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  • James Noellert

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This isn't your first rodeo. Having been here many times before, it's looking either good or bad, depending on how you decide to spin it. In many ways, you have good reason to be ticked off by the fact that you're back at square one. If that is the case, try to see that things keep repeating until we get the picture, and do your best to look at what it gets you. Those of you who have learned how to take the good with the bad, and who are willing to bow to the lesson are reaping the benefits that come to us when we finally wise up, and feeling empowered by this experience.



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