Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Notations From the Grid (Weekly Edition): "No One Ever Became Poor by Giving."


"It was his fault he had been exiled, and he was a flawed man in many ways, but still, it’s impressive how Napoleon chose alive time. Those ten months were as productive as some people’s entire lives. He chose to make the most of them. He chose to show up for them. He chose to do good where he could.

No one knows what the next few months will hold, no one knows what strange, undesirable situation you may find yourself a decade from now. What counts, what you control, is what you manage to accomplish within it. What counts is how you respond, what counts is that you show up and live it."

—from "What Have You Managed to Get Done?"

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