Change won’t happen, if we’re neophobic.

“It was a new day yesterday, but it is an old day now.”
(Jethro Tull, rock band)

“Success obsoletes the very behavior that achieved it.”
(Peter Drucker, management consultant and educator)

“Everyone thinks of changing the world,
but no one thinks of changing himself.”
(Leo Tolstoi, novelist and playwright)

What are habits, if not yesterday determining our future?

Isn’t “it’s always been this way” impossible in a world in which everything has a shelf life?

The time to act is now. Procrastination is no solution, it never has been.

Deciding not to decide doesn’t mean we’re decision makers.

“As human beings, our greatness lies not so much in
being able to remake the world – that is the myth of the
Atomic Age – as in being able to remake ourselves.”
(Mahatma Gandhi, leader)

Be pragmatic: Better and end with horror, than horror without an end.

“Yes, we can” is good.

“Yes, we must” is better.

“Yes, we did” is best.

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