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Seth Godin

Everything worth doing has a hard part. If it didn’t, it would have been done already.

Bingo.

You can't get more obvious than that.

Of course, the real fun begins when you start to work on the hard part.

Seth Godin

Everything worth doing has a hard part. If it didn’t, it would have been done already.

Bingo.

You can't get more obvious than that.

Of course, the real fun begins when you start to work on the hard part.

Mitch McConnell

Speaker Pelosi’s much-publicized efforts to restrain her far-left conference have finally crumbled. House Democrats cannot help themselves. Instead of working together across party lines on legislation to help American families and strengthen our nation, they will descend even deeper into their obsession with relitigating 2016.

From the guy who spent the entirety of President Obama's terms trying to derail any policy the Democrats put forward.

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There's no way to spin this to mean anything other than what it says

We have to be very careful. Everyone needs totally proper documentation because the Bahamas had some tremendous problems with people going to the Bahamas who weren’t supposed to be there.

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These guys have all convinced themselves that to be successful and keep their jobs, they need to stand by Trump. But Trump won’t stand with them as soon as he doesn’t need them. He’s not loyal. They’re very loyal to Trump, but the second he thinks it’s to his advantage to throw someone under the bus, he’ll be happy to do it.

Rep. Justin Amazh (I-M)

"Who hasn’t had the impulse to put their life on hold for a moment, just vanish completely?"

- Howard (Bryan Cranston), Wakefield (2016)

Seth Godin

It’s entirely possible that acting
as if
would actually create the very outcome you’re hoping for.

Maybe it's time for me to start pretending.

This is very true.

To see takes time, like to have a friend takes time.

  • Georgia O'Keeffe

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From The Economist Espresso:

"Addictions embody repetition without progress. They produce incapacity as a payoff." 
— Steven Pressfield