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Back on the Horse

You may have noticed I skipped a couple days this week.

I could throw lots of excuses at you.   Maybe my excuse could be my son’s birthday, the summer air, whatever.

It used to be that when I would let myself down I would spend the next month yelling at myself and giving myself a hard time. I wanted to be perfect and I had failed.

But one of the best lessons I have learned is that it isn’t whether we fail or not. We are going to fail.

We will not make the standard at times. We will let people down at times. That’s the way it will be.

The question is “how fast can you get back up?”

The question in life will never be avoiding failure. The question will always be how quickly you can let it go and keep moving.

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