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/ Anthony Robbins (Free Press)
■Chapter 21: Living Excellence:
―The Human Challenge(p.404-414)
"Ｍan is not the sum of what he has
but the totality of what he does not yet have,
of what he might have."
- Jean Paul Sartre
Life has a processional effect. Changes lead to more changes.
Growth leads more growth. By starting to make changes,
by growing in bits and pieces, you can slowly but steadily
change your life. Like the rock thrown into the still pond,
you create ripples that grow larger in the future.
It's often the littlest thing, viewed over time,
that makes the biggest difference.
If you're alive, you're on some team. It can be your family,
your relationship, your business, your city, your country,
your world. You can sit on the bench and watch, or you can
get up and play. My advice to you is to be a player.
Join the hunt. Share your world. Because the more you give,
the more you get; the more you use the skills in this book
for yourself and others, the more they'll bring back to you.
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