BEST of PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, December 5th, 2012 by Stuart Wilde in SILENT POWER

“Try not to lean into the future by talking or thinking about it constantly.  Instead, take time each day to make the “now” special, honoring what you do have and what you have achieved. Avoid what I call plan-itis. Endlessly making plans and talking about them – “one day, someday” – trashes your power and gets you nowhere – no results and no action.”

                       Stuart Wilde, in “Silent Power”

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