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Sunday, April 15, 2012

Everyone Has An Opinion

Taking stock of what you say can be more important than taking inventory of what you have.  Are you replaying the broken record over and over in your mind? Where are you getting your information? Haven’t you heard? You shouldn’t believe half of what you think.
You should also only believe half of what you see and almost none of what you hear. Everyone has an opinion.  The problem is everyones judgments are based on their own lack of experience.  Most people are very knowledgable in one area. They went to school on a subject or they took a job right out of college and they became an expert at whatever their job description was.
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