Time is not on Gaddafi's side. People ask about the exit strategy. It's Colonel Gaddafi who needs an exit strategy because this pressure will only mount and it will be intensified over the coming days and weeks.
Here's a thought to help ease the stress: "Good enough is the new perfect.
It is time to euthanize change management.
Whatever you believe, with feeling, becomes your reality.
When aspirations are perceived to be achievable, ambition and drive can erase excuses.
Value the effort you put forward. Be determined, committed, and involved.
If you are afraid to fail, your successes will be few, common, and unmemorable.
Excuses fall silent behind self-control, focus, and direction.
Set aside your repertoire of objections and own 100 percent of your focus.
Keep an open mind and know that you can always learn more.
People aspire, learn, and grow when they are ready to commit to the process.
Let your passion in life be as conspicuous as the devilish grin on your face.
It’s not the win that matters so much as recognizing and respecting its value.
Literature enables us to see our world and ourselves more clearly, to understand our lives more fully.
Challenges in life always seek leaders and leaders seek challenges.
We are given talent but we choose to have character.
We largely become what we have observed and respected.
God loves to say yes to the prayers that echo His heart.
I never had a strategy about my life. I didn't have enough information to have a strategy. I'm the first person in my family to go to college. I had no family mentors.
Christmas is a clandestinely ingenious script that outlines a plan to reclaim mankind through a strategy unimagined and unimaginable. This strategy involved God writing His own death into the script.
The realization of a sustainable economic development strategy for Maine's Native American communities has always been a priority and a critical element of my administration's overall economic development strategy.