Thursday, April 23, 2009


Those nations, families and individuals who don’t learn from their experiences are undeniably destined to repeat the positive and not so positive over and over. Ultimately, the negative corrodes the positive and destroys it.

Those who do learn are destined to grow stronger and healthier, creating positive cycles instead of vicious ones.

I once asked Jim Moran if he could share any secrets to his unique and multiple successes. He responded, “I have made many mistakes, Bill, but I have only made them once.” Clearly he practiced learning from his experiences which is why his motto was, “The future belongs to those who prepare for it.”

Now is an important time for us to prepare for the future by learning from our past experiences. Adaptation and change are the byproducts of learning that allow us personal growth and recovery from any challenge we face.

Bye For Now,


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  1. It is great to know this community service resource is available. In challenging times it is helpful to know that there are ways to cope and move forward with a supportive arm just around the corner.

  2. I hit the reset button after reading this blog entry! (Hopefully, I will only have to do this once)