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July 31, 2007


The other quote that comes to mind here is, "Judgment comes from experience, experience comes from bad judgment". Over the last 17 years I've seen a lot of the nonsense you talk about above. While I continue to learn, I've made some decisions in life that reflect your post above. Life isn't a dress rehearsal, it's the real deal, and while learning to treat those two imposter's (success and failure) just the same, it makes no sense to me to work alongside people who are not aligned to a common goal.

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