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Everyone is in full swing for all the holiday festivities.  That's wonderful.
This message is about failure, success and gratitude. I think back about
the wonderful successes I've had throughout my life.  And I also think about the failures.
The failures are the events that boosted me to do greater things.  I didn't always think of failures in this way.
When you find a good personal development program, you learn that failures are actually good.  Failures tug
and push and make a person better and stronger.
It's too easy to become complacent when everything is a success.  How many people think they've reached success,
become complacent, and lose ground or maybe lose everything?
Awe, and then gratitude.  I am so grateful for all the little failures and successes.  I am grateful to the people I surround
myself with.  They are my mentors and my friends.  I am grateful for my family, even in rough times.  Family is forever.
I am grateful for so many people who put their trust in me and my firm.
I wish you a very joyous holiday season and much success in the New Year!   And I challenge you to work daily on your
self development program.

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