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October 18, 2011



View Your Life with Kindsight.

Stop Beating Yourself Up
About Things from Your Past.

Instead of Slapping Your Forehead and Asking:

"What Was I Thinking?"

Breathe and Ask Yourself the Kinder Question:

"What Was I Learning?"

~Karen Salmansohn~


I saw this poignant message on Facebook last week and it caused me to pause and reflect. I hope it does the same for you.


While you may freely express compassion and acceptance of family, friends and coworkers, do you offer that same grace to yourself?  Success/Failure Sign


When we look at our life with "kindsight," we forgive our perceived mistakes or failures and appreciate the lessons that come with them. By doing so, we accelerate the process that leads to our success.


What in your life can you view with kindsight? Share your wisdom on my Facebook Page or reply back to me. I love hearing from you!



To Your Wisdom,


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