can do to change them (Boy, that LIVESTRONG tattoo sure seems like a bad idea now). Few things can amend unresolved issues with others. The only thing the complete past — good and bad — offers is experience. Experience to draw upon, contemplate, and possibly use to become wiser and evolve as a human being. This is true for both business and personal life. Yet, dwelling on the past for too long is one of the most unproductive exercises one can engage in. Geoff Livingston on Google+

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