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The Absolute Key to Failure

By on August 28, 2013

We all have tough days and face uncertain times but I suppose we can never lose sight of the fact no matter how hard we try to do a good job at least half the people are not going to like it. Listen to your heart.

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  1. Chad

    August 29, 2013 at 10:09 am

    Great quick tip…thanks for sharing! As soon as you please “Crowd A”, you will upset “Crowd B”. So you might as well stick to your own morals and integrity by doing what you think is right. You’ll only please have the crowd however you act, so you might as well be able to live with yourself!

    Chad
    http://www.MakingFinancesSimple.com

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