From the Voice of Accomplishment

April 4, 2022 pwm1

In the end, when it’s over, all that matters is what you’ve done.

—Alexander the Great (Image licensed by Penn Wealth)
Alexander The Great at Thessaloniki City, Greece

We can fret and even agonize over whether we will reach our objectives, or we can focus on taking the actions required to get us there—we cannot simultaneously do both. Move forward with confidence, and celebrate each proactive achievement, no matter how small the victory may appear. The beautiful mosaic of life consists of small, seemingly insignificant tiles. 

—Mike Hazell

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