Wednesday, November 30, 2011


1.   Respect the other person's point of view, whether or not you agree with it. Recognize that if you had their history, their circumstances, and the forces that play on them, you would likely have their point of view.

2.   Consider life a privilege, all of it, even the parts that are difficult or seem a waste of time.

3.   Give up the islands that reinforce mediocrity, the safe places where we gossip and complain to one another, where we are petty.

4.   Take a chance. Be willing to put your reputation on the line; have something at stake.

5.   Work for satisfaction rather than for credit.

6.   Keep your word. there will be times when the circumstances of life will make you forget who you are and what you're about. That is when you need to be committed to keeping your word, making what you say count.

                                                                      --- Werner Erhard, from
                                                                      Being Ready for the Rest of Your Life

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