We’ve all seen it—as the years pile on, a lot of people use their experience and knowledge to become more and more reactive, paralyzed by anything that appears to be the least bit strange, unable to take risks or act with audacity.  That’s their choice and it’s neither good nor bad.  Personally, however, I prefer using the knowledge I’ve gained to become PROACTIVE, and if I have to react, use all my mental tools to defeat or mitigate adversity so I can retake the initiative, and keep attempting to propagate positive results.


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    • Indeed! The way to keep the dragon small is to keep going into its cave and continue slaying it. But I get it—it’s not fun sometimes, especially if you haven’t been doing it on a regular basis and the dragon’s gotten huge.

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