Happy New Year (again)

Very Large Array in New Mexico, US
Very Large Array in New Mexico, US

 

It’s the 42nd day of 2013 but in Korea (and China) we celebrate new years twice. It’s called the Chinese New Year or Lunar New Year because they follow the lunisolar calendar. Yeah it’s confusing, but there is an advantage to celebrating new years twice. It’s to remind ourselves the new year’s resolutions that we’ve already forgotten.

So here are some verbal slaps to get you going again through this year.

Success in business and in life isn’t about eliminating risks, it’s about managing them.”

You miss 100% of the shots you never take.”

Action expresses priorities.

And once in a while, take a break or a road trip and look up.


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