“Take back your right to be yourself and get up from the chair of the defendant.” -Vadim Zeland, Reality Transurfing Book I You vowed to exercise at least three times this week and you failed. You set a goal to blog every day for a week straight and you missed a day. You promised yourself you’d… Continue reading Rise Up From Your Chair of Self-Condemnation
A second apology undermines the firmness of the first. Say it once like you really mean it and let your actions do the reiterating. The quiet resolve to learn from one’s mistakes carries more weight than a million “I’m sorry’s.” Transform “I was wrong” into “I’m working on it.” Less words. More change.