Friday, December 16, 2011

Truisms: They're Back.

To climb requires that you let go of part of the ladder.
Offense and Understanding can't share the same address.
The people we least understand are the one we learn the most from.
It's impossible to climb when you're looking down.
The most obvious details are the most easily missed.
The road to success uses failures as the cobblestones.
Better to underrate yourself and move up than overrate and fall down.
Embracing your comfort zone is the easiest way to fail.
The person you're fighting with is still a person.
Gaining the upper hand is far less important than taking the higher road.
Skinned knees and bruised egos both hurt, but neither one should cause permanent injury.

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