“…Men’s lives may depend upon a comma.”

—Justice William Johnson in U.S. v. Palmer (1818)

Monday, June 27, 2011


To move on to greater things, it’s important to look back and take stock of what you’ve done, what you failed to accomplish, and what you could have done to achieve better results. We often take this for granted and rush into things, sometimes even forcing people to conform to what we want. But looking back requires alone time and patience. This we fail to see when we’re on the verge of what we think is a breakthrough in our career or personal life.

Does this make sense to you?