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Many expressions are very thoughtful: here’s a few for you.
"Efficiency is doing things right. Effectiveness is doing the right things."
There are many times in life, where it becomes tempting to be what is called complacent, or to engage in what is called complacency. In other words, you may be efficient at what it is that you do, but are you really effective when you do it? Being efficient is not automatically the same thing as being effective.
Ideally, a person should always try to be effective while being efficient.
"Where you start is not as important as where you finish."
This expression basically argues that since a person must always begin or start somewhere, exactly where this beginning point is, it doesn’t really matter.
Instead, the focus is on achieving, or what is called the end result. Another variation of this expression is: "It doesn’t matter where you started, what matters is where you ultimately end up."
"Every man mistakes the limits of his own vision, for the limits of the world."
This expression means that just because your opinions exist, this does not automatically mean that the world shares your opinions, or agrees with you.
It could be that you are right, or it could be that you are wrong. The idea here is not to project your "reality" onto others or onto the world.
If you do this, you run the risk of being wrong, or making mistakes or assumptions which are not true.
Jokes of the Day: Cowboy Wisdom
Here is some more of that "infinite cowboy wisdom" everyone just loves so much:
3. Don’t ever name a pig that you intend to eventually eat.
4. Only cows know why it is, that they stampede.
5. The easiest way to eat crow is while it is still warm. The colder it gets, the harder it is to swallow.
6. If you make it a point to forgive your enemies, you’ll drive them all crazy.
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