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Who Told You It Couldn’t Be Done?

And why are you listening to that person?

Photo by Jerry D Clement; used with permission

I don’t keep score of my successes and failures, but when I look back at my life, I know I’ve had far more wins than losses.

The main reason for my track record is simple:

I don’t listen to people who tell me what I want to do can’t be done.




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