I haven’t been here for awhile and while I’ve been busy (actually, very busy) I couldn’t resist the following message:

WISHFUL THINKING IS NOT A RECOMMENDED RISK MITIGATION STRATEGY

Think about it!

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4 Comments

  1. Nice post,

    Hope is not a Strategy

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  2. Norman Vincent Peale aside, the power of positive thinking is that it can encourage taking appropriate risks, acting on opportunities, and working for continuous progress. Hope isn’t a strategy, but hopelessness sure puts a damper on our productivity.

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  3. Aha! You are back, great to see the post and know you are still stirring up troubling alternatives.

    Example: I confuse others when I remind them: hope is not a strategy.

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