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A couple of things come to mind after reading your article. First, with all of the economic uncertainty, live within your means. Don't spend more than you make. Second, try living one day at a time. Enjoy each day. If you think too far in the future, you'll have too much on your mind and won't enjoy "now".

Hello Regenia and all,

Regenia, I really like your comments and agree with both of them. Thank you for sharing your wisdom and thoughts with us.

For myself, I need to practice not to dwell on future events that may, or may not happen and live in the present, like you stated.

I believe this attitude is especially critical for some situations during uncertainty and instability. During these times we need to stay focused, alert and reduce stress to minimize costly mistakes that are magnified many times over that can make our own situation, and those around us worse. I will certainly have my long term personal and professional goals and dreams in my future plan, as I go through life with optimism and humble self confidence.

Does anyone have any lessons learned? Any stories of successes, or challenges we can learn from? We look forward to hearing from you!

Bill Tipton
Contributing Author
Global Dialogue Center

http://www.globaldialoguecenter.com/

Very good article.
We hope the economy will improve this year.

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