Leadership Tip for the Week: Each day, and each new year offer us a fresh beginning. Don’t allow past failures or frustrations to defeat you. You are not too old, or too poor to start again, or start something new. Anna Mary Robertson “Grandma” Moses, did not start painting until she was 76 years old, after her arthritis made it too hard for her to hold an embroidery needle. After a 70-year gap, Leo Plass at age 99 finally completed his college degree and received his diploma from Eastern Oregon University. What can you begin again? ~ Greg L Thomas

Quotation attributed to:

Gautama Buddha: An ascetic and spiritual teacher of South Asia

“No matter how hard the past, you can always begin again.”

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