“Acting upon what we know to be true in the absence of really seeing it physically precisely matches the definition of faith. ...
But, understand faith requires the possibility of doubt. In the absence of really good reasons to doubt, we do not need faith. In other words, faith and doubt are not polar opposites. Rather, doubt constitutes the necessary precondition for faith.
It is only in an atmosphere full of doubt, faith can really thrive and grow.”
~ Chris L. Carter
“The most effective leaders I know are all relearners.
You have learners, unlearners, and relearners.
Most folks stop at learning. A fraction go on to unlearn what they learned, but stop there. This isn't an actual improvement until they start relearning.”
“We often make career choices by looking at what’s right in front of us. We prepare for the next move, not the five moves beyond that.
This is ok early on when we have less conviction over who we are, what we’re good at, and what we like. But each move should bring us more clarity, helping us head in a direction aligned with where we want to be long-term.
It’s always worth trading money I have today for something I would regret at the end of my life.
Risks only get harder to take later in life. It’s an exorbitant privilege being able to chase upside rather than guard against downside.”
ONE: Don't miss the boat.
TWO: Remember that we are all in the same boat.
THREE: Plan ahead. It wasn't raining when Noah started building the Ark.
FOUR: Stay fit. When you're 60 years old, someone may ask you to do something really big.
FIVE: Don't listen to critics; just get on with the job that needs to be done.
SIX: Build your future on high ground.
SEVEN: For safety's sake, travel in pairs.
EIGHT: Speed isn't always an advantage. The snails were on board with the cheetahs.
NINE: When you're stressed, float awhile.
TEN: Remember, the Ark was built by amateurs; the Titanic by professionals.
I do not know who wrote this. It was forwarded to me by a friend.