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Lessons from ‘The Bachelor’


03/08/10 – 6,841 Steps

Day 8

Good morning Mintdom,

Many of you know that I like watching the show, The Bachelor. Last night I watched the wedding of Molly and Jason. Maybe some of you remember that Jason became one of the most hated bachelors in America when he broke up with the bachelorette on National TV, and chose the runner up, Molly. I am sure that it all seems trivial to many and in the scheme of the world, it is, but this is what I gleaned from that situation:

Jason admitted that he made a mistake, and even though he hurt someone; it would have been a bigger hurt had he married the wrong person.

After admitting the mistake, Jason set about correcting the mistake immediately.

Jason stayed true to himself even through adversity.

Jason was strong and his reward is that he married the woman he loved. It showed me that if I am true to myself and what I believe in, I will be Ok and that I can accomplish whatever I set my mind to through difficult times, disappointments, and even adversity – you can too.

 “He who believes is strong; he who doubts is weak. Strong convictions precede great actions.” ~ Louisa May Alcott ~

 I know that I have sent you this song before, but it is applicable today; it is worth another listen, and it is a good song to start your day. I seem to be into nostalgia these days! LOL! http://bit.ly/OopsThereGoes

 AffirMINTion: I can do whatever I believe that I can do!

 Make it a GREAT day, IF you choose to.

 What are you waiting for?

 Life is good!

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