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There have  been  countless times in my life when I have had a setback or made a wrong decision or judgment and I vowed that I would never make that same mistake again, that next time I would know better and therefore I would do things differently, better.  And while at the time I was convinced  t I would hold true to my vow, it has not always played out that way.  I have repeated the same mistakes, and made the wrong decisions.  So why the disconnect between plan and action? Could be several things lack of knowledge, understanding or forethought. But, to be honest, like many women, I often think with my heart when I should think with my head. I ignore the little voice in my head, and rely on my emotions. Even when I know better.  So going forward I am going to vow to act only when my heart and head are in sync. I will do better  because I know better.

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      Vikki Hall wrote Mar 18, 2010
    • I too have done this...

      I just try to make sure that I slow down enough to recognize if everything is in sync!



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      Yana Berlin wrote Mar 18, 2010
    • I think we are all guilty of that, I know I am, however, lately I find myself evaluating a situation a lot more than I did when I was younger. Probably because if I made a mistake in my twenties I could always blame it my youth, kind of hard to do now that I’m in my forties. estatic



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      Ladybug10 wrote Mar 18, 2010
    • estatic,wow how true,and all though i feel like i could write a book about my blunders and always going with my heart you know what i think..or learned,some times the world needs us to listen to our hearts instead of always being on the defense,i mean i know that now that if i had known the way some things were going to work out the way they did than i might not have done them,but than i wouldnt be who i am so if i made a mistake,well i tryed to make it from the heart and with good intentions,and if i hadnt done those things well...than i would not be who i am...so i guess thats why they call it life...so we can learn. gosh if i keep my wits about me thru old age man am i going to keep the rest of the seniors,cracking up...heh heh



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      Marlene McCray wrote Mar 19, 2010
    • Absolutely! I certainly have been guilty of moving forward with my heart instead of my head. However, hoping to balance my mistakes and learn from them is the ultimate goal. I guess as human beings we are on a constant learning curve. Thanks for sharing!

      Marlene
      Personal Development Trainer & Compass Representative
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