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|SEPTEMBER. 4. Convictions. and. Assumptions. “You must stick to your |
convictions, but be ready to abandon your assumptions.” – Denis Waitley As a
leader your convictions will serve you well when they are clear to you. But make
sure that ...
|uncovering a faulty assumption in my thinking is much less traumatic than |
admittingto a faulty belief! As we continue to think about unresolved ... You must
stick to your conviction,but be ready to abandon your assumptions. ~ Denis
|It is the essence of work which makes you tired. • Work teaches how to work. ... |
You must learn from your past mistakes, but not lean on your past success. • You
must stick to your conviction, but be ready to abandon your assumptions.
|teaches you those lessons. Hey, if business was easy, everybody would be doing |
it! Look around you. They're not. Doesn't that tell you something? “You must stick
to your conviction, but be ready to abandon your assumptions.” Denis Waitley ...
|Waitley, Denis You must be worthy of the best, but not more worthy than the rest. - |
Waitley, Denis Listen to the desires of your children. Encourage ... Waitley, Denis
You must stick to your conviction, but be ready to abandon your assumptions.
|There were still lessons to learn and consequences for the truth!|
|But it is a childish attitude to say no to life with all its pain, to say that this is |
something that should not have been. ... and peak performance expert, poses this
enigma: you must stick to your conviction, but be ready to abandon your
|- Vermeil, Dick You must stick to your conviction, but be ready to abandon your |
assumptions. - Waitley, Denis My satisfaction comes from my commitment to
advancing a better world. - Wattleton., Faye Never let a day pass that you will
|lenge our assumptions, think outside previous boundaries, and take constant |
risks. In short, they require us to unhook our prejudices. You must stick to your
convictions, but be ready to abandon your assumptions. A prejudice is a
judgment or ...
|This is Book 1 of the Fairhope series. While each book can be read as a stand-alone, some characters, interactions, and events will be more meaningful if you follow this series from the beginning.|